Monday, May 28, 2007

ZenTiger Driving people to drink-driving

Human Rights organisations are outraged that Police have requested the power to pull motorists to the side of the road and breath test them.

Ahmed Versi, editor of G&T News, a newspaper for British Alcoholics, said that extending police powers would be "counter-productive" in the effort to improve relations with motorists and could drive some towards drink-driving if stopped in this manner.

But that's not the only way to recruit terrorists:

"Guantanamo Bay, which was an international abuse of human rights, acted as a recruiting sergeant for dissidents and alienated Muslims and alienated many other people across the world."

On the plus side, 80% of the world's terrorists are now on their way to North Korea, now that Osama Bin Laden was learned tens of thousands of people are being held in NK Gulags without proper legal grounds. Those North Koreans are toast.

Related Link: Osama to pay commission on all terrorists recruited by the UK Police Forces

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