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Picture of the Week: No welcome for ISIS

Spoof sign sums up how ISIS should be treated by everyone everywhere

 

Shared on Facebook by Gillian Retallack, our Picture of the Week is of a spoof sign published by Bodmin News that reads: “Welcome to Cornwall. Except ISIS. You twats can f**k off!”

 

Picture of the Week: No welcome for ISIS
Terrorists are rightly not welcome in Cornwall (or anywhere else for that matter)

 

The image is accompanied rightly by the caption: “This is aimed towards the ISIS idiots not the Muslim community” and truly sums up how everyone everywhere should treat this global collective of menace makers. We must not cower in terror of this evil; we must stand firm and treat these cretins with the contempt they deserve.

 

 

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Political Correctness is alive and well, if this culprit who uploaded this image is caught and brought to justice, the justice system will lock him up, and throw away the keys. He will probably be charged for spreading hate towards fellow human beings.

  2. Well said, Chaim.

    I’d personally like all isis members to be found, have their nuts removed so they can’t rape, have their tongues removed so they can’t discuss and plot, their legs removed so they can’t run away and their arms removed so they can’t hurt anyone ever again. That’s no more barbaric than what they do and at least it wouldn’t be done to innocent people.

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