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Well ok, the title to the thread is a little more dramtatic than what actually happened but it could so easily have been true. It does not say a great deal for British security when two men can release a powdery substance into a full House of Commons when the Prime Minister is at the despatch box. In light of the fact that biological attacks are a threat to this country, it is an absolute mockery of our defences that two men are able to do this.

I do have some sympathy for Fathers 4 Justice as I do feel they tend to get a raw deal out the legal system, but to demonstrate how easy it is to expose our politicians to potentially devastating substances is completely the wrong way to go about things. They've got their publicity, I hope they are happy. But not half as happy as would be terrorists will now feel as they aim to cause this country problems.

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I totally agree with Fathers for Justice but totally disagree with their methods.

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I have sympathy for everyone who could have been hurt apart from Tony Blair, he caused these problems, justice will be served on Blair and Bush, god has away of giving out justice.

Well I will leave it there.



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Very deep there Mark!

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I think most of our over cosseted politicians could do with being exposed to the public a lot more.
They live & work in cloud cuckoo land & appear to have no idea about the life of real people.

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have to admit tho that everyone in the chamber handled it pretty cooly.. blair n howard had a few words, brown didnt give a crap and prescott looked up for a ruck.. aand nice dignfied zero panic exit

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and nice dignfied zero panic exit


Which was entirely the wrong thing to do as it could have exposed many more to whatever agent contained in the powder! I know I've probably been watching too much 24 of late, but the politicians should not have left the chamber until the substance had been investigated. I notice the pr1ck who made Dr Kelly's life miserable (Thurrock MP) was giving himself lots of publicity by charging out of the chamber to 'warn others' in case it was Anthrax - well congratulations buddy, if it had been Anthrax and you were exposed then you probably just killed them too. Genius.

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duncan smith tried to make the case for everyone staying put, being ex army he was always going to be cooler in a crisis, you couldnt blame them all for ignoring him.. its not like anyone listened to him when he was head of the oppo.. plus i think the bar had opened

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So the best time for terrorists to make an attack of this type is when the bar is opening.

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I thought the houses of parliament were usually full of powdery substances anyway.

I'm surprised the oafs legged it and didn't try to snort the stuff.

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As I understans it, the powder was packed in a condom and thrown by a supporter of Fathers 4 Justice.

If the perpetrator had used a condom in the first place, he wouldn't have needed to protest !

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Was it a basic one, extra sensitive, a tickler or one of those with pimples or tentacles, I wonder?

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You know why they used a condom, to tell everyone Blair is a pr1ck.

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I thought he was just taking delivery of his new hair dye.



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I thought the powder was to cover up this minor blemish!


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So, British men are now throwing contraceptives and baking products at Prime Minister Blair. Ingenius. I had not thought of doing that before. It would certainly be easier than having to negotiate with those damn Russians for their faulty explosives.




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