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Ever heard of the word ‘no’?

Bishop Luigi Padovese

A man who murdered a Catholic priest in Turkey has had his sentence reduced from life to 15 years after saying it was ‘Gay panic, m’lud. Apples and pears, apples and pears.’

Gay panic – which isn’t even a boy band – can be used in some retarded countries to get a less stiff sentence.

Murat Alton – we tried to find a picture but there are, like, a million Murat Altons and time waits for no gay – stabbed Bishop Luigi Padovese to death after the latter suggested they start a homosexual affair, which is our favourite kind of affair.

At least he bloody asked.

Instead of saying, ‘No thanks, strictly flange over here, dear,’ Murat – who was employed by Luigi as his Rosario – decided to stab him to death.

‘I killed him because there was a reason. Why should I have killed him otherwise?’ asked Rosario, serious as a heart attack.

It is not known whether Turkey also has ‘black panic’, ‘Jew panic’ or ‘cunt panic’ in its legal constitution.

Don’t really know what a legal constitution is either but it sounded right at the time.



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  1. Turkey is islamic – what do you expect?

    It (Turkey) wants admission to the European Union. Unthinking fools might well let them in.

    At the siege of Vienna in 1683 Islam seemed poised to overrun Europe. They were pushed back from the gates in the nick of time. We are in a new phase of a very old war and this “gay panic” defense is just a small example of the sort of thinking we will let in to Europe if Turkey is ever permitted to join the EU.

    Europe and its children (the other countries of the world built up by Europeans) have a proud heritage which created the modern (Western) world and all its glories. All other advancing countries (like China and Japan) have adopted the European model for growth and change. Only in less developed nations does Islam have any influence. Allowing Turkey into the EU would undermine our heritage.

    As an Indian friend of mine says:

    “Never give a peasant too much lift”

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