Oh, them religiouses. So tetchy about every little thing you say about them – no matter how strangely and dangerously they behave – and yet they come out with crackers like ‘gays should be killed’ and are surprised when anyone – even a former member of the EDF! – picks them up on it for sounding a little extreme.
Picture it. A local radio station, the type where they encourage ladies at home doing some light dusting and men driving motor vehicles to call in and have a bit of banter. We think there might me a nice cup of tea in a branded mug, maybe an instant coffee, certainly a crunch biscuit, lots of jingles, knitwear, perhaps even a sign that says: You don’t have to be mad to work here… but it helps. In the cheap leather swivel chair is one Abdul Qadeer Baksh, a self-styled leader of the Muslim community in Luton, a town that is so much more than a sub-standard airport!
‘At the end of the day, every moderate Muslim holds this view,’ he went on about the killing of the gays in an ideal society thing. ‘Every moderate Muslim holds these are the punishments in Islamic society.’
And there you have it, ladies and gentlemen, crazy happening right in front of your very eyes. Just one question: do you think a gay saying that in an ideal world Muslims would be killed would be walking away from the building without a police escort and a nice pair of silver handcuffs setting off the buckle of his belt?
In an ideal world, gays would be executed says this nice religious man from Luton,