A great man once said "Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you". Or was it
It's just lately I've been told that I'm imagining an Islamic threat when there is none. I'm "deeply prejudiced", "paranoid", "irrational" and of course the catch-all "Islamophobic".
Well if I'm all that, then what are these people? Kind, rational, sane? Must be. They're not the problem with the world, you see, I am. If only I would stop judging people as bad, none of this would happen!
This must be also be figament of the right's imagination
Jawad Akbar: "What about easy stuff where you don't need no experience and nothing and you could get a job, yeah, like for example the biggest nightclub in central London where no-one can even turn round and say "oh they were innocent" those slags dancing around?
"If you went for the social structure where every Tom, Dick and Harry goes on a Saturday night, yeah, that would be crazy."
Omar Khyam: "If you get a job in a bar, yeah, or a club, say the Ministry of Sound, what are you planning to do there then?"
Jawad Akbar: "Blow the whole thing up."
Omar Khyam: "That's what I'm saying."
Jawad Akbar: "I think the club thing you could do, but the gas would be much harder. There's people who even get in with their searching stuff but it's only bouncers that search you."
Omar Khyam: "The explosion in the clubs, yeah, that's fine, Bro, that's not a problem. The training for that is available. To get them into the Ministry of Sound really isn't difficult."
Mr Akbar asks Mr Khyam: "Bruv, you don't think this place is bugged, do you?"
Omar Khyam: "No, I don't think it's bugged Bruv."
Yeah Bruv! See these fuckers are assimilated mofo! Though obviously I must be misinterpreting what they are saying, seeing the world through prejudiced lenses, you see.
Perhaps somebody could translate? Perhaps they are just using code language, bruv, like when they say "blow the place up", what they mean is like totally go mental and dance and stuff?
Mr Akbar, Mr Khyamand his brother Shujah Mahmood, 19, and Waheed Mahmood, 34, both of Crawley, Salahuddin Amin, 31, of Luton, Beds, Anthony Garcia, 23, of Ilford, east London, and Nabeel Hussain, 21, of Horley, Surrey, deny conspiring to cause explosions likely to endanger life between 1 January, 2003 and 31 March, 2004.
Mr Khyam, Mr Garcia and Mr Hussain also deny a charge under the Terrorism Act of possessing 600kg (1,300lb) of ammonium nitrate fertiliser for terrorism.
Mr Khyam and Shujah Mahmood further deny possessing aluminium powder for terrorism.
They were arrested on March 30, 2004, after the fertiliser was found stored in a west London depot.The Ministry of Sound, founded 15 years ago, has a capacity of 1,800 clubbers.