At least if this shocking piece of information posted by Trev london in the comments to the last post is to be believed. Trev london, takeitaway:
I have some hot news. Gordon Brown has just announced on all BBC channels that, despite earlier statements to the contrary, Icelanders are indeed terrorists of the most dangerous order and all UK citizens are to be vigilant and report any suspicious behaviour by nordic neighbours, including but not limited to:
a) an over fondnes of fish, fishy smells, fish logos on clothing, loitering around fish counter in Tesco, fish skeletons poking out of waste bins etc, etc.
b) the wearing of sweaters of the type last seen in 1980 on Top Of The Pops worn by Haircut 100 singing their chart topper “Favourite Shirts”
c) displaying intelligence too highly developed for their own good
d) a tendency to be out drinking and enjoying themselves in the early hours when they should be in bed with a good book
e) Bjork or Sigur Ros ringtones
f) the opening of windows in cold weather
g) ordering of £40 bottles of wine in restaurants, whilst declaring “that’s very reasonable”
h) the putting of West Ham United on e-bay with a £1000 “buy now” opportunity
i) mastery of the English language way in excess of the indigenous population
j) the preparation and ingestation of disgusting liquidized animal entrails
The anti-terrorist branch of the Metropolitan Police have launched a “Terrorist Iceline” which should be called immediately any such tendencies are noticed. Within 10 minutes, an armed squad of specially trained officers (headed by Chief Insepector “call me” Darling of The Yard) will be around to kick the door down, seize their hard disks, Range Rovers and bank accounts.
Asked if this would not be against the law, PM Brown declared “the safety and security of hard working British families is our priority, and in any case we make the laws so we can do what we want. It will give the police a nice change from raiding mosques”.
A spokesperson from the Muslim Council of Great Britain was unavailable for comment.
[Haha! British humour rulz!!]