Tuesday, December 10, 2002

More Russian Fiction

Tuesday, 10 December 2002

From FrontPage via Wog Blog comes the story of how the Russians broke the threat of Chechen terrorism by making sure that the terrorists knew that they would die by being shot with a bullet dipped in yesterday's bacon drippings and buried in a shroud of caul fat and chitlins. This technique for dealing with muslim terrorists was allegedly pioneered by Pershing in the Phillipines around 1911.

What I want to know is, why the Russians bothered with this rigmarole when they have direct access to hell via that secret hole in Siberia that an over-enthusiastic team of geologists drilled in the 1980's. They could have saved themselves the trouble by just tying the buggers up and dropping them down the hole. The wog in Wog Blog believes that:

To win this war on terror we will need creative thinkers. And I do not mean Judy Davis and Tom Kenneally.

I can agree with that - most of this stuff sounds more like Danielle Steele Anne Rice and Stephen King to me.

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