Sunday, April 13, 2008

Unfortunate, That

She had said she wanted to show that she could put her trust in the kindness of local people.

6 comments:

Rob said...

Darwin award nominee?

Sam Tarran said...

That's morbidly hilarious.

LLEE said...

She had said she wanted to show that she could put her trust in the kindness of local people.

Surely she meant: "local peoples equally"?

Her way of death rather suggest she didn't have enough confidence in her own, local people, and would probably have supported their displacement.

It's a sad day when a bimbo is murdered for believing the idiotic self-justifications of our "elites", and 'conservative' bloggers describe it as 'hilarious'.

She wasn't your enemy Sam - Cameron is.

Laban said...

"Her way of death rather suggest she didn't have enough confidence in her own, local people, and would probably have supported their displacement."

I think the story stands up on its own without speculation on what the political views of the deeased might have been.

Sam's right - it's both sad and ironic, as well as a warning to the naive.

It has exactly the character of a Grimm's fairy tale.

Anonymous said...

Very sad.

File under 'deluded liberal gets wake up call'

llee said...

lt: I think the story stands up on its own without speculation on what the political views of the deeased might have been.

Call it speculation, but your link - She had said she wanted to show that she could put her trust in the kindness of local people - could reasonably re-phrase her cause - she wanted to show us we could put our trust in foreigners. Do you seriously doubt that?

You say Sam's right - then you agree this girl's death is hilarious. I doubt that.