Wednesday, January 06, 2010

More Canaries

George Osborne's brother Mohammed (ne Adam), shown below reprising Kenneth Williams' unforgettable role as the ruler of Khalabar :

'Rahala explained to her three brothers and two sisters that she was deeply in love and wanted to marry Adam. I don't think they were too keen. Her older sister, who had an arranged marriage, was especially resistant.

'Over time, however, and after meeting him on a few occasions, they came around to the idea. And when Adam announced that he was going to convert to Islam, it enabled everyone to accept the relationship.'




And perhaps at the other end of whatever spectrum there might be, Ibrahim (ne Maurice) Anderson, composer of 'A Means for Dawah' and currently facing trial on charges of using threatening, abusive, insulting words and behaviour at a homecoming parade in Luton for the Anglian Regiment.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...
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Anonymous said...

Hey thats whats I was going to say!

Bastards was my preferred epithet, Laban's not too keen on using the big 'c' round here.

AgainsTTheWall said...

Expect a whole lot more of this apostacy as the rats flee to join the winning team. Im especially looking forward to a major figure in the CoE announcing his conversion.

Anonymous said...

On the other hand, it's all a bit Carry on Cleo.

There has always been a certain exoticist mindset among the Brits. I remember with hilarity various washed up hippies suddenly discovering Hari Krishna and the Orange people, and telling their mums to call them 'Rishikesh' not Richard.

It must be said, sadly, that such follies tend to trump Anglo identity - and it's particularly tragic to watch these Islamo-travellers join the ranks.

To my mind they seem either a) mad, like Yvonne Ridley, b) true fascists, like your man below and the likes of Myatt, and c) convenience 'reverts' such as Ozzadine Osborne here.

ie, not a huge tranche of population. Still, slay 'em where you find 'em, that's my motto.

x

Anonymous said...

Sorry Laban - just saw your Carry on Cleo ref. top of page. Too subtle for me to notice...

Hugh Oxford said...

There have always been a handful of lunatics converting to all manner of strange cults. It really isn't a cause for concern.

The cause for concern is the importing of millions of people prone to said cults, and the failure to repatriate those of foreign extraction that refuse to integrate and subscribe.

Blognor Regis said...

Cleo? Khyber.

Imagine that getting made to day? Blacked up Bernard Bresslaw as Bungdit In, tribal leader of the Burpas with his hill fort in Jacksi.

Even better, Follow that Camel with blacked up Bernard Bresslaw as Mustapha Leak and assorted Arabian/Harem japes.

Great stuff.

(That said, some of the jokes in Will Hay's version of A Heart of Darkness will make even the least PC person's hair stand on end, mind you.)

Mr Grumpy said...

Can you imagine how the Guardian, the Indie and the other usual suspects would be wetting themselves if she'd had to apostasize to appease the Osborne family honour?

Sgt Troy said...

Well the "elite" are effete, and have been for decades - going back to the thirties

The Argentinian junta thought that the British wouldn't fight over the Falklands. They had met smooth appeasing FO types who deplored "narrow nationalism".

Then they met another sort of Briton altogether, from the Royal Marines and the Parachute Reg't

Mark said...

Osborne's brother isn't the only canary in the goldmine with High Tory connections. Allegra Mostyn-Owen (Boris's ex)has just married into a Punjabi muslim family-

http://www.thefirstpost.co.uk/58147,people,entertainment,boris-johnson-first-wife-marries-again

Blognor Regis said...

Not the first and won't be the last.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jemima_Khan

In 2008, she wrote about regretting the fact that she "over-conformed in [her] eagerness to be accepted" into "a new and radically different culture" of Pakistan.