Monday, March 22, 2010
Can you be trusted?
The adverts above have been run on TalkSport radio. However it would seem that despite what the advert says there is such a thing as a wasted call. In fact they have been getting too many calls about the wrong sort of people.
Through my connections I have received transcripts of the ads which will go out on all major TV networks. The new ad clarifies the sort of call they want. I have reproduced them in full below.
The following message is brought to you by The anti-terrorist hot line.
The man across the road from you doesn't talk to his neighbours much because he sees them as infidels. He buys large amounts of chemical fertiliser but grows nothing in his garden. His only visitors are men with silly beards. He makes regular trips to Pakistan and Afghanistan to attend family weddings and help set up schools. He does not work but claims all the benefits he can. He spends a great deal of time at the local mosque. This man is nothing to worry about he is just a very religious man who like buying fertilser.
The man who lives next to him goes to work every day. He pays his taxes, he has never been arrested for anything. He doesn't believe in man made global warming. He doesn't vote Labour. He thinks politicians are out of touch and doesn't trust them. He thinks the war in Afghanistan is a bad thing but supports the troops who have been sent there to fight. He thinks the UK would be better off outside the EU.
This may mean nothing but together it may lead to you having suspicions. We all have a roll to play in countering terrorism. If you see anything suspicious which does not involve any muslims call the anti terrorist hot line.
If you suspect it report it.