» Monday, October 10, 2005

Terror Organisations

Asked if proscribed organisations were something the Prime Minister was concerned about having a detrimental effect on community relations, the PMOS said what the Prime Minister was concerned about was that if terrorist organisations were carrying out activities, then they should be prescribed, as they were terrorist organisations. He would start from that end of the telescope.

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  1. A bit ambiguous, does the PMOS mean that the PM is looking down the wrong end again – like he did with WMD?

    Comment by Roger Huffadine — 11 Oct 2005 on 7:27 pm | Link
  2. It’s strange how when the PMOS sits down his voice goes all muffled.

    Does he mean ‘prescribed’ or ‘proscribed’? The two are just slightly different.

    As for telescopes, well they are not the best kind of instrument for rectal examinations, and the PM is pretty far up his……

    Comment by Chuck Unsworth — 11 Oct 2005 on 7:54 pm | Link

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