Friday, 7 November 2014
Top ten Jihadi Karoke Songs
Prompted by a challenge from CFRB radio host John Moore.
With cruise ships being the latest fashion in Jihad derring do, John wondered how they would pass the time before the infidel killing began. One also has to worry what if they get impatient. I am sure down deep the cruisers for Jihad have a lot of Tea Party admirers. Liberals pay the way for their soldiers to get to battle, that's communist is it not? You can be sure if Justin Trudeau was PM the Fraser Institute would have a study advocating soldiers pay their own way to Kuwait, what they don't have airmiles?
10) Bomb Bomb Iran by John McCain has to be number one. ISIS, ISL, Al Queda and most popular brands of Jihad are all Sunni based. For them Iran is the great Satan.
9) Rock and Roll Suicide by David Bowie. Time takes a cigarette put it in your mouth, Gods will that you smoke and as W said "suicider"
8) Bombs over Bagdhad by Outkast. No further explanation necessary.
7) Guns of Brixton by the Clash. Jihad's life is basically ruled by rhetoric so they love softball existential questions"
"When they kick out your front door. How you gonna come?
With your hands on your head
Or on the trigger of your gun"
6) Careful with that Axe Eugene by Pink Floyd. After Mohammad, Eugene was the most popular Jihad name. And Jihad its are as concerned about a safe workplace as anyone.
5) Taken Care of Business by BTO. While a jihad's task manager may be filled with beheading, mass slaughter, kidnapping, suicide and other atrocities, one must admit they have a real zeal and pride in their work that secrectly self help guru's must study.
4)Broken Arrow by Buffalo Springfield. Broken Arrow in Sitrap means a lost nuclear weapon. This is every jihads dream. They don't need no stinking love songs, their dreams are all about getting a nuke.
3)Leaving on a Jet Plane by John Denver. A real double ententre given the slow pace necessitated by aquatic propulsion. But the line "Cause I'm leaving on a jet plane, don't know when I'll be back again. Oh, babe, I hate to go." Brings a tear to the toughest Jihad's eye.
2) Anything by Warren Zevon, Excitable Boy, Roland the Headless, and the all time favourite sing along in the cave song, Werewolves of London. Ironically the number one complaint about life from Jihadists is "that love can not be started like a car and you cant kill it with a gun."
1) Crime of the century by Supertamp.