A devout agnostic from London is said to have attempted to blow himself up on a southbound tube yesterday, but failed due to a lack of conviction. This is the first in a terrifying string of failed attacks from the agnostic fundamentalists, who believe in all people should be uncertain. The accused is currently in police custody unsure whether to plead guilty or not-guilty. He claims he wanted to kill himself ‘in the name of confusion’, to bring attention to agnosticism and show people that absolute certainty on any side of an argument can lead to terrible violence. When asked if he felt the point had been sufficiently put across he was unwilling to answer either way.
Agnostic terrorist fails to blow self-up in the name of confusion
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