É bonito registar a velocidade com que o mundo real se encarrega de responder a pensamentos tão iluminados como este:
Diz o perigosíssimo The Guardian, por certo o jornal oficial dos "radicais islâmicos":
A Turkish man seeking political asylum hijacked an airliner with more than 100 passengers yesterday, apparently in an attempt to enrol the help of the Pope.
He took control of the Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-400, which was flying from Albania to Istanbul, and forced it to land in Italy. After some two hours of negotiations, the hijacker, who turned out not to be armed, gave himself up to police at Brindisi airport and asked for asylum.
The governor of Istanbul, Muammer Guler, identified the man as Hakan Ekinci, 28, an army deserter who he said had fled to Albania. Mr Guler told Turkish CNN: "We have been told he was not assured of refugee status and was returning to Turkey." The Italian news agency, Ansa, reported finding on a website a copy of a letter Mr Ekinci had sent to the Pope on August 30. It quoted him as saying: "I am a Christian and I don't want to serve in a Muslim army."