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Friday, 1 April 2011

image for Democracy in Danger Disgusted citizens of Tunbridge Wells

Sir Algernon Carstairs-Brown, known to his friends as 'Algae', is on the warpath on behalf of 'all right thinking people'.

In a speech to his local Conservative Party in Tunbridge Wells he let loose on those who had protested against the cuts and who threatened to upset the Royal Wedding.

'We have a choice between Violent Anarchy and Constitutional Monarchy' he told his audience 'we know all about the former - broken windows and mayhem - and we love our monarchy which stretches back to William the Conqueror.'

Algae enthused over the prospect of the wedding until an anarchist stood up and started addressing the startled audience.

He went on about having paid for the Pope's visit and now forking out for the Royal Wedding - 'things many dont believe in or want to support'.

The speech was cut short as the audience of disgusted listeners pulled the protestor limb from limb and crushed his body to cries of Tally Ho!

'Now he has experienced a bit of anarchy' shouted an excited Algae 'how could our sheep be attacked by scum like that?' To bleats and baas of happiness the citizens of Tunbridge Wells then set out to rid the country of more unwanted vermin.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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