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Monday, 26 March 2007

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Undiluted fraudulent mendacity: the White House website

London - (Ass Press): It's official: ten per cent of what you read online is pure, undiluted, fraudulent crap.

Surfing the internet is now so dangerous that one in ten of all users will easily become duped by something so ludicrously inanely stupid that it defies reality.

Most internet rubbish is found on the Wikipedia site which earlier this month confirmed it had to fire an editor who randomly falsified, entries, made up sources and deleted anything that troubled his religious sensibilities.

Even more rubbish can be found on evangelical and funadamentalist sites which sell afterlife guarantees along with Protein-Defying Ageing Pancake recipie franchises in the name of the Reverend Pat Robertson.

And even more garbage is available on the Free Republic website which offers fascists and dyed in the wool wingnuts the chance to wank each other off while sucking up to the Bush Family Evil Empire.

For 100% Proof undiluted Establishment crap and blatant fraudulent brainwashing a visit to the White House website is unrivalled for the breadth of its toxicity.

Not even its sister site the Number 10 Drowning Street franchise of the Poodle Administration can compare to the sheer scale of mendacity with intent to pervert, corrupt and irrevocably distort the soul of the casual browser.

And while Silicon Valley geeks may be working on a reality filter to screen out some of the worst offending pollutants on these sites a permanent cure seems still a long way off.

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