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Topics: Terrorism, Fox

Sunday, 4 July 2010

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The Prime Minister at todays press conferance.

In the wake of mounting terrorist attacks by Foxes, the Government has today brought in new emergency legislation to ban entertainment that glorify Foxes and other dangerous vermin. Amongst the titles banned are the film and book "Fantastic Mr Fox" and the animated series "The Animals of Farthing Wood."

Prime Minister David "Foxshredder" Camoron explained why this action had been taken.

"For many years our children have had their minds polluted by this vile pro-Fox propaganda, making out Foxes to be noble creatures, or cute and cuddly, not the nasty vermin they are."

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, as always showing that his party is always at the forefront of coalition government policies, added his own contribution.
"Like he said."

After which the PM patted him on the head and gave him a doggy treat.

Our Glorious Leader directed special criticism at Disney's Robin Hood.

"Not only does this film feature a Fox as the main character and "hero", but the entire premise of the film, as with all stories that glorify that terrible outlaw, is disgusting too. Robbin Hood is the total opposite of what our government stands for, robbing from the hard working upper classes to give money to the scrounging, unwashed poor. I remember seeing it as a child and crying when Robin was caught and going to be hanged, then was freed."

As well as Foxes, the legislation also targets other Vermin such as Badgers, Squirrels, Rats, Hedgehogs, Bats and Otters.

This is just another step in the governments "War on Wildlife Terror" and part of their commitment to make sure the good, hard working citizens of the UK can sleep in their beds at night without fear of attack from dirty, disease ridden, vermin, or the Animals they try to protect.

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