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Tuesday, 18 January 2011

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Here are those War Notes, Sir John, look fairly typical conflict papers to many!

London - (Specious Relationship): Iraq War Inquiry chairman Sir John Chilcot has been sent a video of a large holdall stuffed with $100 bills.

The footage shows almost half a million 'notes' - whose existence cannot be discussed at the Inquiry because of a freak-out by Cabinet Secretary Sir Gusset O'Donnell.

Political pundits have always assumed it was Blair who was secretly doshed up by the US's Ancient American Order of the Skull 'N' Bones.

Now it has emerged a load of psychotic Kuwaitis 'hired' the Poodle Brothers to do the dirty following paranoia about Saddam sophoning off their oil reserves.

War investigators reckon the money was brought into the UK via a diplomatic bag before being delivered by Blair during his visit to Bush's Predator Chapel Ranch family home in Crawford, Texas.

"Does that mean Sir Gus was on a rake-off, perchance?" worried Iraq analysts asked today.

That's a question best left to the Inquiry which resumed grilling Tosser Blair on friday.

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