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Funny story: Calls for UK judge-led cover-up into British complicity with CIA torture

Calls for UK judge-led cover-up into British complicity with CIA torture

London - A trawl of the great and good in Britain's senior judiciary has narrowed down a list of candidates capable of bullshitting in the international premier league. Top pick for a prolonged and tortuous televised whitewash guaranteed to flush...
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Funny story: New government inquiry board to inquire about inquiries

New government inquiry board to inquire about inquiries

In a bold move announced today, the Government is setting up a board of inquiry to look into the boards of inquiry that they have already set up. Headed by a group of very important people, some of whom have beards and wear suits, the Inquiry Inqu...
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Funny story: Custard Pie Strike On Murdoch for Democracy

Custard Pie Strike On Murdoch for Democracy

The most important blow for democratic freedom for thirty years was struck today when, in frenzied scenes, some no-mark got his fifteen minutes of fame. Something genuinely interesting and important was unfolding before an enthralled nation, so it...
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Funny story: Man who Owned Newspaper to Blame for Everything

Man who Owned Newspaper to Blame for Everything

Researchers have today uncovered conclusive proof that an Australian man who owns some newspapers is to blame for everything bad that happened in the last twenty years. "It's been a living hell" said Mr T.B, a former lawyer, "for years I had to do...
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Funny story: Government Backs Down - Public Inquiry Soon

Government Backs Down - Public Inquiry Soon

After intense public and media pressure, the Government this morning caved-in, and has said that it will, after all, hold a Public Inquiry. Indeed, the Home Secretary John Reid, a dimwit, confirmed t...
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