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Wednesday, 22 April 2015

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The Time Has Come Folks!

A new firm owned by father and son George H. Bush and George W. Bush and called the "Skull & Bones Inc". has been floated on New York's Stock Exchange. Shares opened at $66.60.

The firm will be devoted to mass marketing and merchandising the substance and words of the phrase copyrighted to the Bushs viz...


Henceforth, anyone using the phrase for monetary gain will be in violation of the Skull & Bones global copyright.

Soon, internet retail outlets such as Amazon and Ebay will be awash with myriad NWO commodities ranging from household appliances to mouse pads and fashion. New World Order Tee-shirts bearing George Bush's signature are already available in many retail outlets around the U.S.

Lady Gaga is soon to release her first NWO album called "The New World I Just Ordered" and a film called "Dawn of The NWO" starring Nicolas Cage, Johnny Depp, Nicole Kidman and Arnold Schawrzennegger is already in production.

Meanwhile J.K.Rowling is all set to release the six hundred and sixty-six page "Sir Harry Potter and the NWO" that she wrote during coffee breaks while on a trip to Disney World recently. Foreword is by her close friend, ex-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown. And Victoria's Secret has announced it will launch its first NWO lingerie collection in Paris this coming June.

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