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Thursday, 19 April 2007

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The really rich don't need to advertise it

London - (Ass Mess): The man who has compiled the latest UK Rich List, Dr Philip Beresford, has been branded as the country's most gullible and easily deluded fantasist since UK spooks spoofed Tony Blair with their WMD fairy story in 2002.

The Rich List, to be revealed on UK televsion later today, claims to have exclusive news of the wealthiest individuals in Britain are and the extraordinary riches they have achieved.

It is based on Beresford's work and takes in his rambling assumptions as pubished in the Sunday Times guide for the last 19 years.

At a secret coastal location in the British Isles the UK's very own ultra-secret multi-trillionaires were laughing themselves silly and congratulating eachother at the assinine idiot who has made a personal fortune touting his misinformation to an adoring audience.

According to latest Internal Revenue figures this incredibly secretive family 'owns more £££££/$$$$$ that all the other individuals on the Rich List and the Forbes List put together, and with a further three noughts on the end of the figure."

And the secret behind their anonimity?

"Maybe their dedication to spoofing everybody else's over-inflated wealth as well as driving 1967 beat-up old Ford Cortinas to give that look of genuine anonimity?"

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