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Tuesday, 19 March 2013

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LONDON, England: Today, the tenth anniversary of the start of Gulf War 2, many remember the b_LIAR, in their own special way...


"My abiding memory of b_LIAR is his escape from a bookstore in Dublin, afraid to meet protesters. Later, he cancelled his book-signing tour. Yet he was willing to send young British soldiers to their deaths in Iraq." Madame Derry.


"When are Boosh and b_LIAR going to be tried as war criminals, in front of a properly-constituted court of law? Many lesser politicians and leaders have faced such charges in the past few decades. Maybe the answer lies in the word 'lesser'..." Mister Butler.


"Mine is when b_LIAR went to an Iraq War commemoration service marking the end of the Iraq campaign and honouring the 179 British personnel who died during the six-year conflict. He attempted to shake the hand of Peter Brierley, the father of Lance Cpl. Shaun Brierley, who was killed in Iraq in March 2003. Mr Brierly refused to shake b_LIAR's hand saying: "I'm not shaking your hand, you've got blood on it."

b_LIAR was then hustled out of the Guildhall looking physically shaken by the episode. I sincerely believe Mr Brierly should have knocked the lying war criminal out.

Even Archbishop Desmond Tutu is refusing to share a platform with b_LIAR stating he believes b_LIAR and Boosh are war criminals who should stand trial in the Hague for their crimes. If Tutu sees it how come the head of the Anglican Church doesn't?" Mister Farrell.


"For many decades MI6 worked for the Soviet Union, spying on the UK.
With the fall of the Soviet Union, GCHQ and MI6 found it more lucrative to spy on us for the US. No wonder then that MI6 gave b_LIAR the lies that he and his US owners needed to start their evil war." Mister Mike.


"b_LIAR has been raking in as much cash as possible to secure for himself a battalion of lawyers. He knows what's coming." Mister Fasby.


"What? b_LIAR doesnt trust his wife to defend him? Actually I'm quite sure Cherie would consider a position on the prosecuting team if the price was right." Mister Noseby.

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