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Saturday, 6 January 2007

image for Nazi royal pic backed for Turner Prize
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London - (Ass Mess): An early nomination for the 2007 Turner Prize shows the House of Von Battenburg in traditional ceremonial costume with Harry dressed in Nazi uniform and Diana depicted as the Saviour Jesus.

The painting was released by a Gallery the 3rd in Amsterdam after being sponsored by the UK Hellfire Club to commemorate sixty six years of bi-partisan whitewash and humbug about the tragic demise of King George VI, his wife Queen Elizabeth and eldest daughter in a safe house at Hyde Park Corner on a night in September 1940 when a wing of Buckingham Palace was also demolished by the Lutfwaffe.

The picture depicts the Queen looking just like TV soap actress Wendy Richard of the East Enders programme, Charles like the screaming closet queen that he really is and Camilla as a psychotic pill-popping crack dealer who assisted the Provisional IRA with myriad bombing campaigns in London during the 1970s.

The painting is also notable for depicting William in his snow-leopard pose hiding his eyes behind his paws in the hope of not being recognised as Sieg Heil Harry's sibling.

Gallery owner Maarten de Vlieger said he hoped the pic will hang in the Hellfire Club's own gallery in London later this year to coincide with an exhibition of the Von Battenburg family's Third Reich uniforms, medals and citations.

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