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Monday, 21 May 2007

image for Chelsea's Amnesty International garden 'to be planted opposite US Embassy'
Amnesty's Chelsea entry this year

London - (Ass Mess): The Amnesty International show garden at this year's Chelsea Flower Show is to be replanted at a site opposite the US Embassy in London at the end of this week as a protest against the Bush Administration's countless acts of repression, Geneva Convention violations and rewriting of the US Constitution as a Corrupt Bastards Club free-for-all violations charter.

An Amnesty spokesman said today: "The garden has been constructed to show the Bush Administration's hellish six year dictatorship and promotion of civil war in the UK and US in a bid to rewrite hystery and reward fascism.

"The replanted garden will serve as a reminder that we are keeping tabs on the world's leading despots masquarading as bona fide political leaders and their Corrupt Bastards Club paymasters in the oil industry's graft services division."

The flower show's organisers, the Royal orticultural Society said that next year all garden designers entering the show will be obliged to display the Bush Administration's impact on the environment in their exhibits "and make people think more about the consequence of their actions in voting in daft fascist dictators posing as God-fearing saviors of the heathen wastelands."

The Sjw runs until Saturday this week.

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