Written by queen mudder
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Topics: Pope, Tony Blair

Tuesday, 19 June 2007

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Blair's confessor Fr Seedy has been the eminence grise behind the Prime Monster

London - (Ass Mess): UK Prime Monster Tony Blair is scheduled to meet with Pope Ratiznger on Saturday 23rd June in a valedictory visit to shore up support guaranteeing continued covering up for his personal confessor Fr Michael Seedy.

Blair is officially C of E but has been a habitual fellater of the Papist tradition despite constitutional sanctions barring a Catholic from being a UK premier.

Seedy is a self-appointed eminence grise to both Blair and his gargoyle wife Cherie and was seminal to Margaret Thatcher's success in perverting the course of justice in the police probe into the 1982 murder of God's Banker Roberto Calvi.

He has a very dodgy brother whose criminal career involving under-age minors was personally destroyed on Blair's orders in a quid pro quo arrangement gagging dissent among UK cops whose careers depended on covering up for Margaret Thatcher.

As he prepares to embark for his swansong performance at the Vatican this weekend Blair is barely able to put down the sedatives that have maintained him on life-support since Lord Levy got busted.

Seedy meanwhile has forced MI5 to reopen old Opus Dei classified files that should have been shredded after 9/11 when the US ambassador to the UK personally guaranteed the safety of british citizens from any mainland attack by hired foreign mercenaries.

This would make Gordon Brown's impending premiership look increasingly like a pipedream.

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