Written by queen mudder
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Topics: Tour de France

Friday, 6 July 2007

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The Hong Kong leg of the Tour de France

London - (Ass Mess): As 100,000 police line up on the streets of London this weekend to oversee security for the UK leg of the Tour de France and the Wembley Live Earth gig, perfect conditions have been set in place for the ultimate vantage position against the Whore on Terra.

Up to 2,000 known terrorists and their mobster masters were let off the hook by successive Governments going back to Margaret Thatcher.

This protected World War II secrets of how US right wing Corrupt Bastards Club members paid Joseph Stalin to hire the Nazis and the Vatican to ethnically cleanse Europe.

The descendants of these felons have thrived due to endemic corruption in the oil and gas industries which perennially paid off governments from telling voters the dark grim secrets behind the facades of democracy.

Now the opportunity to catch them all has become apparent.

Last weekend's abortive bombing attempts by Saudi hirelings masquarading as NHS doctors has joined all the dots that the anti-terror squad could ever hope for, leaving them in pole position for the ultimate Grand Slam against the evil machinations of the Puppet Monarchy.

Top of the list of Corrupt Bastard proteges in the UK?

Madonna and JK Rowling.

The Oracle has Spoken.

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