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Monday, 29 September 2008

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Stockmarket portfolio has slumped to a bunch of Northern Crock IOUs

London - (9/11 Mess): Hellfire Club numerology buffs have spotted a dire black hole in the UK's Al Qaeda Puppet Monarch's fate.

It is centred on the traditional end of Ramadan holiday of Eid El Fitr on October 1st which many years of zodiac study have identified as 'something hellish in the ephemeris' - possibly meaning a retrograde Uranus in Pisces at 19.57 degrees.

"Coincidentally 1957 was the year of the Suez Crisis fiasco that eventually spawned the Asian branch of the IRA, aka 'Al Qaeda'," a Hellfire Club source choked over his tea leaves.

"It was also the year that the US Treasury adopted the phrase In God We Truss on $ banknotes.

"Fat lot of good that's been in the last few weeks, bet they're sorry they ever gave in to them Creationist nutters about the greenback's corporate logo."

Meanwhile in Buckingham Palace Old Fatty Mountbatten has taken a turn for the worse after finding out her stockmarket portfolio has slumped to a bunch of IOUs from the Northern Crock and the Bradford 'N' Bingley.

Additionally the real landlords of Buckingham Palace, St James's Palace, Windsor Castle, Balmoral, Sandringham, Marlborough House etc etc have rubbed salt in the whole sordid business by serving an official Notice to Quit in the High Court today.

"This series of illegal squats ends right here, where the buck stops on Wall St," a Canary Wharf oil magnate said today.

"So Yah Boo Sux!"

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