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Topics: Royalty, opus dei

Friday, 27 March 2009

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Papa Ratzi's mentor salivating at the idea of grabbing the Throne of Albion once again

London - (Bloody Mary Mess): Buoyed by superb MI5 disinformation about the disgusting 'God's Banker' trial fiasco daftass Opus Dei pederasts are gobsmacked this weekend following the news that the centuries long ban on Catholics in the monarchy is set to stay for ever.

The seedy, filthy, pervert-ridden organisation had been enjoying an exceptional period of illusion, basking in the fantasy that one day some goddawful Vatican harlot may once again worm his/her way onto the Throne of Albion.

But Britain's spooks have played a misinformation blinder with the continuing cover-story that Roberto 'God's Wanker' Calvi's June 1982 'suicide' will never be solved, thus absolving Hitler's Pope Joe Ratzinger from any P2 Lodge conspiracy charges.

"Whenever the Vatican Shitty starts getting too big for its boots again we just send them some of our archive film footage," spooky top brass sources commented.

"The JFK and RFK assassinations usually make them shut up for a few weeks.

"But it's vintage footage of Ratzi himself in a UK child crucification incident circa 1967 that tends to ram the point home more effectively."

Good Queen Bess would have had the blighter flogged at Tyburn.

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