Written by Clifford Rutley
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Topics: Guns

Sunday, 30 August 2009

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Doing This Now Lands You in Jail for 5 Years!

The next stage of sheeple like fear ingrained into the UK populace about inanimate objects has now been rushed through parliament, after a man held up a corner shop with his hand. He entered the shop holding his hand out in front of him, making it into a gun shape. This caused the whimpering sad excuse for a human being shop owner to wet his pants and fill them with man-poo. The assailant made away with the entire contents of the shop's cash register.

Later on that day, armed police officers were called to the house of a teenager who was threatening to kill himself with his hand, as he held two fingers up to his temple and made gun hammer motions with his thumb. The black riot clad officers bust into his home and shot him ten times in the head at point blank range, much like they did with Jean Charles de Menezes in that London tube train.

'I wont be happy until all the citizens in this country are rolled up in bundles of bubble wrap, have their arms and legs removed and are drip fed nothing but government gruel that has been verified as nutritionally beneficial,' a collectivism pushing goon of Borg like hive mind mentality from Westminster told us. 'Only then will they be sufficiently neutered to never threaten themselves OR our superiority over them, ever again!'

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