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Monday, 26 October 2009

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Pie-in-the-Sky: this satellitle was millions of miles away bugging Sarah Palin and John McCain

London - (Pie-in-the-sky)): Wingnuts lobbying for an immediate release of May 2007 US spy-in-the-sky satellite imagery of the Algarve region claim the Pentagon is deliberately blocking release of vital evidence.

One tracking expert told reporters today that he'd seen proof the reconnaisance footage had been deliberately destroyed 'to protect sensitive CIA/MI5/KGB pacts' about some dangerous moles in the sunkissed Portugese holiday resort.

These double and triple agents have dug in deep for the duration ahead of the 2010 appointment of a European Union president.

However the ratification of the EU crimninal pact known as the Lisbon Trick or Treaty could collapse 'within days' if wannabe EU dictator Tony Blair is indicted on war crimes.

General Michael Jackson's botox has sagged another six inches.

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