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Tuesday, 9 February 2010

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'Charming' snake handler Alistair Campbell was hired by the Downing Street war machine

London - (Conspiracy Mess): The Inquiry has heard from UK cryptologists reviewing the sudden Burns Night 2002 suicide of Enron executive Clifford Baxter.

Painstaking decodings found that an anagram of his name produced Baldric Fox Fret the Inquiry was told.

This referred to UK comedy classic Blackadder sidekick Baldric's "cunning plan....as cunning as a fox who used to be Professor of Cunning at Oxford University..."

The iconic line forms part of a Blackadder 'special' shown at the Millenium Dome in 2000, prior to the expo site's subsequent disastrous bankruptcy.

Shambolic US energy giant Enron itself went belly-up within days of 9/11, spooks reminded the Chilcot panel, triggering Pentagon demands for an immediate takeover of Saddam Hussain's massive crude reserves.

The Inquiry also heard how the work of the 'real' Blackadder - distinguished RA artist Dame Elizabeth Blackadder - provided additional material in unravelling the WMD 'dodgy dossier' fiasco.

Apparently on the day of the World Trade Center atrocity Whitehall mandarins managed to sequester Dame Elizabeth's iconic painting Still Life with Daily Mirror and Japanese Prince for exhibition in 10 Downing Street.

This formed part of a cover-up connected to 'madcap ramblings' of Crown Prince Naruhito - son of the Japanese Emperor Aki-Shit-Ho - who lost his $$$s truss fund in the Enron collapse.

Prime Monster Tony Blair's appointment of former Daily Mirror political editor Alistair Campbell as official spin doctor and government cheerleader of the WMD dodgy dossier was all part of the sub-plot.

The BBC head of Comedy is expected to testify before the Inquiry on April 1st.

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