Written by j.w.
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Topics: Spy, mi6

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

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Lady GeeGee's beloved horse

A long book which purports to be the history of MI6, covering much information about the secret organisation has kept a famous spy's activities unknown. It was thought her story might still cause problems on an international scale.

We have been approached by a former spy who is now living in a village in Devon. With evidence that put her account beyond doubt, she convinced us of the truth of the story revealed here.

Lady GeeGee, named thus due to her love of horses, spoke fluent German and had a sexual attraction that few men could resist.

Her main task during the War was to befriend Adolf Hitler. Based on her knowledge of her 'dear Adolf' the lyrics of the famous song about him were established: 'Hitler has only got one ball'.

It was GeeGee's hands which fondled this object and upset Hitler's invasion plans against Britain. She also delayed his order to invade Russia at a crucial moment, which resulted in his troops freezing in the Russian snow.

The Nazi/Soviet Pact was also one of her designs. Knowing the Pact would discredit both sides Lady GeeGee encouraged it by telling Adolf that she knew some Russian girls who would give him more excitement than even she could manage.

After the war, as time passed, it became clear that Lady GeeGee's story would rewrite the History of the War and upset the fabrications which were thought to be the history of the War.

She was sworn to secrecy and would have died with her story if it hadn't been for her friendship with a distant relation of mine who knew I could make her exploits public in a way that would protect her identity.

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