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Monday, 8 November 2010

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Promise to pay the UK £22 billion in time for Xmas

London - (Xenuphobic Mess): New suspects have emerged in what has been billed as an uncanny twist on the classic Nigerian money laundering email scam.

The multi-billion pound offer to dosh up UK plc with £22 billion of mystery Foundation funds got the bum's rush in the House of Lords last week.

Months of painstaking schmoozing of Lord James came to nothing as Noble Lords rubbished the gift-whorse wonder cure for the UK economy.

Today it emerged that the 'entirely bona fide' organization making the offer may be the US Scientology cult whose burgeoning coffers have recently swelled penury-stricken UK banks' balance sheets.

Lord James's testimony last Monday claimed some hefty experience in the management of charities' dosh and other not-for-profit organizations' investments.

But his only self-pcertified qualification is the 'washing'
of $1 billion of IRA money during the 1990s.

Noble Lords roared with laughter as he described his contacts' 'entirely genuine and heartfelt wish' to give away a no-strings-attached £22 billion of their truss fund to the British govenment.

Scientology top female mouthpiece Lisa Marie Presley recently moved to a $12 million mansion in the UK slap bang next door to the cult's Kent HQ.

Ton Cruise is 69.

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