The International Union of Superheroes has called on Ed Miliband to save the World from a new breed of flesh eating monsters.
The superheroes who include, Superman, Spiderman, Catwoman and George Galloway all believe the time has come to start the fight against the creatures before its too late.
They understand that Ed isn't perfect. He does own an Iguanadon that eats penguins from London zoo, but since Gordon Brown resigned from the Save the World committee they believe he is our only hope.
The flesh eating monsters are a great threat to society because they look quite normal on the outside. In fact they looked so normal in the Spring that one of them was elected as PM of Great Britain.
But these creatures are not what they seem. They were created by a master chemist in a basement in Central London. That chemist's name was Margaret Thatcher and her creations are called David Cameron, George Osborne and Grant Shapps. Together, collectively, this breed of monsters are called The Tombies (Which is, of course, a cross between a zombie and Tory). Tombies particularly like to hunt on horse back and they like to hunt poor people down, and then eat them with a nice glass of red wine.
Grant Shapps has recently come to the fore as a particularly predatorial Tombie. He has realised that poor people without homes are easier to catch and eat,than poor people with homes. So at this moment in time he is industriously making legislation to try to part poor vulnerable people from their houses.
The Superheroes are enraged by this and are currently trying to get Ed Miliband to launch a battle to stop the Tombies from stealing the homes (and the flesh and bones) of the poor.
The message from superman tonight is "London is under attack from a new set of enemies called the Tombies. Fight for the Poor people, Ed. Fight"
Katarina Frogpond (that's me) is totally behind the Ed Miliband fight to save the earth and will support it in any way she can...provided she doesn't have to do anything scary or dangerous or go anywhere near a Tombie.
By Katarina Frogpond.