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Monday, 6 December 2010

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Wikileaks Champion Lozenge

Just when everyone was beginning to get tired of Wikileaks exposures of blabbing diplomats the US Government has set out on a two pronged campaign to breath more life into the Wikileaks campaign.

First they issued a Shark Alert against the Wikileaks chief Julian Lozenge, thereby demonstrating just how effective he has been in scaring the people who do not want the truth to be known. Then they try to sabotage the Wikileaks site and try and get Lozenge arrested on a clearly fabricated charge.

Now the threat of Lozenge becoming a martyr has stirred all those who were tiring of reading about the leaks to continue as an act of solidarity with a man who has done journalism proud and has more guts than the sum total of journalists in the whole of America.

Not to be outdone Tea Party nutcase Sarah Palin has called on the American Government to send in assassins to kill Lozenge. This is actually a worse action than anything revealed by the leaks. Palin's grasp of reality is so suspect that anyone looking vaguely like Julian Lozenge - 1 million worldwide at the last count - is walking the streets disguised as a hoodie. David Cameron has become exhausted after hugging several hundred in one mammoth session for the Big Society.

The US thinks that now Lozenge, instead of being a refreshing taste in the mouth, will be viewed as a SHARK ready to tear the world apart with his teeth.

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