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Topics: Tony Blair, CIA, mi6

Wednesday, 26 January 2011

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A New World in Prospect

In an effort to 'cleanse the world of subversion' America's CIA and Britain's MI6 are merging to establish a world authority with Tony Blair as life President.

First on its list of 'problems to solve' is the Israel/Palestinian conflict. Chile has been earmarked for the transfer of citizens of the Gaza Strip who will be given free - that is FREE tickets - to settle in South America the country of their dreams.

This magnanimous effort is to be matched by the Palestinian Authority agreeing to Tony Blair's rule in a pact with Israel handing all the Palestinian land over to Israel.

Secondly the new world authority will deal with Iran with blitz bombing of all possible areas where weapons of mass destruction may be located. 'After the great success in Iraq' said Blair 'we shall bring peace to the Middle East.'

Thirdly the world authority will tackle the problem of North Korea where another blitz bombing will wipe out all nuclear installations in North Korea and the Chinese, with Blair's advice, will oversee the unification of North and South Korea.

'We have one two other problems, mainly in Africa which need robust action' said Blair 'the map of the world will be coloured red again.
The Catholic Church, with the guidance of the new American Pope and myself will bring all of us back to the righteous path.'

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