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Sunday, 6 February 2011

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You're full of bullshit, Frank! Thanks, Mr President I learned from a grand master - you!

London - (Hexoplasm): Sunday's all-ticket commemorative freakshow features the Illuminati's favorite bluffers regurgitating Old Gipper's nauseous rant.

The seance has been commissioned by the Hellfire Club to mark Ronald Reagan's 100th birthday.

Its remit is the grilling of Reagan's putrefied ghost on 'WFT has gone wrong with that New World Order, Ronnie?'

At £1,000 a-pop the invited audience will be treated to a pseudo-Madame Blavatsky nutter channelling reincarnation bullshit like there's no tomorrow.

One teensy drawback to her mannish physical appearance - think Ernst Stavro Blofeld on hormone replacement patches - is the tendency for front-row audience members to spontaneously fit.

"It's the smell of camphor and dead pigeon," visiting College sensitive Sylvana Bloodwort explained today.

"She dabs an infusion behind her earlobes to help improve communication with the rotting corpses whose Hellfire message she's paid to transmit."

The old paedo perv died in 2004 leaving behind evil scarecrow widow Nancy and three very confused and highly dysfunctional kids.

"Still, he made the Bushes look sane - which has to be a miracle," a Capitol Hill source once said.

Nancy Reagan is daft as a brush.

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