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Wednesday, 31 July 2013

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Americans have been sleepwalked on a lead to forget this stuff

New York - "Say what you like about Barack Obama," a NATO forensic accountant said today, "but at least this President hasn't started any damn wars - unlike the Nazi predator in the White House before him."

The comments come as the final bill for the Bush/Cheney kleptocracy years is published putting the damage to the US economy as close on 10 trillion dollars.

NATO figures have been compiled ahead of war crimes charges against the 43rd US President and were presented at the security organization's testimony before a UN Security Council closed hearing today.

Documents from the secret pow wow seen by Spoof stringers reveal that NATO has covertly bugged all US National Security Agency surveillance ops - including Prism, current international civil liberties bugbear - since the day Ronnie Raygun took orifice on Capitol Hill back in the winter of 1981.

The covert operation, codenamed Madam Motormouth, also took in bugging CIA flagship programs protecting the descendants of Hitler's Pope Pius XII, a significant number of whom have made it all the way to the top as Presidents of the United States.

"Damn Bushes always been in cahoots with the Nazis," the NATO source added, "looks like America has been sleepwalked on a lead to forget all this stuff."

George Bush Senior is 104.

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