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Wednesday, 17 June 2009

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Death Valley CA-- If you were ever planning to visit the Redwood Forest in California, you better think again. The entire park of majestic redwoods is gone. The trees were sold to the Monsteranto Company by the governor for $.25 a tree. Governor Terminator needed the money to pay the state debt immediately.

All the ancient trees were chopped down in one short hour. Protesters arrived by the thousands from all over the state, but the damage was already done. Many would-be protesters wept openly at the carnage; not one tree was left alive. Many of the trees were over two-thousand years old. They were all quickly turned into wood pulp.

The Monsteranto Company plans to sell the wood pulp to the Federal Reserve. The Fed will then print trillions and trillions of dollars of paper money. Look for part of the redwoods in your wallet very soon.

The Monsteranto Company will make quadrillions in profit from the deal. They will charge California $1,000.000.00 per tree for 'tree removal'. They will also charge the Fed $1,000,000.00 per pound for the wood pulp.

The Monsteranto Company is owned by Dick Cheney. The new company is working closely with the Obama regime in Washington to effect 'change'. Mr. Cheney promises 'many more' surprises like this from his company in the very near future.

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