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Wednesday, 11 December 2013

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Al-Shabab-Kebab's recent atrocity (file pic)

South Africa - CIA snoopers monitoring internet chatter sourced to assorted Scareforce One planes ferrying international VIPs to Tuesday's Mandela Memorial Service may have stumbled upon a 'contrail of terror slime' connected to Brit fugitive from justice Samantha Lewthwaite, aka the White Widow.

The 20-something terrorist is widely believed to be the brains (sick) behind a deadly attack on a Nairobi, Kenya shopping mall earlier this year which Israel's Mossad agents reckon was planned from South Africa where her Al-Shabab-Kebab fan base has a secret HQ.

Analysis of hundreds of social media posts made by politicians attending Tuesday's Soweto memorial have been processed at the CIA's Langley, Va, decoder lab in a routine sweep of VIP tweets, tweaks and other fascinating stuff (yawn...).

This morning a hastily convened British government anti-terror containment group called Cobra met in secret following confirmation someone had hacked into George W Bush's electronic picture storage systems during his hitched ride with the Obamas on Airforce One.

Within minutes Bush's oil-on-canvas painting of former First Pooch Barney had found its way to Al-Shabab-Kebab file shares, daubed with a Hitler moustache and 'Death To America' slogan.

A similar photo-montage of the Queen's corgi lapdog Middleton was posted on the terror website just hours before the Nairobi mall massacre that killed dozens of innocent civilians this year.

Commenting on ex-President Bush's artistic leanings a White House spokesman denied Ms Lewthwaite 'is Dubya's British niece' and part of his global terrorism program.

But security for Sunday's funeral service has been radically tightened in case Dubya's mutt pics postings are a signal of outrages to come.

Young Bo Obama has yet to have the doggie snip.

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