St George's, Grenada - Residents of the Caribbean island of Grenada, a British colony illegally invaded on President Ronnie Raygun's direct orders in October 1983, have blocked transmission of the annual BBC World Service Christmas Day broadcast featuring Elizabeth Windsor channeling the Yuletide Queen.
Their disgust at a series of Brit deceptions about the highly spurious House of Windsor has finally burst into the open with a blanket ban on Queen Elizabeth's annual rant.
Instead the Island Council will broadcast a number of historical Christmas Messages performed by lookalikes in drag including Brit comedian Sacha Baron Cohen and US funny (sic) man Bill Clinton in full pantomime rig.
The annual British broadcast is being boycotted on human frights grounds after someone in Grenada's government pointed out that the 'Elizabeth Windsor' joke was now excruciatingly well past it's sell-by.
Last week security services from the USA, UK and Libya went public to condemn the lack of arrests in what's been described as a poisonous rats' nest of cover-up terrists related to Queen Elizabeth whose son Muammar Gaddafi took the masterminding rap for the Lockerbie bombing outrage.
Tomorrow, Christmas Day 2013, the Russian impostor queen's latest Christmas message will be lapped up by legions of her adoring fans who have Ben kept out of the Lockerbie info loop on direct orders of ex-UK PM Margaret Thatcher - and every Brit Prime Monster ever since.
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