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Topics: mossad, Fracking

Thursday, 13 March 2014

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Locals living in settlements like this say Frack Off to the proposed scheme

Tel Aviv - The hydraulic fracturing of rocky deposits close to the 1949 Armistice 'Green Line' using pressurized liquid truth serums is under consideration by Israel's secret service according to reports out today.

Months of satellite imagery intercepted by pro-Palestinian interests has revealed the presence of armed Israeli convoys carrying 5,000-gallon drums of 'canary juice' allegedly destined for use in the sedation and eventual eviction of entrenched settlements.

Some reports suggest that the psychoactive cocktail with a primary aim of chemically pacifying human resistance may be used to fracture beneath settlement homes already under massive pressure.

This could see a sodium pentatho/grit/water mix being injected into the area's naturally-occurring veins and dikes to create a well bore of small fractures in the bedrock.

Officially any forced application of controlled intravenous hypnotic medication - or narcosynthesis as it is known - to procure diagnostically-or therapeutically-vital information is banned under the Geneva Subvention Against Narcocrime.

However the law as it stands applies to human intravenous application and not to this latest 'smoke 'em out' process designed to create sedating vapors from the local water table.

Commenting on the bizarre developments a former Mossad defector currently employed in entirely legal badger culls in nearby Lebanon said today that the so-called truth serum is nothing more than an effective sun block with a SP factor of 117, designed for blistering Middle Eastern summers.

Israel's Mount of Olives is of course exempt.

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