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Tuesday, 16 December 2014

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Sydney by a Nose. Bookies Jubilant.

UK bookies made a mint by leaving out Australia as a candidate for the next 'terrorist attack' and had instead the UK as clear favourite with Spain second.

The gunman who laid siege to a Sydney restaurant was named as Man Haron Monis. He forced some of the hostages to hold up a black Islamic banner at the window of the cafe.

Nobody seems to know who the gunman really was, least of all the gunman who was clearly out of his tree and had been in that deluded state for quite some time. Had be been radicalized or mentally programmed by MI6? Who knows?

Fact is, he was shot dead by police. Two innocent hostages also died in the shoot-out. Thus the incident qualifies as a "major terrorist attack" leaving Sydneysiders on red alert and in urgent need of governmental control and protection.

Only thespoof.com had given any indication of the possibility of such an event in an article published some weeks before.

Ozzie Prime Minister Tony Abbott said to reporters: "These events do demonstrate that even a country as free, as open and as generous as ours is vulnerable to acts of politically motivated violence but they also demonstrate that... we are ready to respond."

It has been officially denied that his speech was written by the same people who write speeches for Barack Obama and, before him, George. W. Bush and that Mr. Abbott is nothing more than an apparatchik of the New World Order bankers and their associates who seek to rule the world for their own manic ends.

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