Written by Clifford Rutley
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Monday, 15 December 2008

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It seemed that it was just the actions of some nutty jihad crazed fundamentalist, when an Iraqi journalist threw his shoes at Bush the other day, but repeated incidents of shoe throwing have changed many experts opinion on what caused the footwear hurling tantrum.

Now, whenever Bush shows his controlled puppet like mush on the telly, people all over the world (even in civilised countries) have started to spontaneously start throwing their shoes at his image. Even Tony Blair, once good friend and secret sex partner of Bush, has started to throw his shoes at his image on the screen.

One man, from Kent who was claiming benefits, managed to sue his local TV news company after they showed Bush making a speech, which caused him to remove his boots and use them to smash up his one and only television set. Thanks to the compensation payout, he now has a 50 inch plasma screen which cost more than 3 grand.

The disease has now started to spread at an uncontrollable rate; causing people to not only throw their feet covers at images of Bush, but images of other puppet leaders and puppet leaders to be such as Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Barack Obama. One scientist told us that is was an instinctive reaction now and there is nothing that 10 thousand years of brain washing and propaganda can do to change it because people are just sick of being told constant lies by their so called leaders.

However, on a positive note, one good side affect could be the unintentional jolt of life that this may give the doomed global economy - as people all over the world are forced to dig deeper into their already empty pockets to buy replacement TV equipment.

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