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Thursday, 18 December 2008

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The Society spokesman yesterday who looked uncannily like Saddam Hussein

Following a period of great unrest that included pitched battles on the streets of Athens, Greece, members of the Society of Determined Meekness have made a unanimous decision to reverse their overt response to the Vatican's decision to not grant automatic inheritance of the Earth by meek followers.

In a brief statement read to the press by a anonymous office holder, the group said that they would disown any violence carried out in their name and abhor any violent reaction to the Vatican's policy statement. However, they did say that in return for a relaxation of their feelings on the issue, the Society would like to see a guarantee that all assertive or aggressive personality types be damned to hell.

This quid pro quo situation would expire in 90 days and if nothing was forthcoming from Rome then the Society would restore its previous attitude on the subject. If any thing, it appears that the deadlock between these parties remains solid and much ground needs to be given on both sides.

The Vatican remains staunch on the topic and was unavailable for a comment today.

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