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Wednesday, 3 March 2010

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First Sir Bob is buying an Irish tank then he's going to "nuke" the thieving bastard rebels!

Corrupt Ethiopian rebel groups posing as humanitarian aid workers syphoned off $95 million bucks for buying weapons during the drought in 1984/85.

Live Aid, started by Sir Bob Geldof, actually thought the money given to their charity was going to be used solely for the starving peoples of Ethiopia.

Now we know Sir Bob is a bit naive but, well, we could have told you so!

After 25 years of campaigning for the poor and wretched on the planet Sir Bob has now decided to start a war against Ethiopian rebels.

He has asked Bono to support him but unfortunately Bono is too busy counting his millions, also he asked George Michael but he was too busy looking for a Gentleman's toilet where no paparazzi could find him and as for his old mate Midge Ure, he's too busy looking for a new Vienna!

Sir Bob gave the paparazzi the following interview in his best ranting Irish:

"I'm gonna buy meself a fucking tank and blow those mother fuckers off of the planet, flog the weapons they nicked and give the money to those whom it really belongs too!"

GOOD ON YOU SIR BOB, JAGGEDONE IS WITH YOU!

ONCE A SAINT ALWAYS A SAINT!

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