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Thursday, 15 April 2010

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Is a 1960s Chernobyl-style nuclear reactor built under the Iceland volcano the real problem?

Reykjavik - (Ashes to Ashes): Reporting about the massive poison gas cloud threat from the Eyjafjallajoekull glacier volcano is being deliberately obscured.

Toxic news items surrounding Michael Jackson's son Prince Michael II, aka Blanket, are being used to divert public attention, according to LA celebwatch sources.

The 'explosive evidence' concerning the obliteration of the youngest Jackson child's trust fund, invested in Iceland's bankrupted financial institutions, has dominated much West Coast cyber-reporting today.

The move follows Pentagon fears about the collapse of a Chernobyl-style nuclear reactor built in the 1960s under the Icelandic volcano which has spewed billions of tonnes of toxic gases into the atmosphere.

Iconic Californian news site LAFagHagSlagMag.con advised readers today that Department of Homeland Insecurity honchos 'are probably hiding' the true extent of the Iceland volcanic emissions threat to western civilization using canny internet search engine technology.

Michael Jackson and family remain the most boogled-up news item on the West Coast.

Last week dubious internet sources suggested young Blanket Jackson 'may have accidentally stabbed' his ailing Pa with a syringefull of the lethal Propofool opiate linked to the entertainer's sudden, unexpected death.

Meanwhile the World Meterological Organization is warning the vast carbon monoxide cloud may be heading straight for Krakow in southern Poland where on Sunday US President Barack Obama is expected to join world dignitaries at the funeral of Polish President Lech Kaczynski.

An update is expected shortly.

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