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Monday, 21 February 2011

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Cameron Addressing the Crowds in Cairo

Egypt has been recolonised by David Cameron in a surprise move. With American support British control of Egypt has been re-established.

'I'm sorry we went away' David Cameron shouted from the renamed Trafalgar Quare in Cairo 'now you clearly need us back and I'm ready to take over the reins of power. My friend Rupert Murdoch, who has absorbed Al Jazzera, will be advising your media on how to communicate effectively.'

To cheers of welcome from the crowd in Trafalgar Square, Cairo,who are eager to witness the freedom of democracy, Cameron announced his new Cabinet which will bring in the economic knowledge of George Bush and the diplomatic skill of Sarah Palin.

Cameron's next move is to Libya where he is set to establish British control and take over from Gadfly who has flown to Scotland, as he only days to live. In a prepared speech, made known via WikiLeaks, Cameron will tell the Libyan population that BP are to become partners in promoting Libya as a major Tourist Resort. An oil leak is expected to give Tourists the opportunity to see spectacular black plumes of oil shooting into the sky.

'It will be more exciting than A Roar of Bores in Alice' Cameron is to promise.

In Britain, the excitement is mounting at this new age of British power in the world. 'It is about time the world was taught a few lessons in how to behave' declared the new Field Marshall of the Navy & Air Force Tony Blair.

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