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Tuesday, 7 June 2011

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One batch has been traced to a Baden-Baden Insanesburys 'Taste The Difference' custard donut

Munich - The secret society's Germ(an) warfare wing has been caught cooking up a lethal new recipe to deal with Euroseptics (sick).

Traces of the homegrown genetically modified Eco Lie bacteria have been sourced to a new batch of Plutonium-210, cooked up to target off-message EU dissidents.

An International Poisons Unit team said today that the mutant strain began life as a harmless Crème Bavaroise - a classic Swiss delicacy made with eggs and milk and served as a popular dessert course.

The sweet custard dish - described as 'best served cold' - was to have acted as the gelling agent in the production of the radioactive Plutonium-210 that did for KGB turncoat Alexander Litvinenko.

It had been widely trialled during World War II to repel Stalin's farces in the East and is said to owe its toxic potency to secret White Russian ingredients.

The celebrated French chef Escoffier once claimed that the Bavaroise would be more properly labelled the Moscovite because of connections to the Russian capital's rogue Masonic cult the P2 Lodge.

This rival to the Bavarian Illuminati was an offshoot of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, a nutters cult lead by Aleister Crowley.

Escoffier warned repeatedly that the Bavaroise custard's preparation in 'hermetically sealed moles' would one day cause Europe-wide pandemonium.

"Essentially he was right," UK bio-warfare geeks commented today, "this latest mutant strain of the Bavaroise pathogen has an unique ecological niche in its capacity to resist antimicrobial

A Baden-Baden Pubic Health department source says one batch may have been traced to a Insanesbury's Taste The Difference custard donut.

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