Written by SPECTRUM

Wednesday, 27 January 2010

image for Wee Jimmy Whyman on the Iraq Inquiry
They can't touch me no one is to be held accountable.

Wee Jimmy Whyman is the 5 year old boy who asks never ending questions that most adults find difficult to answer. Jimmy is great on the computer at checking out information and is always reading books.

Watching the news on television they were showing live coverage from the Iraq Inquiry when wee Jimmy asked his father questions about the Inquiry he said "Why are they holding this inquiry when all the judges are hand picked and are all known supporters of the war even although it breaks international war law? and why do they have a one minute time delay on live television if they have already made it clear from the start that no one is going to be held accountable?"

"Its all a scam" said his father "more and more people are beginning to wake up and see that they are giving us constant lies but as long as they can convince enough people through the media they control they can cling on to power"

Once again we have another example of millions of pounds spent on a pointless Inquiry when they would have been better spending the money on the starving in Africa.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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