Written by queen mudder

Friday, 13 April 2007

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Part of the IRISh hacking project

Cyberspace - (Ass Mess): Terrist hackers will soon be able to spy on US military operations over the internet as plans to launch a new cyberspace communications vehicle from the International Space Station were released today.

The new IRISh project will put an internet router on the ISS by the start of 2009 allowing voice, video and data transmission for US military using basic microwave technology developed for hacking into the internet.

IRISh will extend the net into space and allow even the dumbest of wannabe hackers to spy on data flow directly between satellites.

"IRISh is to the future of satellite-based communications what the Provos were to the creation of Al-Qaeda," a NASA spokesman said today.

The IRISh (Internet Router Is Stoopid Hoax) project has been given the go ahead after sucessfully infiltrating the US Department of Defense, under its Joint Culpability and Collusion Technology Demonstration program.

This has developed advanced concepts and put "interrogative concepts into the hands of war criminals in the field full of Bushes."

The IRISh project is one of many that has been doshed up this year via funds missing from the UN Oil for Fraud scam brokered by Kofi Annan.

Other scams include development of smartass sensory deprivation devices and counter camouflage technology designed to make sure Iraqi insurgents get a fighting chance to take pot shots against their US liberators.

"This is a logical extension of realpolitik," said a Global Piss Process spokesman.

"We'll make billion$ from it. Tru$t me."

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

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