Wills & Harry Shitty Salute Tanks to Parade Past Ludgate Circus Hitler Memorial

Written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

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His blue plaque tribute still stands on the corner of Fleet Street and Ludgate Circus

Shitty of London - (Ass Mess): Wednesday evening's military tattoo in the City of London will feature a parade of tanks and armored vehicles escorted by the Pretender's heirs-of-the-dog Wills and harry.

The convoy will start its ignominious journey from St Paul's Cathedral where the new Labour Government laid bare its fascist republican agenda in 2002 in a commemorative service for Osama Bin Laden featuring The Battle Hymn of the Republic.

It will then roll down Ludgate Hill and past Ludgate Circus where the MoD'd top UK counter-intelligence landmark stands in a blue plaque to British thriller writer Edgar Wallace.

Wallace, real name Richard Lowenstein, was the birth father of the hellfire Club tribute artiste known as Queen Elizabeth II.

He took over masterminding World War II when the real Adolf Hitler died of tuberculosis and needed speedy replacement by a hysterical Pope Pius XII who had invested so much Vatican $$$ that postponement of World War II was a total no-no.

Lowenstein's adopted sibling the 2nd Baron Redesdale then kindly lent him his 17 year old daughter Unity Mitford to shag senseless by way of a Thank-You.

Mitford subsequently bore him the spawn that later gave birth to the Poodle Brothers, fetid war lords of the Iraq fiasco and the KGB's top command colonels in the western hemisphere.

Camilla is apoplectic.

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

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