Written by Clifford Rutley

Tuesday, 21 October 2008

image for Gordon's N.W.O. Lost In The Post.
"Is it here yet?"

After mentioning how he thinks the current financial, environmental and war on terror crisis can all be used as a way to bring in a New World Order, numerous times with all his counterpart globalists around the world, Gordon Brown finally placed an order with New World's Inc last week, but he is upset that it still hasn't arrived.

Leaks from Downing Street have told us that Gordon paid extra for express overnight secured freight, but there still is no sign of his new world order.

To shed light on the situation, we've gotten our hands on the letter of complaint that Gordon sent to UPS...

Dear UPS,

This is Gordon Brown, you know - the unelected Prime Minister of Great Britain. I wish to complain about the fact that I ordered my new world last Tuesday but there has still been no sign of it. I think this is a disgrace and I wouldn't re-elect you myself - even if it was a fake left right political paradigm choice between you, Fed X and Parcelforce - where it doesn't even matter which one of you may hold the pretend reigns of power because the same globalist agenda will still be forwarded.

However, if you are having financial difficulties, then let me know. I have plenty of mindless sheep in this country that will bail out rich people and jump off cliffs if I tell them it is for the greater good - so if all you need is more fake fiat currency, before it is worth nothing because of the hyper-inflation we're creating with all of these bail outs, then let me know.


Gordon 'I'm the Prime Minister You Know!' Brown.

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

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