Spooks 'wanted to blow up buses'

Funny story written by matwil

Wednesday, 2 September 2009

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The 7/7 attacks. Bullshit.

Two MI5 officers planned to blow up buses in London, in massacres to coincide with the anniversary of attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City, a court heard.

James Alias and Jim Jones, both of Somewhereorother, deny murder and causing explosions to frame British citizens from the British Asian community.

The Old Bailey court in London heard how the pair placed bombs underneath red London buses, and then persuaded four harmless but deluded Asian men, who believed in 'jihadd against the West' - even though that's where they lived - to go and get on those buses. The bombs were then exploded by remote control by Alias and Jones.

Peter Wrong QC, prosecuting, said to the jury: 'It's the prosecution case that these two planned to emulate the fake attacks on the Twin Towers in New York City, in other words they planned to let off explosions to kill people and then to get Asians blamed for it. When, of course, the CIA brought down the Twin Towers, and Alias and Jones blew the buses up.'

Speaking in defence of the two MI5 officers, Cherie Blair QC said: 'Blah blah blah blah, war on terror, blah blah blah. Blah blah blah, the British would never fall for this bullshit, they're not Yanks, blah blah blah.'

'Bus bombs were to show American cretins that 'Islamic terrorists' exist, blah blah blah. Unfortunately for me and Alias and Jones, the British know this is all lies, and Alias and Jones are both guilty as sin. I quit.'

Judge Sir Basset Liquorice summed up by saying: 'Ms Blair has been found guilty of being married to a lying git, who disgraced Britain by allowing British soldiers to go to illegally invade Iraq, and allowed MI5 officers to murder innocent bus travellers in London to grovel to the USA, and to frame Asian people for their own ends.'

'I agree with Cherie, I now also quit, this is all bullshit!', and the two left the court, breakdancing to bhangra music and smoking huge spliffs.

The Polish Embassy in London sent a message to the court, voicing sympathy for 'people that have been framed by fake attacks, so that fascists can have an excuse to kill people and destroy human liberties and freedoms. Who'd have ever thought that would have happened in England?'

It did.

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