Nemesis stalks Gorgon Brown's birthday

Funny story written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

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Comeuppance time for Gorgon Brown on his birthday this Saturday

London - (Portents): The goddess of retribution and karmic payback is on a mission this Saturday to smite the fetid UK Prime Monster on his 59th.

"It's not like he's an innocent little Baa-Lamb, either," UK Special Branch sources commented.

For decades the sinister-faced mobster has hidden his true Mossad ID from the public.

However it is an open secret in the corridors of power that Brown is the son of Queen Elizabeth and Pope Joseph Ratzinger.

And a sordid one-night shag with Baroness Ashton - now EU Foreign Secretary for Enron Cover-ups - spawned the House of Ratzinger doppelganger who became Prince William after the original princely brat was killed by Charles during a cocaine binge one hideous weekend back in 1985.

At Illuminati UK HQ today Hellfire Club astrologers met in a group huddle ahead of an expected disaster this Saturday that is expected to topple Brown from his usurper's throne.

"We see tragedy and self-immolation on a bonfire of vanity," someone channeling the spirit of divine retribution commented.

"Nemesis, avenging goddess of crime and punisher of hubris, has marked his card.

"We expect his treacherous mother will kick the bucket in the middle of the afternoon's televised jump meeting and a Special |Branch lynchmob will haul him in," the official splayed entrails interpreter commented.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, is married to Tony Blair's ex-blind truss portfolio bagman Lord Levy.

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

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