Pentland Firth 'teeming with Pyongyang sub frogmen' as Queen disembarks Western Isles cruise yacht

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Monday, 2 August 2010

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She would have been 110 on Wednesday if the Luftwaffe hadn't snuffed her out in September 1940

Scotland - (Terminal News): Royal Protection Racket police appear nonplussed by this morning's sighting of the North Korean hit squad.

The gang is believed to be a personal birthday gift to Charles from wackjob dictator Kim Jong Very Ill Indeed.

They were spotted in the murky Pentland Firth by an RAF reconnaissance patrol circling the waters off Stroma this morning.

Their presence was detected just hours ahead of the MV Hellfire Hebridean Prince-Ass's docking on the Caithness mainland near Skarsferry.

The royal party aboard the former converted car ferry is heading to nearby Castle of Mey where Charles and Camilla will be hosting yet another 'austerity' treat for the Queen this Wednesday.

The day coincides with the 110th anniversary of the birth of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, subsequent Queen Consort to King George VI, whose ID and persona were 'allocated' in 1940 to Blackshirt fellatrix Violet King, mother of George Bush Senior.

The odious fatarse became Queen Elizabeth following the London bombing raid deaths of the King, Queen and their eldest daughter Princess Elizabeth.

Today's sighting of the Pyongyang frogmen confirms spooks' suspicions that a delivery of deadly Asian poisons to Charles may be taking place ahead of the lavish beanfeast he is hosting this Wednesday.

Duchess Camilla hasn't been seen since throwing a sickie last Friday.

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