The proposed book burning in Hyde Park of Tony Blair's biography is to go ahead, despite pleas from George Bush to the organisers of the event to desist.
'We feel this demonstration will mean a great deal to those who feel strongly about the harm this book is doing throughout the world' said Protest organaniser Pete Satchell.
Tony Blair is planning to boycott the event, but anyone who can save a book from the flames can take it to him for his signature.
Blair has a special supply of blood red ink so he can place his indelible name on any book that is removed from the fire before it is a cinder.
Prayers are being said for those perpetrating this conflagaration.
London Fire Brigade fears there will not be enough water in the Thames to dowse the flames which are likely to go on for several years.