Senate Foreign Relations Committee in lockdown ahead of Passover's 'blood-red' eclipsed fool moon

Written by queen mudder

Wednesday, 9 April 2014

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It's all a Jewish plot as the cemetery janitor told St Peter

Washington - Senators with relations committed in Israel have been told to stay dead schtum ahead of next week's great big blood-red eclipsed full moon just as Passover starts on Monday night.

An extremely rare Sun-Earth-Moon-Mars alignment that has twice scammed the USA's premier foreign policy legislator is back to haunt DC with a copycat rendition of ancient astrological fright.

The planetary 1-2-3-4 last took place in 1949 at the birth of the fledgling Israeli state before turning up in almost exact formation during the 1967 War.

Its recurrence this Pesach has been as a karmic blot on the annual religious celebration of the Jewish people's deliverance from slavery in Egypt, mostly by obscure Hassidic tribal shareholders of the near defunct Zion Oil.

Quite what this means for Secretary of State John Kerry is unclear given his deep-rooted Skull And Bones Society background, Roamin Catlick religion and daft-as-brush wife.

Frenzied shuttle diplomacy has seen the Obama Administration's foreign policy gofer flapping around the Middle East like a blue arsed fly with terminal psychosis, regardless of what zodiac horrors might be taking place.

Tonight former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's sometime tarot reader said all hell's likely to hit the White House during the bloody eclipse and it probably serves them right.

Benjamin Netanyahu is 69.

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