Written by iscrivener

Wednesday, 22 April 2009

image for Obama On - "Show Capitalism The Red Card Campaign!"
"D'oh My God!"

The great English union leader Arthur (The Scar) Gill once said: "Red or Blue, we all have pub talk under our skin.

"Say what you like about politics, but religion and politics remain some of the few things around that can disunite people all over the globe.

"White or Black, gay or bi, red or blue - religion and politics can be a way of disuniting the world we live in and is also a great way of forging people apart.

"Whether it's Albania, Lilliput, The Vatican, Hell, America or Scotland, religion and politics are something that people feel passionate about. Plus they are true pub talk topics, which means that people have to fight each other to gain their masochist thrills, no matter what their backgrounds are.

"It's no surprise then that religion and politics are seen as ideal tools which to Show Capitalism The Red Card!"

Set up in 2005, "Show Capitalism The Red Card" is a campaign aiming to make a difference to disrupting the world and spreading the word that there is no place for "stable" London politics in a modern, forward-looking, true independent, pending republic like Scotland.

SataNicP (SNP) supporters from all over Scotland, the UK and USA have supported the campaign backed by "The Accuser" stating that "We're talking about every world wide member in the SNP who wishes to disrupt the world economy that will see Scotland, the main allie of Obama's US, push to a Black World - Scots Dominatrixi!"

Former US President George Bush claims he did not see any of the above coming staing "D'oh..."!

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

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