H.G.Wells has been hired to turn the clock back in Iraq!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 18 March 2013

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Topped by spies lies!

After the latest revelations pertaining to the scandalous and unnecessary invasion of Iraq, the US and UK governments, who perpetrated the whole thing, have asked H.G.Wells to build a new "Time Machine"!

After the exposure of 2 Iraqi spies who lied to the world and fed war-mongering morons, Bush and Blair, with false information, it seems that the only WMD's that Saddam possessed at the time were his pea-shooters aimed at Israel (which the world could understand). The rest of his mustard gas he threw at Iran during their disgraceful war.

Blair had a chat with H.G.Wells through a medium called Alla B, and asked him how to re-construct his time-machine so he can send the SAS in to kill the lying spies, exterminate Saddam and correct history because of his conscience. Bush has no conscience so it was not worth asking him for advice.

H.G.Wells called Blair a stupid bastard, but did offer to send some aliens over to Iraq, Syria, Libya, etc. Bury them in the ground and call them into action just in case Blair's best freinds, the Israeli's, decided to wipe out the Palestinians, which would cause a "War of the worlds".

Blair declined the offer and asked if H.G. would greet a very old and dear friend, Colonel Gadaffi, in heaven for him and beg him for forgiveness after supporting the bastard and then laughing when the Brits helped to stab him in the back (A common Blair practice)!

PS: Please ask Israeli super-spy, Uri Geller, to check your clocks just in case H.G.Wells changes his timeless mind!

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

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