Whistleblower Snowden outs US blueprint for geriatric penal colonies

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Tuesday, 10 June 2014

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Potential 'voluntary' clients of the US Affordable Scare Act

Moscow, Russia - Fugitive from justice Edward Snowden has gone public about an audacious plot to round up, sedate and forcibly hospitalize elderly US citizens protesting about the VA fiasco.

Documents published in Moscow reveal a resurrected original Nazi plan, repackaged for the 21st century by European Union jobsworths and sold to the US in a billion dollar sponsorship deal with Glaxative Sniff Klying Pharma.

The scheme would create huge 'affordable care' colonies in remote spots like the Mojave Desert to deal with the millions of pesky American retirees complaining about Obamacare and VA stuff.

100 senior supermax colonies each capable of holding up to 50,000 ageing 'residents' are to be built in the next two years catering to any over 65s judged to display overt obesity, snarkiness towards authority or excessive entitlement syndrome.

Snowden says individual control unit wings will segregate inmates a cording to political persuasion with a special custody suite for incoherent Tea Party activists weighing in excess of 200lbs.

The whistleblower says the penal outposts will be given nice-sounding names like the Nancy Reagan Sunset Years Sanatorium to encourage voluntary admissions into long term scare - uh, care! - provision schemes.

Commenting on the latest Snowden leak a Veterans Department official said today, "The guy is raving bonkers."

Expect the first heavy bulldozers to begin digging in the Mojave Desert as early as next week.

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