Written by queen mudder

Thursday, 21 February 2008

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Bright red colors were such a temptation a NATO source said today

Vatican City - (Farcial Mess): A 1996 NATO military intelligence disinformation campaign that ended up being flogged by Opus Dei to the Vatican as bona fide post-cold war state secrets has been been systematically scavenged by gullible riff-raff like JK Rowling, Madonna-Kebab and Tom Cruise according to reliable reports in London today.

More than 30,000 tonnes of NATO rubbish was fed into a network of bent computer-hacking tin foil hatters back in '96 just before the meteoric sweep into power by Opus Dei's top cheerleader Tony Blair.

The upshot of the superbly managed NATO operation was that Pope JP2 Lodge Karol Wojtyla was guaranteed from being outed a Nazi death camp guard and certifiable delusional psychotic.

His Third Reich henchman Joseph Ratzinger enjoyed continued protection from arrest in the hiring of George W Bush for the 1963 assassination of President John F Kennedy.

And a rabble of US TheoCon wannabes was promoted into Global Piss Process megabux glory.

Rowling was the prime UK beneficiary of the fiction factory that dangled the juciest of worms in front of convicted fraudsters fanning the aura of Poodle Brothers Bush and Blair.

In the US Tom Cruise was allowed to run amok into full-blown Scientology etoilation and a swathe of lesser gullible scavengers like the Reverend Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell continued with their personal delusions of choice.

The success of the NATO operation is only now becoming visible.

"Expect some pretty serious fallout in the coming weeks," a top NATO source chuckled today.

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

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