Massive Oil Reserves Found In Zimbabwe - US "peacekeeping" Forces Prepare For War

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Thursday, 26 June 2008

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Money Has Never Been The Issue

Reports coming out of Africa have indicated that a "substantial and significant" amount of oil has been discovered deep below the earth in strife torn Zimbabwe.

Geologists from the MDC (moribund diesel corparation) have been unable to prevent the story from leaking and it said there are places where the stuff is literally oozing out of the ground and the oil story has leaked itself.

CEO of the moribund diesel corporation Mr Morgan Justin Chase bank manager speaking from the Dutch tax free Antillies embassy in Bejing denied totally that he had sold out to the chinese.

Meanwhile back in Washington a prepared statement was put into the public domain stating the new current position on regime change. It appears the geordie nation as one have now realised that the time for a change of regime is absolutely vital and King Kevin of Tyneside is said to be packing his cases as a matter of urgency.

Opinion on regime change varies from place to place but former super power The United States Of America is known to be keen as mustard and has in fact mustered its peacekeeping forces and has recalled others from places that do not have any oil, such as Afghanistan.

Whether regime change takes place or not remains to be seen but word reaches us of a white messiah waiting in the wings who would be prepared to take the keys to the kingdom, for a kings ransom, as long as he does not have to give up the day job(match of).

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