Written by Frank Miller

Saturday, 29 August 2009

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Earlier today, News Corp (who own satellite company BeSkyBiscuits) accused the BBC of trying to squeeze out News Corp journalists from the theatre of world news by spreading rumours that News Corp journalists secretly hate children.

The BBC have been known to use strong arm tactics in the past including rounding up News Corp journalists into pens with dogs (and feeding them straw) during coverage of the 'European Give peace a Dance' snore fest in Luxembourg last year.

On another occasion, BBC journalists were caught by staff urinating into jugs of orange juice used by BeSkyBiscuits during breakfast when staying at the same hotel during the 1987 Venezuelan Olympic games.

Amazingly no action has been taken against the BBC. Reports have circulated of fish heads being found in the beds of victims and witnesses; a well known tactic used by the Mafia as a warning to keep the hell quiet.

"We've had it!" Whines a BeSkyBiscuits journalist (who didn't wish to be identified and gave this interview over the phone in French and translated into sign language by a deaf lady), "The government must intervene in the name of us, the little guys of multi national News Corp, in the name of free journalism everywhere, the BBC has to just fuck off and leave us alone!"

The BBC has refused to comment on either the News Corp accusations or the new policy for BBC journalists to wear matching tan uniforms with jack boots and red arm bands.

Frank (not a Nazi) Miller for Spoof News (also not Nazis)

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Topics: BBC, Nazi, News Corp

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