Mossad blames Peter Mandelson's birth mother for Dubai hit

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Friday, 26 February 2010

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Mandelson's birth Ma is ugly as sin and smells of dodgy cheroots to boot!

Tel Aviv - (Tell Him Anything You Like!): Mossad high command has blamed Peter Mandelson's fetid IRA birth mother, a resident in the Persian Gulf, for the Dubai hit on a Hamas commander wanted for, er, something.

Svetlana Khrushchev, 70, spawned the sordid prince of darkness after a filthy one knight stand with KGB/Mossad double agent Robert Maxwell RIP.

That makes Mandelson Cherie Blair's half brother and a sibling to Lord Levy, Tony Blair's former blind truss portfolio bagman.

Khrushchev ordered the Dubai hit after Israeli intelligence threatened to out her as the international godmother of a paedo cult dedicated to getting away with all kinda sick stuff.

Her elder sister, codenamed Peristal-Sis, once worked for Ronald Reagan and George Bush Senior as a er, 'secretary' (sick).

Since retiring in the UK she has worked tirelessly on perverting the course of justice in a massive cover-up of Thatcher's second, much bigger gerrymandering scandal.

Locals call her Sal the Slasher on account of an array of knives she keeps for gelding neighbors, door-to-door salesmen and anyone else who gets inn her way.

Gorgon Brown is named after the color of turds.

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