Written by manbrad

Thursday, 23 September 2010

A new book being published this week says that the RMS Titanic, the largest ocean liner of its era, was sunk not by an iceberg but by a controlled demolition. The book, "Titanic Cover-Up: The Century Long Cover-up of The Twentieth Century's Greatest Disaster (Except For The World Wars and Genocides) And The Century Long Attempt To Uncover It" by Sir Hiram Porous-Steele, reveals that a shadow government within the British government planned and executed the destruction of the luxury liner in an attempt to create a pretext for a major continental war between all the major European powers.

Sir Porous-Steele explained, "Well, it's all very, very complex but indeed the controlled demolition of the Titanic did in fact eventually lead to the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in Serbia and so on and so forth and you'll really have to buy my book if you want the complete details. But yes, it was definitely a controlled demolition. The Titanic sent this telegraph message shortly after the incident: 'Loud "boom" sound STOP Ship shook violently STOP Taking on water STOP.' Who ever heard of an iceberg making a loud booming noise? It had to be a bomb onboard."

Rosie O'Donnell, angry comedian and Titanic Truth expert agreed with Porous-Steele, "Steel doesn't melt even at high heats so how the hell can it rupture when hitting something cold like ice? What do they think we are, idiots? I bet Elisabeth Hasselbeck believes that the Titanic hit an iceberg. What does that tell you?"

Porous-Steele also mentions that on the day the Titanic set sail, all of the Jews scheduled to take the trip received telegrams telling them not to board.

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

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Topics: Titanic

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