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June 15, 2010 17:05

BBC news report June 15th 2020

From our reporter at the Parliamentary Select Committee:

"Are you now or have you ever been a member of a Zionist organisation? Name names or be blacklisted", demanded Chief Prosecutor Galloway at the recent Zionist sedition hearings.

A succession of prominent Jewish MPs, businessmen and women, rabbis, scientists and journalists were put under the spotlight by Sir George Galloway and his committee of Tony Benn, Ken Livingstone and Baroness Tonge.

Several broke under the unremitting pressure and admitted buying trees for the Jewish National Fund. A sense of outrage permeated the room. Lord Sugar, accused of brain-washing young business hopefuls to spout Zionist propaganda, told the committee in no uncertain terms what he thought of them. His whereabouts are now unknown.

Meanwhile, coalition deputy Prime Minister, Salma Yaqoob, was explaining that there was no room in Britain for any Jewish refugees fleeing from West Hamastan. "We will turn back the boats. These people originally came from Poland and Germany, it's their problem", she opined.

Addressing the UN General Assembly, Greater Hamastan President, Khaled Mashaal, said that recent reports of pogroms in Al Quds and Greater Jaffa had been misreported. "Only 5 Zionist aggressors had been hacked to death in self-defence during the Gaza ghetto uprising", he said, "where did you get 100,000 from? - this is a Zionist lie."

President Palin said she had no idea where Hamastan was.

Orla Guerin and Jeremy Bowen reporting from Al Quds said that the remaining Jews were being well treated. Visiting a refugee camp near Hebron he reported, "The Hamastan government showed us the wonderful facilities being provided for the Zionist refugees. Enquiring about the strange acrid smell and some newly built chimneys he was told these were bakeries that Jews liked to work in to make matzo.

However, the Hamas government was unable to provide a certain ingredient for their Passover unleavened bread: "They'll just have to do without the blood of our children", said a Hamastan camp supervisor.

Barbara Plett gave a tearful account of the inauguration of the Hamastan parliament. "I never thought I'd see this day," she said crying into her hanky."

Exiled Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas is reported to be in hiding somewhere in Alaska.
"We have no idea who this guy is", said President Palin, "but jeez, even an Arab deserves a break."

The Hamastan contingent, on leaving the UN, made its way to the newly opened Ground Zero mosque for evening prayers. Crowds of delirious New Yorkers lined the street with Hamastan flags.

One lone Zionist from the Israel Liberation Front was beaten to a pulp as he tried to wave the banned Zionist Entity flag.

At the opening of the Obama Presidential Library, former US President Barack Obama, commenting on the situation in the Middle East, said "I see this as a vindication of my policies, peace has come to Palestine after more than 70 years of conflict".

When a reporter asked him, "What about the Jewish genocide?", he answered, "Please excuse me, I have to show Secretary General Ahmadinejad a first edition of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion which he has expressed an interest in."

The two disappeared arm-in-arm into the new building.

(with thanks to Joshua18 for the idea)

June 15, 2010 17:05

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