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French immigrants ‘fraudulently using alias Charlie’

‘Thank the Lord our security services are monitoring Twitter and found so many of these bastards claiming ‘Je Suis Charlie’ when actually they were called Mo, Ahmed, Mohammed, and even Dave,” said Jacques Le Pen of Liberte, Egalite, Frenchy Only.

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Posted: Jan 13th, 2015
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Fox News apologises for calling Birmingham ‘beautiful’

‘I have clearly made a terrible mistake for which I am deeply sorry. My comments about Birmingham were totally in error. I’ve since been shown photos of Nechells and Aston. My prayers are with the people living there.’

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Posted: Jan 12th, 2015
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Twelve amused and four left laughing in satirical attack on IS headquarters

an artist's impression of something which might not have happenedTwelve members of Islamic State have been left seriously amused after a ruthless gang of satirists forced their way into its headquarters and proceeded to ridicule up the place.

Sarcasm, parody and irony are all said to have been used in what many are seeing as a broader attack on everyone’s freedom to stone homosexuals or cut babies in half.

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Posted: Jan 7th, 2015
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Blair Christmas card used at Guantanamo to frighten terrorists

Tony Blair has revealed that his 2014 Christmas Card photo was originally intended as part of a Psy Ops campaign to frighten jihadists at Guantanamo Bay.

‘Look, if we want win the war on terror, we have to be prepared to use extreme tactics’, he told reporters. ‘Psychologists have been using pictures of Cherie in experiments for years, so they’d already obtained approval from their ethics committees.

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Posted: Dec 3rd, 2014
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Suspicious bear found in Paddington Station destroyed by controlled explosion

Among the debris found was the remains of a marmalade sandwich, believed to be a possible ingredient in the terrorist’s chemical concoction.’

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Posted: Dec 2nd, 2014
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