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Discovery of Damascus gay-scene forces Putin to reconsider Syria options

Opinions in the Kremlin have dramatically shifted today following the discovery of a ‘thriving gay-scene’ on the outskirts of Syria’s capital Damascus, forcing Putin to ‘strongly reconsider’ his stance on military action in the country.

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Posted: Sep 8th, 2013
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Syria builds defences ahead of teachers strikes

Syrian officials have expressed concern over the threat of teacher strikes, even though teachers are admittedly not renowned for their ‘Shock and Awe’ abilities.

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Posted: Sep 7th, 2013
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G20 summit stalls as Putin jinxes Obama

The G20 summit and the vital discussion on Syria suffered a major setback today as President Putin successfully jinxed Obama, after they had inadvertently said the word ‘bomb’ at the same time. Putin who was due to make a speech on his opposition to intervention in Syria, instead laughed at Obama and refused to release him from the jinx.

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Posted: Sep 6th, 2013
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Full details of surprise attack on Syria to be revealed after Congress vote

A spokesman for President Obama has revealed that, following a briefing by the Pentagon, the Whitehouse is considering the importance of the element of surprise for any military action.

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Posted: Sep 5th, 2013
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Congress warned – all the ‘cool war names’ will be taken

President Obama has cautioned that further delays on Syrian intervention will seriously restrict the Pentagon’s choice of ‘military monikers’. Unscrupulous ‘patent trolls’ have already reserved the names and web addresses for ‘Operation: Syria Slap Down’, ‘Operation: Nothing better to do’ and the preferred ‘Operation: Recover the weapons we sold them’.

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Posted: Sep 3rd, 2013
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