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2007-06-22 | |
Last Monday, a new-yorker was apprehended by the local police after setting fire on the West wing of the White House. It has not been established how the man got there, but the FBI investigation concluded that he set fire on the President s daughter, Laura Bush, who spread the flames onto her father and mother, causing them permanent brain damage, inflicting him with the image of Jesus in the desert fasting confronting the Devil. As a consequence, president Bush ordered the US Military 2 attack Romania, as it s president Basescu resembled very much with the Devil itself.
The blaze begun approximately 38 seconds after 23:49, as an eye-witness declared. He was l8r identified as Ossama Bin Laden, as the flames evolved rapidly and lit his beard, but by then, he was long gone in the Air-force route 2 Bucharest, to help his fellow VC Tudor in the rebellion against dictatorial regime of the Sailor Moon. The CIA expert Roland McDonald has run the forensics analysis and detected that the substance used in the firing was vodka mixed with an unknown sort of tzuika, smuggled into the country by the well-known businessman Dinu Patriciu.
The arsonist disappeared from the arrest, as it was held in an US facility in Romania, of which prime-photo-model C.P.Razga had no knowledge, as he had none what so ever.
He has been literally beamed out of the cell by an unknown UFO, as the president stated. Actually, Base was very concerned (as he said consternated) that the american crisis could affect Romania by lighting the presidential hat and cause proneness to him to the aviary flu.
No motive has been invoked, but it s supposed to be an alien sign by order to announce a future attack on planet Earth by a race unknown 2 us...the Omid.
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