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U.K. Government Official Caught in Internet Plot to Smear Opposing Party

U.K. Government Official Caught in Internet Plot to Smear Opposing Party

There are NO, repeat NO domestic problems in England. It is still the fabled fair green isle it ever was. The people live like kings and queens -- with no small number of well-fed peasants -- all cohabiting in a perfect society: harmonious, healthy, with all future prospects rosy and abundant.

That’s why Prime Minister Gordon Brown’s staff at Number Ten Downing Street have nothing to do. Well, they might have been able to watch the DVDs which Obama gave Brown as gifts, but they are incompatible with UK electronic standards. What’s that about arrogance? But I digress.

During the first week in April -- when the G-20 was meeting in London -- the British media got wind of a wicked story. The leaking of this story is now itself the focus of controversial crossfire between reporters from the UK Telegraph and a conservative political blog, www.order-order.com, a website honoring Guy Fawkes. Fawkes was the leader of a plot to blow up Parliament in the late 16th century and is remembered every November 5 -- with firework displays -- for his efforts. Order-Order calls him the last man to enter Parliament with honest intentions.

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