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Pravda: Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab Did It To Stop Global Warming

by | 6th, January 2010

hot-pants UMAR Farouk Abdulmutallab is the subject of Pravda article by a Hans Vogel. And it’s brilliant, in which Mr Hot-Pants 2009 is an endangered polar bear on a plane. Alone. Now read on…

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This winter, instead of the traditional story about a little orphaned ice bear cub or cute little elephant baby, the world was fed a different kind of story. For variation’s sake, the cute animal tales are sometimes replaced by some horror story. Just before last Christmas, a carefully scripted charade was enacted by the combined security services of the US and one of its European client states.

A Christmas charade? Four words: Con-spi-ra-cy…

There is no need to retell the details of the Detroit incident starring the “crotch bomber,” or “underpants bomber,” as the poor Nigerian patsy is usually referred to. Anyone with a minimum of intelligence should have immediately seen the story for what it is: a scam.

The story features under the quite wonderful headline:

Obama’s Drunken, Drug Running and Paedophile Helpers

Umar Farouk Abdul Mutallab

So. A man sets fire to his gonads to kill the infidel and reach the virgins – only to find himself weaponless in the heavenly school disco – and the West reacts by scanning you, the victims. Pravda’s man has a point. He goes on:

In its efforts to institute the ultimate totalitarian state, the US has taken yet another step. For some time now, the US government has been looking for a justification to subject airline passengers to even more humiliating security checks, forcing everyone to undergo full body scanning.

And the naked children come too. So slow is boarding plane that more people are now in the airport waiting to board the plane. You don’t need to get

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