Anorak News | Cameron’s Conservatives Pan For Gold In Japanese Sewage

Cameron’s Conservatives Pan For Gold In Japanese Sewage

by | 31st, January 2009

IN Japan, the local pass gold in their stools. Muck and brass. To the sewerage plant in Nagano prefecture, northwest of Tokyo

And the workers are panning for gold. David Cameron, pay attention:

Some say the the high percentage of gold found at the Suwa facility is due to the large number of precision equipment manufacturers in the vicinity that use the stuff.]

Others say that the Japanese are gilded within.

The plant has harvested 1,890 grams of gold per tonne of ash from incinerated sludge – a higher gold content than Japan’s Hishikari Mine, which contains 20-40 grams of the precious metal per tonne of ore.

It’s pretty clear that the UK needs to up its influx of Japanese, and collect their stools in piggy banks (bigger slots please!) which can then by transported by secure van to the Treasury for sorting.

Note: Iain Duncan Smith is part Japanese and may be the Tories golden ticket to power!

Note 2: I. D. Smith is an anagram of “Dim shit.”

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