Friday, 16 December 2011

Sun[god] Latest: #Manumission for CASH

Whilst distracting everyone with the Phoney War with France, the Bastards have been working hard behind the scenes to develop Europe's own Star Wars Programme. GingerZilla exclusively revealed how a missile clearly hit the Sun[god]. Now the Coalition Against Scylla Haters (CASH) have launched another attempt to control the source of our power. This time however the Sungod was ready and deflected the so called 'Comet Lovejoy*' but showed mercy by letting it live.

This is the continuation of an ancient battle between the forces of darkness and those of light. Every word spoken merely repeats what has been said before. A human microphone that passes through time, which may or may not exist. These are ancient memories not lost to mankind, we cannot forget ourselves. We are truly aware of all that surrounds us only when we are still and the inner chatter of consciousness fades into a realm of pure being. 
What has been will be again
What has been done will be done again
There is Nothing New Under The Sun[god]
or in the Sun most days
So don't buy it
Ye Peril
The Right Honourable Members Led Britannia Astray
The Kraken awaits his gold - orange permatans don't count
At a time when a Classical education was common, the myth of Scylla and Charybdis was often used in political cartoons. In James Gillray's Britannia between Scylla and Charybdis (3 June 1793)[3], 'William Pitt helms the ship Constitution, containing an alarmed Britannia, between the rock of democracy (with the liberty cap** on its summit) and the whirlpool of arbitrary power (in the shape of an inverted crown), to the distant haven of liberty.'[4] The Romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley refers to the same constitutional dilemma in the aftermath of the French Revolution in his essay A Defence of Poetry (1820): 'The rich have become richer, and the poor have become poorer; and the vessel of the state is driven between the Scylla and Charybdis of anarchy and despotism'.[5] [monkey sources]
Why name a  comet after a shifty character from an 80's sitcom? Note also dodgy old bloke.
Why is Bob indelibly linked?
*I don't know if this is to do with Mushrooms or Manumission, however I know they are linked and not just lingually. It has something to do with Ibiza, which explains an awful lot. 

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