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Law, culture, and Catholicism...up in smoke!

Monday, September 03, 2007

Charitable Fascism on the Rise

In the middle of all the call of terrorism these days a slow assertion of power is being made in the Moneyland Empire.

Today, on the celebration of labor, new images were unveiled in Moneyland.

The first was placed in the piazza on the side of a building. Several people were paid to gather and chant the ever-popular, "Our Founder" and spontaneous cries of "Poor old Tom! Pravda!"

The second came in the form of posters handed out to Moneyland residents to place in the entrance forums to show perfect allegiance for the mission of the Founder:
[Es Lebe Moneysland! Poster]
Some "Academic terrorists" were apprehended who ripped up the posters shouting "Beria! Gulag!" and other suspects were rounded up in an effort to prevent them from committing violence against the peaceful and docile residents.

Answering cries of potential critics, spokespeople said merely that their flavor of truth was more palatable than anyone else's.