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Lobster Torture Kinky and Immoral - Correctives

Kinky Fish and Lobster Torturing!!! Bald Transvestite
Union Negotiators!!! Dog Cuisine!!!

"Fish and lobster torturing is kinky and immoral. The
Corrective Party opposes other submissions to do with
the Employment Relations Bill, including the use of
burly bald transvestites as contract negotiators!!!"
said Sister Psychotica SM, referring to a newspaper
advert about the ERB several months ago.

"We think that fish and lobster torturing should be
prosecuted under bestiality laws, and all perpetrators
of this offence should be splayed over a trestle and
whipped unceasingly!!!" she continued.

"We also notice that Winstone First is campaigning
against the use of dogs as food. We think this is an
attempt to curry favour with the ARF Party, whose
membership is directly affected. We urge Winstone
First to keep quiet about this, as a certain
Aucklandian Prebbo may disappear next..."

Contact: Sister Psychotica SM/
06 3583609.

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