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The recent death of Sir David Amess highlighted the sleazy economic connections between the UK and corrupt, tyrannical Gulf States connected to terrorism and human rights abuse. Now a new incident has blown up, casting yet more light on the UK's dependence on oil cash from these semi-barbaric countries. 

A few weeks ago Newcastle United, a middle-ranking football Premier League team, was bought by the sovereign wealth fund of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Many fans were pleased because they now hope that their team will be able to buy better players. In fact, some of the even started to wear tea towels on their heads to show their appreciation of the inward investment.

But rival fans at Crystal Palace were quick to point out the poor human rights record and undemocratic tendencies of Newcastle United's new owners, holding up a large banner at a recent match with a cartoon of a Saudi beheading a magpie, the symbol of Newcastle United (see above).

Instead of just laughing off this witty bit of inter-fan banter, the UK government immediately went into a full crackdown mode and activated its notorious Stassi Police Force to hunt down the people responsible for this gentle humour.

The Croydon branch of Britain's Stassi hinted in a Tweet that those responsible would be accused of "racism" charges and dealt with very severely:
“On Saturday 23 October police received a report of an offensive banner displayed by Crystal Palace fans. Officers are assessing the information and carrying out enquiries. Any allegations of racist abuse will be taken very seriously.”

My guess is that they will be immediately shipped off to Saudi Arabia to be tortured to death and beheaded by Britain's paymaster, or they can just do it at the local Saudi Embassy, rather in the same way that Saudi leader Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman had "pesky journalist" Jamal Khashoggi chopped to pieces in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.

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