"The Lord said to me, 'George, I want you to supply the Jews with more warheads... To even things up... Now the other crowd have got Mel Gibson." 3 August, 2006.
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America President, George Bush, sits at his desk, communing with God and starting to write his thoughts on paper with large crayons. He believes that God has ordered him to supply the Israelis with weapons as the other crowd, maybe the Christians, have Hollywood actor, Mel Gibson. The reference to Mel Gibson is probably about his anti-semitic outbursts for which he has had to apologise.
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