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Conspiracy Theorist's Russian Doll

Who's *really* at the centre of things?
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Tony Blair twists and opens to reveal George Bush. George Bush opens to unleash a slowly descending quagmire of J Edgar Hoover (dressed as a woman), The Mafia, Lee Harvey Oswold et al.

Osama Bin Laden and His Holiness The Pope versions also available - but beware, these dolls are probably being sold covertly by the CIA and the profits are most likely funding international terrorism.

Fishrat, Aug 01 2006

David Icke http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Icke
"Queen Mother, George H.W. Bush, Hillary Clinton, Harold Wilson, and Tony Blair - all lizards. [zen_tom, Aug 01 2006]

take a look at these http://www.therussi...shkas/political.htm
[xandram, Aug 01 2006]

Conspiracies http://www.thesadba....com/conspiracy.htm
What I always say about conspiracy theories... [pertinax, Aug 02 2006]


       Nice idea, but you forgot the lizards.
zen_tom, Aug 01 2006

       The center Matryoshka is Mel Gibson. And inside that is a pint of vodka.
ldischler, Aug 01 2006

       Very nice.   

       But the true paranoid knows that the world is not so neatly nested, so repeatedly self-containing. Therefore, the hardcore – rather than amusingly dilettante – paranoid version of The Doll contains, at its core, a tiny reflective black sphere onto which the feverish paranoid can project whichever ultimate cause – commerce, international Jewry, the Masons – is preferred, and a gentle tapping of the sphere will cause it to crack and burst, the pressurised stringy foam inside exploding all over the paranoid and his tinfoiled bedsit, paralysing him or her in a quickly stiffening web of tendrils, revealing with diagrammatic clarity the connections and networks of Their System, while simultaneously immobilising the paranoid, knowledge of the Truth coming hand-in-hand with a fatal realisation of the inescapability of the System. And when, of course, the paranoid starves to death, They come in, clean the foam away and artfully stage the scene so that whatever family or friend he or she had will know that they died alone, depressed, at their own grimy, yellow-fingered hand.
calum, Aug 01 2006

       [calum] of course! The common theme among all the most wonderful delusions is that the paranoid him(her)self believes they occupy (albeit unwittingly) a position central to the conspiracy. Thus, for this Russian Doll to be a true reflection of the state of mind of its target audience, it must, at the final instance, somehow envelop the paranoiac, revealing at the final moment, that he(she) is implicated at the very hub of the conspiracy themselves.
And is probably a lizard.
zen_tom, Aug 01 2006

       Don't be so silly. There are no reptilian humanoids on this planet and even if there were, we certainly aren't controlling the world.   

       <flick, flick>
wagster, Aug 01 2006

       Interesting that you post this on the annual equine birthday [Fishrat] - an obvious link there to Royal Ascot... all lizard clues lead back to their vast control centre under Windsor Castle.
ConsulFlaminicus, Aug 01 2006

       If the dolls were made entirely of foam rubber and were all the same size you could rearrange the conspiracy sequence anyway you liked, probably based on whatever you'd read on the internet the night before. <wanders off to vivarium to select lunch>
DrBob, Aug 01 2006

       I think you just gave me an idea for our next game, DrBob!
theircompetitor, Aug 01 2006

DrBob, Aug 01 2006

       How much are you paying for the doll which *starts* as a lizard, then? C'mon, you've always wanted to know who's controlling those goddam shapeshifting lizards, ain'tcha? My money's on Mother Theresa.
Fishrat, Aug 02 2006


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