Whilst I have been sitting all day on the sofa in plaster and with concussion as a result of last Friday's ill fated excursion to Maidstone Gaol, Thanet Blog War has gone global to a place called Wikepedia. It just shows that a day spent enjoying 'tandoori' green parakeet, courtesy of my hair-raising trip over Blean Woods yesterday with Lord Flashheart in his Gipsy Moth, is self-indulgent.
The picture above shows an assault by Matt B infantry,with bayonets fixed, up the beach at Wikipedia to cut into a location called Moores Pine. Apparently the latest hostilities are all to do with Moores Pine being a location in Wikipedia that has failed to follow NPOV policy which is all to do with 'a neutral point of view'. The objective of General, The Lord Matt, is to cut off personal promotion and business links in Wikipedia and ensure that global guidlines on NPOV are maintained. It all seems rather complicated to a simple aviator like myself, but I am sure General Matt has checked out the legality with the UN and is following The Geneva Convention.
The timing of this diversionary attack to relieve pressure on The Thanet Front has been well calculated. The defenders at Moores Pine have been thinned out to attend a war fund -raising conference at The Victoria Park Plaza Hotel, London. Intelligence sources report that even the General Commanding will have to leave his bunker to make sure that those attending on the 5th and 6th March get value for money ( they are ,after all, coughing up £995 for the two day bash if Private donors and £795 if paid for by tax-payers and that doesn't include a bunk for the night at the Union jack Club!). The cryptic 3 letters, AKJ have appeared in 'sigint' intercepts as being the organisers of this lucrative war chest fund-raising initiative.
I just hope that the Lord Matt has not bitten off more of Wikipedia than he can hold. After a drinks reception, refreshments and lunches at The Victoria Park Plaza, the defenders of Moores Pine can be guarranteed to launch a vigorous counter-offensive.
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