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GLOBAL BS - Guerrilla Media Re-launches Censored CanWest Satire Website

Guerrilla Media (GM) today officially relaunched it's GlobalBS internet parody portal at . The GlobalBS site has previously been shut down twice by CanWest lawyers.

"The online lampoon delivers timely, over-the-line satire which ridicules the self-interested follies of BC's elites," said GM spokesperson Ann Onymous. "Especially Gordo's Liberal junta and their CanWest cheerleaders."

"Vancouver Sun President Dennis Skulsky and his lawyers have been working overtime to censor GM's skewering of the Sun's sycophantic coverage of the BC Liberals and their radical, scorched-earth agenda," Onymous explained.

"In addition to calling in the RCMP to investigate the parody paper, CanWest have used legal threats to shut down two previous online addresses of GlobalBS."

The current top story on GlobalBS website covers President Dennis W. Skulsky's "War on Satire," including secret intelligence reports that civilisation as we know it is threatened by shadowy satirists who possess "weapons of mass-amusement."

Another recent article reveals BC Finance Minister Gary Collins' plan to turn BC into a Batista-esque Banana Republic.

The site also contains the full content of GM's infamous February 21, 2002 Vancouver Sun satirical wrap that prompted Skulsky's aggressive campaign to "seek out the perpetrators... of the counterfeit newspaper... parodied in poor taste."

Onymous promised that, despite Skulsky's big-bucks legal thuggery, the satire portal will continue to be updated weekly to "tweak the noses of BC's rich and powerful."

Visit the current GlobalBS site at - and stay tuned to for legal developments and GlobalBS address updates.

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