Intelligence agencies uncovers militant Salvation Army plot to "reconstruct" Pakistan
Western Intelligence agencies have warned the public about an impending plot by the Salvation Army, to sow "seeds of reconstruction" in flood devastated parts of Pakistan. The plot was only uncovered when MI5 started having unusually large numbers of Salvation Army charity appeal volunteers outside their offices, on a funding drive to raise funds for their campaign in mainland Pakistan.
An unnamed MI5 officer told the BBC "I'm afraid we're raising the Chugger's severity level from "Only carry small change" to "Leave your wallets at home."
Reports that Salvation Army brass bands have taking part in Boy Scout parades, in direct contravention of an Public Order issued by the Home Secretary, Teresa May. A statement from the Salvation Army said "we do not condone any action that a dissident Charity worker may take in our name. All our stockpiles of Brass Band instruments that have been declared to the Disaster Emergency Committee, to our knowledge have remained secure."
Further rumours that the Salvation Army was planning a reconstruction action in Delhi, India to help finish off "unhealthy and unfit" Commonwealth Games buildings has been dismissed by experts due to the fact "that even the Salvation Army do not have the resources to mount such a campaign at short notice."
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