In the latest twist in this dangerous saga, Sainsbury’s have called for UN Weapons Inspectors to be given access to Tesco distribution centres. While Tesco freely admit to possessing low grade uranium for “fuel purposes” other supermarkets refute this as they have never seen any nuclear pumps at Tesco filling stations. Tesco’s repeated denial that they possess any weapons grade plutonium is merely fuelling suspicion amongst other supermarket chains
Focus is not lost on the dispute centred on the Northern chain, Morrisons. Still cloaked behind barbed wire and a society that is just about to see a change in leadership for the first time in 20 years, they have adamantly refused the UN any access and tension has heightened with their near neighbours, Asda after the destruction of an Asda meat wagon by a ham and cheese sub
Sainsbury’s claim that Morrisons’ possession of enriched uranium is now blatantly obvious now Halloween is over, as the Glow in the Dark kids clothes range isn’t just reflective material but the result of a nuclear leak. A claim flatly denied by Morrisons.
"Couple this latest threat", say Sainbury’s “with the growing numbers of Tesco Extras and Metros and you have what amounts to an invasion and we will not stand idly by. In recent months whole streets have been replaced by individual Tesco Metros, driving out the population. We have also seen a ring of steel placed around Cheshunt with fully equipped Tesco stores on every corner”
A Tesco spokesman said “we stand by the Nuclear non-proliferation Treaty and urge Sainsburys to do the same. We already have evidence that the influx of sparklers, allegedly ready for Bonfire night are, in fact, spent fuel rods and Sainsbury’s own shoppers should wake up to this deception and double dealing”