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This is, without doubt, one of the scariest photographs I've seen in a long time:
Who was that with Jacob Rees-Mogg, winner for three years running of the Derwent Novelty Pencil Imitator Award? When I first saw it, I thought that I had solved the mystery of what had happened to Lord Charles when Ray Alan died. The caption claimed that it was Rees-Mogg's son. But some of us are not so easily gulled.
Look again. Isn't it obvious?
The wretched Ergomaniac - as befits someone so committed to his own promotion, and in clear contravention of not only the Vatican but any sense of regard for humanity - has clearly had himself cloned. It can now be considered a racing certainty that, in a vault beneath their mansion house in West Harptree, a sinister exercise is being conducted, either in preparation for a complete takeover of the country, or (even more troubling, because we've at least had long experience of being ruled by identical inbred dolts) for a remake of The Boys From Brazil.
Either way, be afraid, plebs; be very afraid.