Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Connections with Australia and Kazakhstan links to Hell's Angels.

By the late 1970s the rest of the world had begun to take notice of the Hell's Angels. A movement in Europe had been growing since as early as 1972 but it was in 1978 that the network of lies featured a piece on the New York Hell's Angels group. The report was recently banned by US president George Bush as being too 'pro-fag' and 'pro-terrorist'. By the early 1980s there were Angels gangs in over 100 countries, the most notable exceptions being Australia (they're all real men down there) and kazakhstan.

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