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'Promoting Prosperity' through National Socialism

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Updated The powers that be yesterday blocked unauthorised access to the website of the Progressive Governance Summit following our discovery that it was, in lieu of "Promoting Prosperity", actually promoting National Socialism.

The Progressive Governance Summit logoThe chilling proof of UK.gov's plans for a blond-haired, blue-eyed future comes in the form of the logo, as seen here. Lurking in the shadows is the unmistakable crooked cross much beloved of Alsatian-owning vegetarians.

We were going to make our dossier available to the relevant authorities when it suddenly dawned on us that any attempt to alert them would certainly result in an early-morning knock at the door by men dressed in long black leather coats and bearing Progressive Governance armbands.

El Reg will continue to broadcast for as long as is possible, but if it suddenly falls silent, please... ®

Update

The site became reavailable to the unwashed masses at around lunchtime today - complete with denazified logo and nice YouTube greeting from Gordo. Bless.

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