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The great shift
A former British spy has reemerged as a transvestite named Delores.
July 28, 2009 9:34 by Dana El Baltaji
David Shayler, a former MI5 agent who sold state secrets to the Mail on Sunday for £40,000 ($66,150) approximately 12 years ago, has reinvented himself as a transvestite named Delores Kane, reports London-based daily The Independent.
“I am absolutely well,” 43-year-old Delores told the paper. “I have not had a breakdown. My job in MI5 was to stop terrorism and violence. What I saw within the service showed that was not always the case and I had the courage to stand up and tell the difficult truths about what was going on.
“I have spent my life telling difficult truths and now I am in the same situation again. I am the latest reincarnation of the Christ and live a life of unconditional love. Suddenly my whole life makes sense. By exercising the common law right of free will, we can all break out of the system that has enslaved us, started wars and left us mired in debt.”
To be fair, a lot of people would agree with him. Although they might have trouble looking past his prosthetic breasts, his leopard skin skirt, his blonde wig, and his claim to being the incarnation of the Messiah.