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4 countries down, 1 to go

Discussion in 'Issues Around the World' started by bruzzes, Jan 22, 2003.

  1. bruzzes

    bruzzes Truthslayer

    In a stunning upset of biblical proportions, Saddam Hussein's global strategy worked to perfection as he defeated four major nations without firing a shot.

    Russia, Germany and China conceeded after a minor skirmage while France phoned in their defeat when they realized that though they were not under attack it seemed like the natural thing to do.

    After 11 years of the UN trying to enforce resolutions for Saddam to disarm, it was decided to extend the job of hide and seek for many additional months.

    Rather than parking themselves down in one of Saddam's cities, ahh Palaces, and waiting for Iraq to present evidence of compliance, the Inspectors decided fun was more important than serious business. Hide and Seek is one of their favorite games.

    After covertly working behind the scenes Saddam was able to perform some amazing coups. Having Libya appointed to the Human Rights head and now working secretly to enable North Korea to head the non-proliferation agenda, Saddam's next caveat is to approach France to host the new site for the UN.

    Saddam's last remaining enemy, the United States, have been infiltrated by his 5th column headed by Hollywood stars and is slowly choking the current dictator George W Bush and his fascist cronies in a magnificent pincer movement of global and domestic dimensions.

    Saddam has re-iterated that after total world dominence, he will elect to retire and perhaps head the Hague Court. He plans to approach Jimmy Carter to replace current Dictator George W Bush as the new Peacekeeper of America.

    Let us rejoice and raise our united voices to our new leader and benefactor.

    Allah Akkbar!!!
  2. mikepd

    mikepd Veteran Member

    Bruzzes, renowned journalist brings exciting latest developments on the international front. Dictator, er, President George W. Bush's view of the world may be tinted but rose is not the color. When last seen the President was reviewing his Oath of Office and pledged to 'protect, defend, and uphold the Constitution of the United States'. Serious ass kicking is in order. Saadam can fool some of the people even all of the time. He cannot fool the United States. We will do whatever it takes to defend freedom. Another President, in another time, at another Inauguration said:

    "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of liberty."

    Saadam is hereby put on notice he is very, very short-time. We are at our core a peaceful, freedom loving people who have no wish for war but do not shrink from it in the defense of what we hold dear.

    We will do what President Kennedy said on that day long ago.

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