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Saturday, 6 June 2009

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Gordon Brown is quoted more than any other foreign leader in Zimbabwe

Despite facing mockery from all the world's press, TheSpoof.com included, Gordon Brown is widely respected by many world leaders. His citations are repeated all over the world.

Yesterday the North Korean Dear Leader directly quoted British Prime Minister when he said to his followers "Elections cause chaos".

Robert Mugabe, the ruler of Zimbabwe, also quoted Gordon Brown when he announced "The public doesn't want an election now."

World leaders eagerly copy Mr Brown's policies as well. The quantitative easing and holding election results for a while before counting the votes, is very popular in Zimbabwe. Borrowing is a big hit in Kazakhstan and other former Soviet republics. Having brothers in the government is implemented in Cuba.

Many world non governmental organizations admire Gordon Brown too. Leaders of Al Qaeda, Hamas and Hisbolla liked the reference to his religious conscience in his recent speech.

Publishers of the most printed book in history, The Little Red Book with Mao Zedong's quotations, are preparing now to print The Little Brown Book. It will contain excerpts from Gordon Brown's speeches and publications.

The book is predicted to be a huge success. However German authorities filed an injunction in the European Court of Justice. They claim that they are entitled to royalties as the most famous Gordon Brown's quote, "I will get on with the job. And I will finish the work!", was first said by the former German leader, Adolf Hitler. Three people heard him saying this in his bunker in April 1945.

Unfortunately the book won't be distributed in the UK. Mr Brown's cabinet ministers are quoting the Little Brown Book in the media every day. It is estimated that pretty much everyone remembers the famous quotes by now and selling the book wouldn't be economically viable.

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