Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Liverpool, Slavery

Sunday, 29 January 2012

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Liverpool and Tiger Bay docks just can't wait for the first slave ships to arrive!

Liverpool council are contemplating refurbishing the Liverpool dock area and one of the harbours is to be their "flag-ship" because of a lucrative offer by slave-drivers to have their ships docked there.

Liverpool, one of the main hubs for ancient slave-drivers is to be "reincarnated" as a modern day slave-hub for the rest of the world and Liverpool counsellors, having all received back-handers from major slave drivers, are totally enthusiastic about the latest project to put their beloved city back on the global map.

One counsellor, Micky McSly-Scouser, gave the following statement: "This deal with our major clients, Bulgarian, Rumanian, Ukranian, Russian, Albanian, etc, slave drivers is worth billions to the local community (and me) and promises to be an enormous success. We had the Beatles, we had black slaves, we've got our fab footy team who beat the Mancs and now we've landed a contract that will make Liverpool globally famous once again!"

When asked who the bulk of the slaves actually were he answered: "This is no way a racist thing we are purer than pure in Liverpool, the majority of the slaves are under-aged eastern European, long-legged beauties hoping for a rich life in the New World and we obviously offered our services, their pimps too!"

After hearing of this golden opportunity, Tiger Bay in Wales has also offered to re-open it's harbour for modern day slave-ships, more as we get it...

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