Gulag Guantánamo Bay - Today Australian David Hicks was forced to plead guilty to a charge, to be filled in later by American Military tribunal. General Ivan Stalinson said: "Them Aussies may have kangaroos, but we got the kangaroo courts and that's what matters.
Prime Minister John Winston Howard said: I can't get involved with Hicks I'm sure the Americans will be fair, as a world leader I have to fight terror anyway I'm told to. Besides I've got an election to worry about; I wouldn't want the voters to think I've given the Americans carte blanche. By the way I am glad for the kneepads my constituency sent to Canberra while I had to please Big Dick Cheney.
In a rare political appearance Karl Rove spoke to reporters about the Australian political situation: "It was a masterpiece if I do say so. My neocon buddies and I have managed to wreck the credibility of the Lefties in Britain and Australia, so that before long war-mongering conservatives around the globe will be taking orders directly from the White House. I won a two-dollar bet with Jeb Bush that we could get Blair and Howard to go along with our 'war on terror' the way the spineless American Democratic party has. Jeb thought that surely someone would see through the rogue, so I bet him nobody of consequence would. I won."
We tried to contact Cheney for a comment, but he was out on a hunting trip with his lesbian daughter-in-law.