Written by matwil
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Topics: Iraq, War, British Army

Wednesday, 17 December 2008

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'Oh look, another WMD - better send more troops to die in Iraq.'

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown today admitted that British soldiers have only been in Iraq to keep right-wing American colonialists happy, and that many of them have died simply to make Americans richer.

'I admit it all', the former left-wing socialist said, 'what else would the soldiers have been doing there? In the world's third biggest oil nation? Only an idiot would say otherwise.'

But when it was pointed out that originally imaginary weapons of mass destruction were the reason for British soldiers to be in Iraq, and that those imaginary weapons turned out to be imaginary, Mr. Brown changed the subject and started waffling about patriotism and pride, and anything except a single legitimate reason for soldiers of the United Kingdom to be present and dying in Iraq.

The PM - or the 'slimy, reptilian, hypocritical, fat, lying one', as Iraqis affectionally term him - should be shot in Basra. Along with Tony Blair, Donald Rumsfeld, George W Bush, and all the other war criminals that have disgraced the USA and Britain in Iraq by killing tens of thousands of innocent civilians there. Wall Street was up 3 points at the news of Mr. Brown's hopeful date with a firing squad. Shoes were loosening, socks were down.

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