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Wednesday, 27 January 2010

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Hamid Karzai made the stunning announcement as he addressed world leaders in London last night.

Mr.Karzai was guest of honour at the Guildhall and made the remark to a packed audience of top types, good eggs and top toff totty!

The Bearded shyster went on to thank the British Army for supplying plenty of soldiers to keep the Taliban busy whilst he and other members of the ruling elite lined their pockets with aid money kindly donated by gullible people in the west!

Mr.Karzai was excitedly taking the chance to be both on Sky TV and to announce his latest initiatives which he'd agreed with Gordon Brown earlier in the day.

The First initiative to be announced was the twinning of Helmand Province with Peckham SE15 in London.

The sheer violence and high murder rate of innocent civilians in Peckham had shocked the people of Helmand at first but they were bribed shamelessly and finally agreed to the twinning beamed Mr.Karzai.

The Afghan President went on to announce his "piece de resistance" which was his intention to rename the capital city Kabul.

Mr.Karzai finished his speech by saying that,"I'm pleased to announce that "Kabul" will be renamed "Kaboom" in honour of all the ordnance & exploding people that make it the modern European city it is today!

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