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Thursday, 19 June 2014

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Weed-deprived indigenous Iraqis, Kurds and assorted Marsh Arabs of the Hadhramaut

Washington - Their mission to open dozens of Weed-Cupcake-U-Like pop-up boutiques in downtown Baghdad will cater to Iraqis' notorious congenital cannabis deficiencies, something World Health Organization shrinks are blaming for current sectarian strife.

Obama's executive order bypasses Congress following the influential House Marijuana Proliferation Committee's vote last week for more abstinence-based therapies for warring Shia and Sunni rednecks.

This weekend two C-17 Globemaster III military cargo aircraft from Andrews Airforce Base will be Baghdad bound, their payload of 20 tons of Colorado Springs' finest weed harvested under last month's heady eclipsed fool moon something of a first in US-Iraqi realpolitik relations.

The freight will be accompanied by hundreds of specialist dope advisers familiar with the Middle Eastern psyche and trained to deal with generations of weed deprived indigenous Iraqis, Kurds and assorted Marsh Arabs of the Hadhramaut.

Commenting on the new twist in Obama's foreign policy a spokesman for Nouri al-Malaki's Baghdad-based government blamed the extortionate prices of Iranian Skunk sinsemilla for sparking recent violence.

One ounce of Ahmadinejad Thunderf++k homegrown retails for around $3,000.

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