PRESIDENT Bush last night stunned White House advisers by adding the tiny Faroe Islands to his 'Axis of Evil'.
The Northern European outpost, whose previous claim to fame was having a hopeless goalkeeper that wore a tea cosy on his head, suddenly shot to international fame after the President's outburst at a Rotary Club dinner.
"They're definitely up to something," he warned. "Just look at the Bible. "They managed to enslave my pals the Israelites and we can't let them do that to us.
"Evil lurks at all corners of the world and the Lord won't be happy until I wreak vengeance."
White House chiefs have been looking to expand their "Axis of Evil" list after a poll found only 76 per cent of Americans were fooled by their retarded scaremongering.
But Washington insiders are raging that the President chose the Faroes Islands - a remote island with a population of just 50,000 - instead of a more believeable Islamic target.
One source said: "We're going to have to work our socks off backing this one up. It was bad enough when we put Cuba on the list, but this?
"We currently have a team of experts examining if it's possible to train puffins as suicide bombers."