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Thursday, 2 April 2009

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London, UK: On the sideline of G20 meeting, a new development is taking place which is still hush-hush to the vast majority of the public. In a secret room, discussion between the Chinese government and the US administration, the US administrations are trying sell United State as a country to China for a mere 1 cent.

The Chinese government is adamant that they are going to refuse this offer. They are citing that US government owes about 10 trillion dollar already to China and they don't even have any thing to sell them again. The Chinese government is so furious at US administration that their leader can't find a word to express his anger. The language recognition software which they were using has been broken down during the meeting. They are some how discussing this deal through sign language. Chinese say that how can US sell things which has all ready sold 10 times in past.

But US administration are still hopeful that they will be able to sell for a cent and that way they don't have to repay the 10 trillion dollar loan to the Chinese government.

Learning this development, People in United State are in two state of mind. One is how they are going to live under communist government and secondly they will be forced to learn Chinese language, given their poor history of education.

Oooops! Britney is so excited about this development.

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