Naypyidaw - Charismatic Myanmar President Thein Sein who is currently on a European tour could be critical to resolving the nuclear crisis emerging on the Korean Peninsula says American singer Katy Perry.
On Thursday Pyongyang issued a warning to the world that it is reserving the right to a preemptive nuclear strike against the USA and South Korea. The threats come as tensions raise with tough new UN sanctions being imposed upon Kim Jong Un and his Pyongyang regime.
Katy who is famous for kissing girls and liking it, also sings about fireworks. In a bizarre coincidence her name Perry is very similar to USA Secretary of State John Kerry. Myanmar astrologists have been working on balancing this equation and have now worked out as long as she is in a relationship with John "Ma Yer" rather than split the atom they can take the pee out of their names by using the reduced form of her initial and surname to fuse them into John Kerry.
Former US Secretary of State Dr Henry A Kissinger who was admitted to hospital this week after splitting his sides laughing until eventually falling over at these clever Myanmar magicians, stood up in his dark blue suit, brushed himself off and told Presbyterian nurse Ben Stiller who cared for him during his hospital stay, that all those years the Myanmar military spent building bridges and pagodas was finally paying off and that by embracing Myanmar the Yankee's had just scored a home run.
Kissinger like Hilary Clinton holds charismatic Myanmar President Thein Sein in high regard and is sure he is the man to defuse the critical relationships between Pyongyang and Washington. "Rather than witnessing the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, when the curtains are finally raised on Monday next week, we are going to be privileged to a performance of the Four Puppets" said Mr White who binds books near the Traders Hotel in Yangon.
Katy Perry is believed to be exploring a trip to Myanmar for the annual Thingyan festival in April where it is hoped she can cover 'Kaung Lite Tar Ya Da Yar'.