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Topics: Iraq, War

Friday, 12 January 2007

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Yin & Yang & War

Welcome to war as bulimia! As the US announced this week an upcoming surge of thousands of American troops into Iraq, our closest ally, England has decided to withdraw more troops. Initially some saw this as a ridiculous contradiction, however, our research has overturned some interesting counter-opinions.

Right-rear Admiral Sir Joseph Saintsbury offered this view: "I think it is a brilliant new strategy that will be studied in war colleges across the world in the future. The enemy, who ever they are, will be so confused by the comings and goings that I anticipate surrender in days.

His wife of 75 years was quoted as saying: "Shut up! You old Sod!"

Daoist philosopher and LSD freak Timothy Nolonger Leary celebrated: " Finally war with a Yin and a Yang. Military specialist and Kindergarten teacher sang: "The tide goes in, the tide goes out and urged all Brits and Yanks to sing along while swaying in rhythm."

From Hegelian dialectic to the code of the Shambala Warrior, contradiction has been declared a good thing. President Bush was quoted as saying: " Finally my research into the ways of the Shambalian Hegelians (It was the topic of his most recent paper written for his eighth grade thesis) has paid off!"

British philosopher and taxi driver Clive Dorchester agreed with the dialecticians: "Yes, live Brits and dead Yanks...very dialectical..."

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