Robert Mugabe joined Nelson Mandela at a concert in London's Hyde Park to celebrate ruining once-rich African countries
As current communist and terrorist Mugabe waved to the crowds, former terrorist and communist Mandela said: 'Yes, my fellow hypocrites, we bombed and shot our way across South Africa in the name of justice, and now look at the place, I don't fancy going back there myself!' And Robert 'Bob' Mugabe also said: 'Well, Nelson, I wish people would turn a blind eye to my activities like they've done with yours, I suppose it's because I've done an even better job at wrecking a country than you did, at least South Africans aren't looting their own country.'
Many completely anonymous and badly-educated stars were on stage with the lovable pair of killers, including Saint Bob Geldoff and Bono, well their children and pets, and total nonentity Amy Winehouse made a brief appearance to say: 'Nelson Mandela changed millions of people's lives in some mysterious way, by being in a jail cell while the ANC went around killing people. What a guy! Maybe there'll be a concert for Al Capone next year, though he might get me shot for my dreadful singing.'
And Pope Sanctimonius XXII in Vatican City said: 'Listen, if I can get venerated for condemning millions to death by banning contraception and by amassing lots of stolen art treasures, good luck to the old dynamiter!' Gerry Adams did not appear at the concert.