Written by Adam Click
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Topics: China, stimulus plan

Saturday, 7 March 2009

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Experts from Taiwan rush to create the framework of a mainland democracy.

China's Communist regime is no more. Just two weeks after pirating and re-releasing as it's own a stimulus package based on one passed last month by the congress of the United States, Red China has stumbled and fallen. Crushed by the burden of over-whelming debt.

"We thought we could out spend the United States. We were wrong." the grim faced chairman of the communist party stated at a hastily called news conference in the people's hall. As crowds celebrated outside he exclaimed, "Chairman Mao's grand experiment is over."

"Our experts have warned us for so long to be aware of pirating,for one day we would fall. That day wasn't long in the coming.When we received our copy of the stimulus bill from our agents in the west we immediately began to try and implement it. Unfortunately translation was very difficult.

"Ultimately, in desperation, we gave one page to each soldier in the people's army with orders to make sense of the words. After many trials the only sentence that made any sense at all was ,"Financial Affairs is Everywhere Long". We have concluded that this instrument was not written by humans but quite possibly by some other animal. Maybe a monkey or ape. Maybe many monkeys!"

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