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Thursday, 2 April 2009

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No bread? Let them eat cake!

G20 SUMMIT - LONDON: The Brit media has finally confirmed what the world has always known. The G20 summits are 'just a farce'.

Media mogul Rowdy Rudolph admitted that "This has got nothing to do with solving world poverty, or terrorism or AIDS or making life better for disenfranchised people and helpless women and children. This is plain and simple a gathering of the rich for the rich and by the rich. Oh yes, it's mainly a First Wives Fashion parade. That's all we care about".

Poverty experts agreed saying "this recession has been created by greedy, over-consuming wealthy nations who are now trying to shift the blame onto the poorer nations. When have the rich ever solved the problems of the poor?"

Dame Kately Knickerbocker, a doyenne of the fashion media confirmed, "We're not interested in First Wives who don't look good enough to put on the front cover. It's all about styyy-lle daahling. Some have it, others don't.

"You honestly don't think the media gives a damn about those starving masses out there. Why else would Michelle Obama unveil her 'fashion-sense? She's pretty savvy.

"Listen, If she truly cared about the world crisis she would have worn sedate outfits. She loves the attention as she pretends not to hog the limelight. The G20 summit is about the VERY RICH living the high life, dressed to the gills while pretending to solve the problems of the VERY POOR?"

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