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Saturday, 4 April 2009

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'Just add the word 'world', and voila! You're qoting Nazi philosophy, duhhh!'

President Barack 'Token' Obama and British Prime Minister Gordon 'Lizard' Brown today made a little mistake, and praised the Nazi idea of creating a new order, only a worldwide one, hardly in keeping with their leftish credentials.

'Ein Reich, ein volk, ein Fuhrer', Obama said, before eating a slice of apple pie, ' I don't even know that I'm basically quoting Hitler and his ideas, sums up how important being President of the United States really is, and how much I really know about the world.'

And Brown added: 'We shall make an empire that will last for a thousand minutes - before I get the sack. We shall then do exactly what the USA tells us to do, and send our soldiers to die in Iraq to please them.'

This is not the first time that idiotic leaders have praised the Nazis without knowing that they were, as Joseph Kennedy said in 1934 'I support Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party', and Obama himself said last week 'I'm scared of tiny Israel, and will send US taxes there to fund the Nazis that run that part of the world.'

But from his grave, deceased Nazi leader Adolf Hitler was ranting and raving in his usual fashion about the G20 leaders. 'How dare they quote me about a 'new order'! The swine, I'll have America turned into an Israeli colony for this, and turn Britain into an American colony!'

'There will be no compromise! The new world order is an Aryan German one, and an American negro saying it's America's or a British Prime Minister saying it's the European Union's is tantamount to a declaration of war! And let me tell you, this time when you take me on it'll be no more mister nice guy!'

Eva Braun was playing tennis on a court in Wimbledon with Marlene Dietrich, while New Order's 'Blue Monday' was playing on their personal CD players.

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