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Saturday, 27 June 2009

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LA-WHORE, PUKISTAN: The Pak Minister of Infernal Affairs [a former Army General] told international journalists that "even if the Kashmir issue is resolved we will always project India as the enemy. This is the only way we can bully the Americans to continue to provide us with unlimited, unconditional military aid to build up our nuclear capabilities".

Meanwhile, Number One Liar and media hog, Musharraf is back in the glare, this time insisting that he single-handedly resolved the Kashmir problem. "It was those dashtardly Indians that dashed my hopes for a Nobel Peash prize", he told journalists gathered at a greasy biryani-reception.

Mushie offered: "If the Americans want I can come back to politicsh and sholve all the problemsh I created, foshtered and shupported during my 9 years of real dumocrashy in Pakishtan".

A Pak Inferior Ministry spokesman said: "We will never make peace with India - we are too jealous of them. Who do they think they are with their democratic rule and economic success? Big Deal - we have bums and as long as we continue to have bums they will never be able to break us up".

There was no comment from the Indian government but a lowly sweeper caught in the media glare said: "Pakistan doesn't need India's help in breaking up, they are doing a fine fine job on their own. Jai Hind".

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