Written by Jaggedone
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Wednesday, 2 February 2011

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God moves in mysterious ways, especially "Down-Under"!

After suffering the most terrible flooding in the history of Australia, Queensland are now being battered by a cyclone!

The poor inhabitants of the state really don't know which way to turn after having their homes flooded, their belongings ruined, one state of emergency after another and generally asking: "What the fuck have we done to deserve all of this?"

Well, the answer is quite clear, God doesn't particularly like Australians!

It has something to do with the past history of the continent and especially with immigrants who were shipped there way-back-when! British convicts.

God originally gave Australia to the Aborigines and the Brits decided to take it for themselves by releasing thousands of convicts upon the place. They kicked the shit out of the indigenous people, robbed, stole and inhabited the best locations and generally acted like a bunch of rampaging morons (which they were).

God works in mysterious ways and has now decided to get revenge over those who dared to upset his "master plan for Australia" which was to give it to the Aborigines, kangaroo's, dingos, koala bears, snakes, lizards, spiders, Crocodile Dundee and Steve Irwin the Crocodile Hunter (RIP).

Now the relatives of those British convicts are paying the price for the "dirty deeds" of their ancestors; maybe they should give Moses a call, he knows how to deal with masses of water?

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