Britain tops World League

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Monday, 22 June 2009


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From a recent Iranian official weather bureau forecast.

Plucky little Great Britain has come out Numero Uno in a hotly contested competition to be the Most-Feared-By-Paranoid-old-Twats-In-Turbans!

The entire world was entered in the race, but this Sceptre'd Isle breasted the tape ahead of the pack.

In a damning speech in support of rogue Iranian "President" Avadmedinnerdad recent election triumph the country's "Supreme Leader", (read "Supreme Wacko"), Ayatoldyer Cameinyerear has awarded the coveted top spot to good ol' GB!

In his acceptance speech, perfectly elocuted Foreign Secretary, David Millibling commented that "we 'ave practised 'ard for this. All the years of ge'in' up at 3.33 am to ge' down to the local pool 'ave paid off".

The award will be presented in Tehran at the next Bigots, Anarchists, Sadists, Tyrants, Arseholes, Reactionaries, Despots and Shits (BASTARDS) Academy awards.

Mr Millibling is expected to send an unimportant minion to accept the first prize of 2 weeks in Tehran. Rumours persist that Cherie Bliar remains keen to pick up the gig.

The USA, who came second and are due to pick up a prize of 2 months in Tehran are not available for comment.

CIA officials rushed to deny the conspiracy theory that has emerged in the last few hours - and were extremely convincing in their denials.

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