Obama begs Iran to give him back his Christmas present, it was meant for North Korea!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 12 December 2011

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Iran gladly receive Obama's Christmas present and now North Korea won't get anything!

President Obama is hoping that the Iranian government is in a Christmas mood because he has asked them to send him his Christmas present back which was actually meant for North Korea and not Iran (well that's at lease what he's telling them).

It seems he was sending one of his favourite toys, an unmanned stealth called a drone, over Iranian airspace towards North Korea when Iranian cyber military guards spotted it. The sent up cyber signals to the aircraft and caused it to land.

The Pentagon rapidly demanded that Iran send their President's favourite toy back to where it came from, Afghanistan (the plot thickens), because Obama always likes to play with his toys around the Yuletide period especially when they're spying over Iranian or North Korean airspace.

The Iranians are not falling for this particular "Christmas Tale" because they don't give a damn if Jesus was born or not and as far as the North Koreans go, they don't either!

The drone is now being paraded around Teheran by revolutionary guards so all Iranians can see that goodwill at Christmas is just a load of Christian baloney and the Yanks are just a bunch of lying hypocrites.

Also Iran is proving to the rest of the world that like the North Koreans their nuclear policies are totally "peaceful" and with this Christmas message of goodwill to all mankind this spoof will now be blown into oblivion!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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