Mongolia Ordered to Pay Reparations of $91 Quadrillion to Countries Invaded from A.D. 450-1420

Funny story written by Jaki Treehorn

Wednesday, 20 March 2019

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Genghis Khan Oversees Destruction of Conquered Village

Ulan Bator, Mongolia - A judge in the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has confirmed a lower court ruling that the country of Mongolia should pay reparations to every man, woman and child residing in the remaining countries of the world, of approximately 91 quadrillion dollars for the attempted total destruction of civilization during a period from A.D. 450 to A.D. 1420.

During the time period in question, invaders from Central Asia in and around Mongolia, led by Attila the Hun, Genghis Khan, Kublai Khan and Tamerlane, devastated a large percentage of the known civilized world including the present countries of China, Russia, Turkey, Iran, India, and many in Europe.

The class-action award, which includes compensation for millions of deaths and injuries, loss of property, survivor trauma, punitive damages, and interest accruing for centuries, amounts to around $30 billion for each current resident of Mongolia.

Said one resident in the Mongolian capital city Ulan Bator, "I don't think I have $30 billion in my account at Deutsche Bank".

The San Francisco based law firm representing the world's total population besides Mongolia were excited about the ruling. "This is a great day, we will continue to fight for past historical injustices wherever we find them," said one attorney.

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