Written by Jaggedone

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

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The Ukrainian navy successfully planted their flag on Malta!

Not willing to sit back and accept Russian troops threatening their country, Ukraine have decided you go to war with tiny Malta because they feel they can actually pulverise the Maltese and do a Russia.

There is also another reason for this unacceptable sign of aggresion towards the peaceful, Mediterranean island and here it is:

The famous peace agreement signed in Yalta by Stalin, Eisenhower and Churchill after the Nazis decided to surrender was also written in Russian, so mass murderer, Stalin, could understand it and instead of writing Yalta, they mistakingly wrote down Malta and the Ukrainians now feel this is the cause of their present misery.

Russia demanded that the Crimea should remain in Russian hands and Yalta, being one of its main ports and a perfect base for the Russian navy left the Ukrainian navy nowhere to launch their own ships. Malta not Yalta seemed the perfect place to have a navy base so that is the reason why Malta are now under invasion.

Ukrainian sailors disembarking from a rowing boat (their only warship) have planted a flag on the east coast of Malta maintaining that anything the Russians can do we can do better and now Malta not Yalta has been declared as their new navy base.

The Maltese, dumbfounded by the attack, have now approached the UN for military assistance. The first question the UN asked was,"do you have oil?" The answer was obviously no so the UN put their request on hold until Syria finds some oil wells and after they help the Syrians they might contemplate military aid!

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

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Topics: Russia, Ukraine, malta

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