Russia and Bolivia Involved in a Missiles-For-Llamas Trade Deal

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Tuesday, 29 June 2021

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The missiles that Russia is sending to Bolivia have a range of 2,000 miles as the crow flies.

LA PAZ, Bolivia – (Satire News) – The Bolivian government is thrilled to announce that they have just finalized a trade agreement with Russia, in which the communist country will give Bolivia 12 surface-to-air missiles in exchange for 625 adult llamas.

According to an inside source President Putin is the happiest he’s been since going to bed with the sexy Stanislovich triplets back in 2014.

When asked by a reporter for the state news agency, The Kremlin Voice what plans Russia has for the llamas, a designated spokesperson said that the llamas will be used to keep snow snakes away from the herds of cattle.

He pointed out that llamas have the strongest stomping capability of any four-legged creature on the face of the earth.

Meanwhile, President Luis Arce, of Bolivia was asked what his country is planning on doing with the 12 surface-to-air missiles.

He simply smiled and said that the dozen of STAMs will be used to keep Peruvian jet fighters from crossing over into Bolivian air space.

In Other News. One of the most powerful tornadoes in U.S. tornadic history picked up three mobile homes in Oklahoma and dropped them in Texas, a distance of 29 miles. And though the occupants of the three trailers were shocked-as-hell; no injuries were reported.

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

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