Sarkozy Urges French Strikers to Accept Theft of Pension Rights By the Rich

Funny story written by Felix Minderbinder

Wednesday, 21 November 2007

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PARIS (FMLiveWire) - French President Nicholas Sarkozy has urged striking French public sector workers to passively accept the theft of their pension rights in order to make his rich cronies "even richer."

"Oui, we seek to steal billions of Euros from our workers with my "reforms" so that I and my rich friends can continue our life of luxury," he told strikers.

The foreign born Zionist leader also wants France to support George Bush in another illegal war, this time against Iran, "so that we can steal their oil and allow Israel to steal even more Palestinian land."

"I will not be happy until French workers are earning Chinese wages and working with no rights at all," he shouted. "This is globalization at its best!"

Despite the beginning of "negotiations" with the government, French workers continue to strike.

Train workers, metro transit workers, and power workers have been joined by teachers, police, university students and other government workers in a growing mass strike action of over one million which is approaching a general strike.

"Let them eat cake!" chortled Sarko as he stuffed gateau into his mouth in a chateau owned by one of his rich cronies, in an exclusive interview with FMLiveWire.

"How dare they defy me and the special corrupt interests I represent? L'etat, c'est moi! I have been ordered by Mossad, Goldman Sachs and the Rothschilds to do this."

--Copyright Felix Minderbinder Live Wire

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