Gen. Kiyani takes over Prez. Musharraf in military coup

Funny story written by Goog0L

Thursday, 13 December 2007

LaWhore, PaKiss(MyAss)tan : In an unprecedented turn of events, newly appointed General Ashfaq Kiyani has taken over as the new President of Pakistan by effecting a bloodless military coup against the freshly seated Pervez Musharraf.

It is a deja vu of sorts, for the hapless Mr. Musharraf had unseated the erstwhile PM Nawaz Sharif in exactly the same way in 1999.

However, it wasn't expected of General Kiyani to take over as President so soon, for protocol states that Generals have to wait atleast for a few years before imposing martial law in the land of Pakistan. This makes Kiyani the fifth Army chief to take over as President.

An insider states that Musharraf had been out to walk his dog in the palatial lawns at his residence when suddenly he saw the all too familiar signs of the ousting- military choppers dropping soldiers, sackfuls of meat and pornographic magazines into the grounds and the soldiers yelling "Allahoooo-akbar!! Who's your DADDY now!!".

Even though he was placed immediately under house arrest, dumbstruck Musharraf was heard saying "he would not tolerate the intolerable dishonour and violence done to him and his family and dog" and that he would "avenge the insecure and insecular, radical, principal, infidel jehadi fundamentalists who are behind this horrendous horrible and terrible (affair)".

It is hard times ahead for Mush as he finds himself alienated by his once fishing pal, George W. Bush. Dubya openly embraced Kiyani when promised that the ISI will continue to search Osama Bin Laden "very hardly". Musharraf is now speculated to be planning secret talks with Nawaz Sharif to bring back the country to democracy.

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

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