Corruption has become a major export item for Afghanistan. Sources close to the UN have confirmed during a private dinner party at London's Dorchester Hotel that it is hard to resist corruption from Afghanistan as the product is so generously packaged.
The French member of the UN Corruption Monitoring Committee Monsieur Parlez-moi d'Amour said that he was amazed at the level of corruption in French banking, mostly imported from Afghanistan. Asked how a corruption could be traced back to the country of origin, Monsieur d'Amour produced a hand made pipe studded with diamonds and said "very easy" by showing the golden inscription at the bottom of the pipe which read "to mon Amour by Hamid Karzai".
Unlike the poppy fields which can be demolished, corruption may not be stopped at source. There are no border controls which can detect corruption being imported.
Dinner party at Dorchester Hotel was paid for by Dr Abdullah who recently opted out of the re-run of Afgan elections. He made a brief appearance at the dinner party and promised openly that he would be a better president than Hamid Karzai. He left twenty envelops on the table before he left.