Greece begs Germany to start WWIII and save them from financial oblivion!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Friday, 7 May 2010

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This Spoof has nothing to do with Nazi's wanting to conquer the world!!!!

Greece have begged Germany to start WWIII because they believe that if the Germans were to start the war and invade them they would be much better off under German occupation (sicher).

The Greek Prime Minister has sent a secret envoy to Berlin with an official request to proceed with the attack conquering Austria and Italy on the way.

The Germans are considering the request very seriously because the burden of bailing out the corrupt Greeks is a very daunting prospect and many Germans would rather have Greece as a "Deutsche Kolonie" (It's a great place for throwing the towels out around the swimming-pool and the thought of having the Acropylis belong to the "Gross Deutsche Reich" is mouth-watering).

Austria and Italy would be no problem, they would love the Germans to clear up their immigrant problems for them.

There could be a slight problem with the Yanks and their infamous allies, the Brits, but as long as the Krauts leave the Jews alone, no problem!

Frau Merkel would love to solve the problem and become a leading light in the glorious German post-WWII history proving to the world that Germans are not Nazi's, just simple humanitarians saving the Euro-Zone from disaster and teaching the rest of the world how to do it "richtig, jawohl, an die Wand"!!!!!

Obama has also been informed of the plan and would love the idea of a free holiday on Lesbos with a cool "Deutsches Bier, Sauerkraut und ein Bratwurst"!

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

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