Tuesday, February 07, 2006

The Cartoon World War

The Cartoon World War has begun. And Iran has just deployed its cartoons of mass destruction and will fire them at any time in retaliation to the Danish offense.

Indeed, the Guardian newspaper reported today that Iran's best-selling newspaper, Hamshari which is owned by the Tehran city council, announced it would retaliate [against the Danish cartoons] by running images satirizing the Holocaust.

Now Eritrea who is in a conflict with Ethiopia is thinking of launching its own starving Ethiopian cartoons and North Korea who's relations with Japan are shaky is thinking about Hiroshima and Nagazaki cartoons.

Bashar Assad woke up this morning and realized that cartoons are more dangerous than bombs. He immediately ordered his mukhabarat to plot with Teshreen and Al Thawra a series of dead Hariri cartoons for February 14.

To avert the spreading crisis, UN Secretary General Kofi Anan has suggested sending cartoon inspectors to all these troubled countries. All concerned countries felt cornered and threatened him with racist and offensive African slavery cartoons.

The Union of Cartoon Characters (UCC) represented by Tom and Jerry, Archie and Mikey Mouse held an urgent meeting and issued the following statement: "Our reason for being is to bring joy and laughter to people's hearts. Stop the offensive cartoon conflicts that make people sad and angry and give us a bad name.
If you do not stop, cartoon characters the world over will start blowing up your TV sets and burning your newspapers".

In a sharp reply, George W. Bush, who was refused membership in the UCC on mental health grounds, said:"We shall track the terrortoons and defeat them wherever they are".


Blogger Vox Populi - Agent Provocateur said...

It's not Syria's fault!

Ashrafieh was sacked and the embassy was burned because of a Pig-Squealing Championships in Trie-sur-Baise’s (near Tarbes) called la Pourcailhade.


Damn French! I will behead the first French I am going to see.

08 February, 2006 00:58  

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