Thursday, December 29, 2011

The latest from Dad (Dictators against discrimination)


UN Flags flew at Half-Mast for Kim Jong-il's Funeral, followed by a moment of silence for the North Korean Dictator, who killed, tortured and starved millions of his own people. The UN spokeswoman said it was merely following the customary protocol upon the deaths of state leaders.

Lawyers for the Dad (Dictators against discrimination) are now suing the the UN for discrimination against the deceased leaders of Iraq and Iran. “The fact that the N. Korean dictator was not killed in the hand of the UN forces, cannot be considered relevant, and will not be accepted as a valid excuse to justify the discrimination against Kim's his Libyan and Iraqi peers,” said the spokesman for the organization.

Human right legal experts believe that an out-of court settlement, which will include the permanent placement of the dictators' statues in the UN assembly hall, is likely to be reached soon.

7 comments:

Yun Yi said...

politics is always out of my understanding.

matakami said...

kim is different from libyan leader and iraqi's saddam husein ...
kim loved so much by his people ...

ranfuchs said...

and so was Gaddafi. (Hitler and Stalin too, btw)

nothingprofound said...

I assume this is a parody, and a good one. After all, anything is possible in the absurd world of politics.

ranfuchs said...

:)

Janene said...

The sad thing is I could see this happening. What a crazy world we live in!

ranfuchs said...

@Janene, do you think it's getting more crazy, or has it always been like this, but now we see it more?