At least they weren’t shot?

July 5, 2010

One does not disappoint Dear Leader:

North Korean team will be sent to coal mines as punishment, reports say

MORE than one disgraced national team has been heckled by angry fans on returning home – but North Korea’s misfiring stars reportedly face a much harsher punishment.

Unfortunately, crazed dictator Kim Jong-il chose the 7-0 mauling at the hands of Portugal to be the first football game ever broadcast in the impoverished communist nation.

“The Portuguese won the game and now have four points,” the Korean Central Broadcasting commentator said at the conclusion of the match. “We are ending our live broadcast now.” It then cut to factory workers and engineers praising the Dear Leader.

Seems the result may not have tallied too well with Kim Jong-il’s narrative that North Korea is a socialist paradise populated by athletic supermen.

Given the realities of life in North Korea, aka “The world’s biggest prison camp,” I’m not so sure being spared the firing squad was a boon.

The Queen of Hearts has nothing on the King of Heartless.


Qaddafi: World Cup a front for human trafficking

June 15, 2010

Well, I’m glad some foresightful leader has had the courage to stand up and denounce FIFA‘s role as the mastermind behind modern slavery:

I’m surprised though he didn’t mention the secret role played by the Jews and the Swiss as the secret masters behind the FIFA slavery operation. He must be setting a subtle trap for them.

Y’know, has anyone ever seen Daffy Qaddafi and Lyndon La Rouche in the same room at the same time? Just sayin’…  Thinking