Monday 11 July 2011

Gaddafi The Barking Cat

Mad-as-ham dictator Muammar al’Gaddafi has seen the NATO strikes against his regime turned back as a result of public opinion today when he revealed that he could not help whatever he had done, because he is a cat. Gaddafi (named for Gaddafi The Barking Cat in Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, T.S Elliot) shot to power in 1969 when he led a bloodless coup against King Idris of Libya. The revolution was most popularly dramatised by Andrew Lloyd Webber. King Idris was not Welsh.
Now in context with his being a cat scenes of carnage are greeted with sighs of ‘Ahhhh, look at the evil kitty’. When evidence has come to light of torture this has now been put down to ‘playing’. Indeed, western governments look set to topple in the wake of it being found that bombs were dropped on an admittedly deranged cat, but a cat nonetheless. The British Prime Minister David Cameron today started to point out that for weeks now Gaddafi had been bringing half-dead rebels into the bedroom, until booed by the press revealed that his grandmother was a cat, and so too was his grandmother.
In a hastily arranged press conference just an hour ago, Gaddafi The Barking Cat announced to the world that he is ‘so wonderfully, wonderfully, wonderfully, wonderfully pretty’ and as such he invited all there to ‘go into the sea, you and me’. All these years and no one heard.
Then he ate a mouse. So you know, cat or lizard. Best ask David Icke.   

No comments:

Post a Comment