In one final piece of epic vandalism designed to annoy Trump, the leftist mainstream media painted the historic building in rainbow colours (see photo right) and bribed Kenyan-born Barack Hussein Obama to release transgender traitor Bradley Manning from prison with a $5 million cheque paid for by the American taxpayer. (Why did you let Breitbart write your blog? -Ed.)
At the inauguration ceremony, which was attended by the entire population of the northern hemisphere, Ronald McDonald shyly offered his thanks to the Board of Deputies for that congratulatory message back in November, before announcing:
The bible tells us how good and pleasant it is when god’s people live together in unity.
Whiny Jews will immediately recognise that as having been a quote from Sol Tevel’s famous rendition (Shurely ‘extraordinary rendition’? -Ed.) of Hineh Mah Tov, albeit with the words “in peace and unity” replaced with “in Washington DC”.
Then he swore the oath – “If you’ll preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and you know it, clap your hands” – and assumed control of a nuclear arsenal along with other fledgling football teams.
The United States is not just welcoming a new President, but a whole range of Cabinet members:
- The State Department will be rolling out the red carpet for Rex Tillerson, who famously told reporters “the world is going to have to continue using fossil fuels, whether they like it or not” while he just happened to be the chief of ExxonMobil.
- To the Treasury, put your hands together for Steven Mnuchin, the first ever Cabinet member with a typo in his surname.
- The new Secretary of Defense, the first ever Cabinet post with a typo in its title, will be James Mattis who supports a two-state solution and says the settlements are a barrier to peace. I’m kind of fine with that.
- Housing and Urban Development will be masterminded by Ben Carson who, when running for President himself, outlined a desire to make Isis “look like losers” – but the American people ultimately decided that they would prefer Isis actually to be losers.
- The Secretary of Labor (there’s no I in ‘team’ and there’s no U in ‘labor’) is to be Andrew Puzder, who controversially advertised his chain of fast-food restaurants with photos of bikini-clad women designed to appeal to the “hungry young guy” demographic: but Trump grabbed him by the pussy and he’s now in the Cabinet.
- Chief of Staff Reince Priebus is the exception that proves ‘I before E except after C’.
Robin Harrow: my dairy*
The recent Al Jazeera ‘sting’ revealing that the State of Israel is, er, pro-Israel turned a lot of heads. Towards Ofcom.
I try to open a new bank account but the clerk gets very suspicious because I keep forgetting my name.
“Robin Harrow” doesn’t exist any more, I tell myself. But he’s still with me, somehow, like Mr Hyde.
At least the first episode of The Lobby is screened tomorrow evening so that will be a feather in Robin’s cap.
I really could not be more angry. Bloody months I spent infiltrating Zionist lobby groups. And what’s the reaction to my scoop? Nothing. “No shit Sherlock” was what the Jewish News had to say. Meshuggers, they are.
Oy gevalt, I’m livid. Oh wait. That’s one of his phrases. I don’t say oy gevalt. Only Robin. Damn.
Episode two showed the brave Jackie Walker defending her right to say that Jews were responsible for the slave trade. I watch it while eating my lunch: a bagel, some Bisli and a finely-chopped tomato and cucumber salad.
Still bitterly disappointed by how calmly everyone’s treating the things I discovered. Israel is paying people to promote its interests abroad! It’s a global scandal. When are people going to wake up, nu? Just imagine if America or Germany paid people to promote its interests abroad.
Some officer from the Jewish Board of Deputies had the chutzpah to suggest that it was unethical of me to pretend to be pro-Israel. “Why?” I ask, “Yachad does it all the time and you don’t complain about them.” “I do, actually,” he said.
As soon as three stars emerge, I light candles. Then I stop. What am I doing? That was Robin’s doing. Part of me is Robin. How do I shake this off? Aaaaarggghhh.
Supreme Court issues unexciting judgment
In a dress rehearsal for its release of the exciting Brexit judgment tomorrow, the Supreme Court last week revealed a less-than-exciting judgment about the syntax bus drivers should use when seating passengers.
Five justices agreed with transport company FirstGroup that its drivers could not require able-bodied passengers to vacate a wheelchair space so as to accommodate a wheelchair user, but they also agreed with the claimant, Doug Paulley, that the drivers should engage in “some attempt at further persuasion or pressure”.
I took a look at the BBC Bitesize advice page on ‘Writing to persuade’ and they suggest:
- Repeat yourself
- Be personal
So perhaps bus drivers could say something like:
Move. Move. Move. Fatso.
- Two men in Devon face imprisonment for swallowing a goldfish. However, the prosecution is on the verge of collapse after a key witness insists that they have no memory whatsoever of the incident.
- A library book in San Fransisco has just been returned 100 years after its due date. Rather confusingly, it was A Brief History of Time.
- The Chinese city of Xi’an has designated short-stay parking spaces for drivers to use while urinating by the roadside – and slightly-longer-stay parking places for drivers who have eaten unhygenically.
- Two midwives in Sweden are offering courses in ‘how to deliver a baby in a car’ after Ikea cancelled its free next-day baby delivery service.
- A deer in Ashdown Forest has been rescued from an electric fence in which it caught its antlers. Fire officers said, “These stag night antics have to stop.”