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Satire dead, eaten by Mr Cameron

After nine months in power, Mr Cameron was asked today what he felt has been his greatest achievement to date.

“That’s a hard question – I think we have worked solidly and consistently in so many areas. But I think our most significant achievement has been to really end satire in this country. We’ve created an environment where no one knows just how far we might go with our wonderful, sweeping reforms that we have no choice about anyway. This ensures that so-called ‘comedians’, who work only to undermine the comforting certainties of ordinary people, have stopped making jokes about us.

How did we achieve this? Well, through hard work and through listening to the people. In fact, mainly through listening to the satirists and then implementing policies based on a literal interpretation of their purported jokes. It’s been working very well so far.”

A small handful of renegade satirists have continued to say unkind things about the government under the guise of humour, but with Mr Cameron’s admission that his policies are based largely on the material they provide, a fearful country is turning fast against them.

The media has implemented emergency measures banning the publication of satire or political comedy in any form, pending further investigation of its disastrous consequences.

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  1. Gervais
    March 10, 2011 at 1:18 am

    Hi S – liking the blog – neat mix of interesting info & sardonic commemt – keep up tha good work! G

  2. Gervais
    March 10, 2011 at 1:20 am

    Oh, you might like this:

    http://stancarey.wordpress.com/

    G

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