Wednesday, September 06, 2006

United Nations Welcomes Karr and Jeffs as Peacekeepers

Sevens' Satire Report News
United Nations, New York City

In a stunning announcement today the US federal government said that John Mark Karr and William Jeffs will not face trial. Instead both will be reassigned to the United Nations at the request of Koffi Annan the United Nations Secretary General.

The US government says its motivation for avoiding trial of the two men is to avoid the expense of long public trials. Jeffs is accused of arranging marriages for and having sex with minor children as part of his religious practices. John Mark Karr, previously held for confessing to the murder of Jon Benet Ramsey continues to be held on child pornography charges.

According to government prosecutors, the United Nations will be a very good fit for both men. The world body recently admitted its UN peacekeepers in the Congo have routinely raped and sexually abused female war refugees including young female children. The UN admits such crimes extend into the past more than a decade in locations around the world. Various U.N. reports and interviews with humanitarian groups suggest that international peacekeeping missions are creating a predatory sexual culture among vulnerable refugees from relief workers who demand sexual favors in exchange for food to U.N. troops who rape women at gunpoint.

An anonymous federal prosecutor said, “Jeffs and Karr fit quite well into this culture and it allows us to avoid the great expense of trials for both.”

Discussions with Jeffs and Karr have led to plea bargains. According to my sources, both men are excited about the possibility of serving the United Nations.

Koffi Annan commented that both will make valuable additions to the United Nations culture of rape and pedophilia. However, he also lamented that he did not know how sharp either’s graft skills might be. Said Annan, “Graft and corruption may be something we need to teach them to create a fully functioning United Nations representative, one capable of rape and pedophilia and simultaneously accepting under the table money for selling their victims as sex slaves on the open market.”

“All these training goals will take time of course,” Annan added.

7 Comments:

Blogger Jenn said...

That's horrifying. Seriously. I know it's a joke...but it's not far from the truth.

September 7, 2006 at 10:48 AM  
Blogger patti_cake said...

I agree with Jenn, it's NOT far from the truth. Sad state of affairs our UN is in.
I remember the first post I read of yours, about the old lady in the nursing home with the rainbow sticker on her wheelchair. I didn't realize it was a satire at first and it totally gave me pause.

September 7, 2006 at 1:47 PM  
Blogger Angie said...

Hmmm, maybe the UN should consult with the Vatican?

September 7, 2006 at 8:27 PM  
Blogger Ilias- said...

How do we face and correct these problems in our governments, world leaders and prominent national figures? It's beyond my understanding how things like this can happen. Really. I just don't get it. As for what to do about it... I am not sure I know that either. I guess in my view, each of us can be the best self we can be and take responsibility for our own actions. Then, wherever we are and things are happening that are wrong, we can act in a moral way by speaking up or not participating, etc. That or castration (of them).

September 7, 2006 at 10:27 PM  
Blogger Seven said...

Steve,
Very thouhtful comment.

September 8, 2006 at 8:10 AM  
Blogger Enemy of the Republic said...

I've always admired Annan, but I don't admire the United Nations or their so-called peacekeeping forces. Did you ever see a movie called No Man's Land about the struggle between Serbia and Croatia? How about Hotel Rwanda, not to mention the author's own account of his experience? The world gets crazier; our government is no longer viewed as a competent force to solve crisis, and the UN often takes the chicken route out. I did respect them when they did their searches of Iraq, but I guess they weren't too convincing, hence their weakness as an authority in a world going bad. We live in some scary times.

September 9, 2006 at 3:30 PM  
Blogger Enemy of the Republic said...

Oh, geez. Dumb bunny. It's a satire. I didn't see that part. Ignore my last comment. Gosh, I am so simple.

September 10, 2006 at 7:27 PM  

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