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Politics: Interview with "Harissa"

Monday, November 26, 2012

Luckily I have my first Pöhm been that of the Selt, now behind me.

So time to write something in prose "trashy" or very Serious to process the feeling of liberation appropriate.

How about but to warp back to normal business, moved here with a mixture of both, so maybe garbage about serious things?

"Have you said that would Tirke aufschtelle rocket from Daitsche un 'Nato, but Tirke would shoot when Luscht have.

Pirate've wanted EU country, nothing more Daitschland.

The Stone Brick is slit ear. But nothing geiebte. No Ausstahlung. KannNix make Leite frehlich. "

"Why can not Steinbrück make people happy? And Merkel, who makes the people but not exactly cheerful?

"Musstu understand the woman is' much more skilful, can not keep up with Stone Brick."

"Why?"

"The woman much geiebter in slot ear. Although Jingere has a lot more experience. "

"How is that reflected?" (more ...)

Circumcision of boys: Enddekadenz

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

I honestly had before (which you may believe me now or not) to make no satires of penis mutilation.

Even to glaring appeared to me.

Meanwhile, I've changed my mind.

I am no longer willing to dispense with this agent to make my horror, my protest contrast to express what was secreted in connection therewith and inwischen officially as law in planning.

Eventually it arrived.

Then they should be level, and the Kinderverstümmler -schänder having legitimized, bring a satirist to court.

One who can not believe it yet, how deep, is sunk into the absolutely reprehensible, immoral baseless the sense of justice of the powerful of this country, and their ability to think.

I did not subdue the. (more ...)

From Abhaaren and leek Stink

Saturday, May 12, 2012

After I've just been wrapped with such tiresome issue as any anti-Semitism accusation, I will return to the more funny and healthier things in life again.

Namely: Help hair growth remedy for heavy metal pollution?

You laugh?

Wait's starting times.

As far as I know, the human body dungy these heavy metals is hardly going, unless by olfactory clearly perceptible sweating garlic (sulfur bond) as well as hair loss.

But how to turn a hair, which has not? (more ...)

Oh dear oh the bacon Wulff is gone

Friday, February 17, 2012

Oh dear oh bacon

The Wulff is gone

But he must not dig for gold

That would be too bad

Simply far too sparse

Drum now he gets the honorarium

Twice hundred thousand Eurönchen per year

These servant, Kate, car, driver

They stand to him, the Schwiegermuttscher (more ...)

Satire in shackles?

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Satire can do anything.

Anyway, theoretically.

Sprachverhunzung that does not serve critical, insightful, amusing purposes is, however, to criticize sharply despite this maladministration.

It is used alone namely the humiliation, confusion, oppression.

I know that many can not hear already, wonder why I come back stubborn and over again on this topic.

I invite now from like, read on. (more ...)

From the Satire

Tuesday 06 September 2011

Each real satire is necessarily preceded by a tragedy.

Satirist worst crisis

Friday, April 29, 2011

Sometimes you hit hard as a satirist to reality.

Perhaps really if something happens as in the case of Obama with all the consequences, but at least conceptually in terms of the real possibility of not oversubscribed from within the brain turns out, then one may be very small and useless feel and moreover such ridiculous exactly how it now do not want.

The real world does one then even a caricature by addition increases freehand on everything to konkoktieren still the gewitzteste and three famous old rabbit would be able: The Alchemist kitchen suddenly looks like rusty old hangar full of moldy potatoes, which the rats are already fled. (read more ...)

Dangerous realism infection

Monday, April 18, 2011

It happened to me, that I began to write a satire and in the end came out with a half-serious text.

I had not noticed it at first when writing, as more and more realism seized of the matter. (more ...)

Aphorisms 70

Friday, January 22, 2010

That even non-Muslims might have feelings - even non-religious - that we want'd better leave them out.

Klagauer

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

According to FAZ online Benedict Jerusalem is said to have called his visit "City of Peace".

Invents the joke so easy, no satirist.

For the kind of humor you have to be a priest.