Thursday, June 25, 2009


BANZAI7 WORLD NEWS--Two middle-aged Asian men were caught in Italy this month trying to smuggle a purported $134.5 billion in United States government bearer bonds into Switzerland.

At a crowded customs checkpoint near the Alps; two men of Asian descent, traveling on a local train, professing that they had nothing to declare; and a false-bottom suitcase containing counterfeit United States government bonds made out in stratospheric denominations, 10 kilos of garlic and a commemorative set of Elizabeth Taylor DVDs.

Speculation abounds that the North Korean government is secretly trying to dump Treasury bonds to drive down the value of the dollar. On orders from Dear Leader Kim Jong Ill, did the Italian mafia steal the equivalent of 1 percent of the American gross domestic product, using the paper, which supposedly was instantly convertible into cash, to create a giant Kimchee put?

The International Swaps and Derivatives Association has put out a world wide FWMD warning that North Korea is stepping up its effort to construct a giant Kimchee Put.

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