Scottish Labourer Rami Lama Buyakasha to step down as head of tragedy

Knight of the long steak knives victim Rami Lama Buyakasha carved up by Lament

"Strategies are like knives, that either serve us or cut us, as we grasp them by the blade or the handle" said Rami with three knives sticking out of his back.

“Strategies are like knives, that either serve us or cut us, as we grasp them by the blade or the handle” said Rami with three knives sticking out of his back.

By Earnest Rom

SCOTTISH LABOUR’S head of aimlessness and talentlessness said getitupye’s to his comrades this week.

Rami Lama Buyakasha’s ‘kick oot the door’ came a month after former general commisar Colin Smythington-Barmy said “baws tae the lot o’ ye’s”.

Labour had previously said Mr Buyakasha was being ‘mutually consented’ and was only waiting to see how much his silence could be bought for.

Mr Buyakasha said: “Being aimless and talentless in a political cabal such as the Labour Cabal is a real advantage. I have been more aimless and talentless than most and this ‘mutual consenting’ is my just reward.”

He added: “I have been part of a team who have not only made the SNP  look credible but seem deserving of a chance in the Neverendum. Now is a good time to move on.”

Last year a major shake-up for the Scottish Labouring Cabal’s organisation was agreed and Mr Smythington-Barmy’s ‘boot oot the door’ was seen as Johann Lament’s face muscles being given more authority.

Mr Buyakasha worked long and hard to make the SNP  look good when compared to Labour.

Ms Lament said: “I would like to thank Rami for making they hauf-wits and ne’er dae weels look better than us.

“He is a man of unconsiderable talentlessness and no-one could ever say that we don’t look poor when compared to the SNP.

“He leaves with my best wishes and assurance that should he wish to come back, the door will always be closed.”

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