NATIONALIST leaders vow to torture legions of unbelievers into submission.
By Owch Yabassa – waterboarding and political torture correspondent
FOR YEARS it has been fashionable to express disgust at the use of torture by western governments. Donald Trump’s new pact with Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon is set to turn that norm on its head and make torture socially acceptable.
The Donald, yesterday, vowed to continue torturing the populace of the free world and claimed to have taken a leaf out of Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon’s books:
“Theresa May has tortured both the Brits and the Europeans for months now over what Brexit actually means.
“First she said ‘Brexit means Brexit” and then she said “Brexit means a red, white and blue Brexit”, which meant Brexit wasn’t a black, white or grey Brexit.
“That’s one of the most effective forms of mass population torture I have ever witnessed. Even I found it tortuous and I thought I was a master of the art.”
Theresa May thanked the Donald and even found time to coin a new slogan in praise of the new mutually exclusive torture pact:
“Torture means torture” she said. “And our torture will be a red, black and blue torture which will become infamous throughout the western world.”
Not to be outdone, but knowing her place, Firstminster Sturgeon made the following pledge:
“I swear that I will continue torturing the population of Scotland by threatening to call a second independence referendum every time someone looks at me the wrong way or says something I don’t like.
“Unlike Prime Minister May and President Trump I have managed to torture the whole of the Scottish population simultaneously.
“First I tortured the Unionists with my threats to call a second independence referendum. And then I tortured my ain folk with my pledge to take indpendence aff the table if we could compromise on Brexit meaning something other than Brexit.”
All three leaders have entered willingly into the torture pact and have vowed to continue torturing anyone who has the misfortune to hear anything they have to say.