Tuesday, 10 December 2013

EU hails its victory in Afghanistan


The EU issued a statement yesterday praising the work of the Euro Army in securing a victory in the Afghanistan campaign. Signor Barolo told the press corps 

"Operation Mozartballs was the first full outing for the European Army. Units under EU command were provided by Luxembourg, Belgium, Malta, Austria, Poland, UK, Netherlands and Denmark We are also grateful for some logistical support provided by the US. 

Just as the EU has kept the peace in Europe since 1945, for which we rightly received a Nobel Prize, our action in deciding to use military force to invade Afghanistan was made to secure peace. We thank those other nations across the world - Kenya, Kiribati, Tonga, the USA, Bhutan - that provided diplomatic and logistical support."

Troops of the Belgian 'Rabbit' battalion (12th Lesbian) of the IVth Haircare and Catering Corps carry a ceremonial tablecloth 

(Story in the Telegraph this morning; "In Afghanistan, EU personnel sat in offices in different parts of Kabul, rarely communicated with one another and had little coordination with the main effort which was, of course, being run by NATO).

3 comments:

Span Ows said...

almost needs no comment so pathetic is this ridiculous non-entity Eurocrat and the chronic pap he's spouting: I wonder does Signor Barolo really believe his own shit.

delcatto said...

I have this truly horrible image of EU troops landing in this country some day in the future to ensure we stay on the path of EU righteousness. The politicians in this country would fucking welcome them as well.

G. Tingey said...

Can I VOMIT now?