FOURTH POST – DECEMBER 12, 2012 – WOG OF THE YEAR PRIZE AWARDED BY BRITISH PUBLIC ASSOCIATION

FOURTH POST – DECEMBER 12, 2012 – WOG OF THE YEAR PRIZE TO SYRIAN EXILE LEADER; BRITISH COUNCIL OF NATURAL LAW APPROVES PRIZE FOR AHMAD MU’ADH AL-KHATIB.  AL-KHATIB IS THIS YEARS “WILY ORIENTAL GENTLEMAN”.

 
                              Ahmad Mu’adh Al-Khatib seen here as the quintessential WOG.  
It was not expected of the British Council on Natural Law and Primacy of the White Race to bestow upon a French colonial this formerly very English medal.  As Sir Winthorpe Thincuppe stated to SyrPer by telephone from London, “You know, Mr.mmmm, we are expanding our outlook and considering all worthy orientals no matter what white race ruled them.  We’re very please with this Mr. mmmmm…..whatever.”
The medal was announced immediately after a meeting between Mr. Al-Khatib and British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, who just received another, unconnected annual award from the Mercury News Service as Cue Ball of the Year.  “We now recognize Mr. Al-Khatib’s organization as the sole representative of the Syrian people”, he said, “even though we realize he would be arrested on sight if he arrived in Damascus.  Nevertheless, Her Majesty’s Government views with favor the establishment of an exile government of exiles for the Syrians as long as that does not affect the rights of the Jewish people in the 
area.”  
Sir Floodyard Rumpling wrote a poem for Mr. Al-Khatib on the occasion of his investiture as WOG of the YEAR.  Sir Rumpling’s is believed to be a nom de plume for the great oriental poet, Sir Run Run Shaw.  
                                                            ODE TO WOGS   

Across the myriad plains, the hillocks of Cathay, straight into her labyrinthine bogs
Amidst a flurry of boarhounds, all ugly like warthogs, as slippery as Argentine frogs
Athwart soggy logs of indeterminate hogs crowd into the fray like serpentine dogs
Onward and upward, without any purpose, hard rode the army of distractable WOGS. 
The medal is accompanied by prizes especially selected for the winner.  Mr. Al-Khatib will receive an autographed shoe-shine kit and stool which he can sit on while polishing a guest’s boots.  Also, he will have the honor of cleaning the Shepperton Stables with a special tungsten shovel made for the occasion by Tea Company Toolers, Ltd.  He will be the proud owner of a tea service set proudly carrying on the porcelain the immortal phrase: Rule Britannia.  
At the award ceremony, people were clearly pleased with Mr. Al-Khatib.  Dame Beatrice Vulteaux-Brochette remarked:  “My, he seems somewhat civilized.  Or is that his bodyguard?  Oh, come on, where is he really, Cedric?”   

Lady Eloise Muffbarton, Baroness of Duffingthrall, commented:  “Oh, is that what a Syrian looks like.  Hmm. I thought they were African.  Well, this is certainly an improvement.”

Mr. Al-Khatib was so delighted by the attention, he asked to be taken immediately to the Queen’s stables to clean up the floor with his new shovel.  He was then seen mopping the latrines and urinals for tomorrow’s races.  He promises to clip the Queen’s geraniums next week…. “if it pleases you, Sahib.”   
   
 
 


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Ziad. Great piece!

I love Taki’s writings too. Here is another great critiques of the Saudis from his website.

http://takimag.com/article/sour_on_the_saudis_taki/print#axzz2EtEB8u60

So true, oh so true!

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