In a way only Israelis can:
I say that it’s the only way to handle rock throwing Arabs blocking your path!
The lower ‘selfie’ pic (Jussi Halla-aho and Tuevo Hakkarainen) has been a hot ticket item in the Finnish blogosphere and forums in run-up to national elections. It was taken while driving between campaign stops this past weekend.
What an excellent piece of satire.
2/13/2015, 1:30 pm
Most of us have probably seen Obama’s recent video in which he makes faces, poses in front of the mirror, blames himself over cookies, and draws a picture of Michelle Obama.
It is a little known fact, however, that when the President first took the pencil and focused on random visual ideas, he accidentally drew a picture of Mohammed. The filming stopped. The ruined sheet was ripped out of the sketchbook and tossed into the waste basket.
On the second attempt, as Obama sat in front of the blank sheet and tried not to think about Mohammed; his hand moved making random lines, which in the end, taken together, looked like Mohammed. That sheet also went into the waste basket.
On the third, fourth, and fifth attempts Obama kept drawing Mohammed, in spite of his sincere efforts to draw just some random doodle. When on the sixth try Obama drew another picture of Mohammed, he asked for a break. The filming crew and the President had some milk and cookies, chatting about random things, like Tourette syndrome, Freudian slips, Rorschach blots, and obsessive-compulsive behavior exhibited by various random folks.
In an Israellycool EXCLUSIVE we can reveal the secret intelligence tape which confirms what President Barak Obama (and all the president’s men) have been saying! The attack on the Kosher Deli in Paris WAS Random and the “bunch of folks” killed there were not targeted because they were Jews. Definitely not. No way.
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NOTE: Or as Aussie Dave calls them: The Organization Against Smoked Meats (OrgASM)
This is actually hilarious, and proof that life sometimes imitates comedy 😉
The Finnish comedy team of Kummeli, whose character, the crazy jihadi’Aziz’, is seen standing in the cockpit of a Finnish Mig fighter jet (before they purchased all those F-16’s) in the picture on the right. The one on the left is from Syria, after ISIS terrorists captured a Syrian military airbase a year or so ago.
Here’s the video that Vasara Hammer sent of the actual scene pictured on the right, the fact that they’re speaking in fake scribbly makes it hilarious in my opinion. Something of which couldn’t be done now due to the PC rules in place.
Finland’s Ismo Leikola is officially the world’s funniest person. That’s if you believe the results of a competition organised by the Laugh Factory comedy club in Los Angeles.
The club organised a “Funniest Person in the World” competition for the first time this year, inviting comics from around the globe to compete for the title in a series of shows.
Leikola beat Pakistan’s Saad Haroon and France’s Mustapha El Atrassi in the final, winning the public vote by a margin of more than a hundred thousand votes.
One of Leikola’s most popular jokes touched on the Eurozone debt crisis, with a somewhat different take to Finland’s austerity-focused government.
“Countries don’t owe money to each other, countries owe money to banks,” said Leikola. “If the countries owe money to banks how stupid are the countries to pay. Like the country has an army. The bank has four cashiers and a cleaning lady.”
It’s a start.
BAGHDAD — Reclining on a gold-rimmed purple sofa, the leader of the Islamic State extremist group mulls his social-media strategy as an over affectionate sword-wielding dwarf looks on.
Here’s the town drunk, who has become a zealous follower of the Islamic State, beating those who consume alcohol — though he still drinks in secret himself.
And there’s the shop owner who is informed that vegetables with names in the Arabic language that are female in gender can’t mix with those of the male gender.
That’s right, a new weapon has been unleashed in this country devastated by Islamist militant violence — comedy.
A new 30-part satirical series, “State of Myths,” which started airing on Iraqi state television Saturday, aims to expose the true nature of the Islamic State extremist organization — through slapstick and puns.