Friday, March 11, 2011

Amnesty International Invades Libya

Human Dignity Brigade Attacks!!! 
Egypt - Amnesty International, the premiere organization dedicated to uncovering human rights abuses, has invaded Libya. The pre-dawn invasion was spearheaded by the newly formed Human Dignity Brigade. A salvo of roman candles and bottle rockets screamed into the early morning light while as many as thirty two members of the aforementioned brigade charged into Libya. Soon, the invaders were met by confused soldiers of the rebellion who are also attempting to topple the ruthless dictator Muammar Gaddafi. After a small chat, the leader of the Human Dignity Brigade apologized and asked where the "baddies" are. The rebel soldiers noted that the Brigade may not be up to snuff since several are armed only with super soaker water guns while others have pistols designed to be used with X-Box gaming system. One of the Human Dignity Brigade was confident in his, "mad skills at shooting zonbies."

Although the first deployment of the militant arm of Amnesty International was at most a mixed success, General Sir Ender, overall in command of Amnesty's forces, was jubilant. "See here," Sir Ender stated, "since 1961 Amnesty International has been playing softball with dictators by asking our members to write letters asking the tyrants to stop being tyrants. Today, we sunk down to their level, and by golly, the game is afoot!"

Libyan strongman, Muammar Gaddafi, was having breakfast in his Fortress of Evil when he heard the news. He was happy with the current turn of events. "If this means that those irritating nobs will stop writing me letters about all the people I torture, then it's all good."