French PM: ‘It’s Great to Be Collaborating with Germany Again!’
Paris, France — French Prime Minister Jacques Chirac, in honor of France’s agreement with Germany to undermine America’s efforts in the War on Terror, took German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder on a tour of sites in the French capital city that were visited by another German Chancellor, Adolf Hitler, during his famous Victory Tour of 1940.
“It’s so nice to be collaborating with the Germans again,” said Chirac during a press conference at the Versailles Palace outside of Paris. “I mean, it’s not like there was any real resistance movement when Germany ruled us during World War II. And those black leather coats the Gestapo men wore. Simply to die for.”
Most French citizens this reporter spoke with expressed their delight at being able to collaborate once again with the Germans. A recent poll conducted by the newspaper Le Figaro showed that 95.6% of all French people are hoping to be re-occupied by Germany within the next 12 months. The poll results also reveal that the vast majority of French women are especially looking forward to becoming the mistresses of German officers so that they can have sado-masochistic sex in exchange for silk stockings and extra rations.
“Damn those Americans anyway,” said Chirac during a visit with Schroeder to the Klaus Barbie L’Ecole Superieure du Behaviour Criminale. “Everthing was going along just fine in 1944 and what did they go and do? Land at Normandy. Just like the Yanks, always butting their noses into other people’s business. Well, we aren’t going to take it lying down any more. This time we’re going to surrender to Germany before the Germans have a chance to invade.”
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