Hardik Vaidya

Rookie - 314 Points (26 Dec 1969, I won't be dead till you know I am alive. / Mahuva, Gujarat, India.)

America and China lets Deal.

My Fellow Americans,
A Few Good men need your inventive brains.
A Few in a country of Billon is many.
A Few Bad apples are hell bent on raping our women.
A Few in a country of Billion is many.
We want you to design Natural looking Cyborgs, such that after resistance when touched upon,
The Phallus is trapped and retained within like a spent card in an ATM.
In return we will assist and rid the gun from the minds of your children.
Achtung! My Fellow Chinese Workers,
A Few Good Men need your disciplined straight lined brains.
A Few in a country of Billion is many.
A Few bad apples are hell bent on raping our women.
A Few in a country of Billion is many.
We want you to manufacture and ship the Cyborgs, exactly as per the American Design,
Built in mass scale half a billion to be precise.
Question is What shall we give you in return?
Will our leftist politicians do?
They have been brainwashed to believe in Democrasy too.
And above all We will thank you both,
For the Freedom of our mothers, daughters and tomorrows.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 06, 2013
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