March 09, 2007

Praise be to TeePee


TeePee leaves for Brussels on Thursday. By late at night a bulldozer makes its way to the end of Ledra Street in Nicosia where it starts pulling down the National Guard outpost and observation point. The media turns up, as do a number of people who want to check out the scene.

TeePee calls a press conference, during which he tells the world that ordereing a bulldozer to get down to Ledra Street to tear down the wall of shame was his own personal decision. It would now be up to the other side to show good will by making sure all landmines are removed (yes, the ones that were removed a while ago) and that the turkish troops ought to be whisked away. You must admire a leader who can take the time to personally track down a bulldozer in Nicosia so late at night.

All those still willing to view turkish troops will now have to go to the Ayios Dometios crossing where they can be seen on the right hand side in the big white building. Troops can also be observed near other crossing points.

We commend this decisive action, as should all residents of Stravaraland. Apologies for our stand ought to go to the man who, while being interviewed by CyBC, expressed his yearning for more and higher walls to be erected.

Also, Michalis Papapetrou ought not to make comments praising the European Union. These foreigners (hey, does being part of the EU make us foreigners as well?) had nothing to do with Stravaraland's brave leader's brave decision.

TeePee, we salute you.

6 Comments:

Blogger Demetris said...

2 questions:

Are you drunk?

Was he?

09 March, 2007 05:39  
Blogger Noullis said...

Heh heh, I take it you read the previous piece. Took a leaf from Lajos Egri and went with a backstory. Or isn't that what he meant?

09 March, 2007 06:07  
Blogger Demetris said...

If he is doing he Jock Ewing thing though, we still got a couple of seasons before 'check the gate'.
Because Makarios only stared in a couple of documentaries and a weird Baudrillardian account of his speech and that famous cross-country drive. And that was already after the Graven A deal.

09 March, 2007 06:21  
Blogger Noullis said...

whirrrrrr, blip, blip.... my new Mac Pro is processing that latest comment =:-)

09 March, 2007 06:35  
Anonymous masheri said...

And now the brave TeePee is going to bring us all together and everyone will be happy except the shopkeepers. The law now says that if you open your shop on a sunday you will pay a fine or go to jail. Long live the government, long live malakia pou sas dernei!!

So who do you really work for tee?

09 March, 2007 10:04  
Blogger Demetris said...

You know, dramatisation.

Me'geia.

09 March, 2007 13:16  

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