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Johnny & Suzie: The Real Story

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: I will be waiting for an answer

Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Mar 12, 2006 at 11:11

Nobody at Suzie's school was particularly interested in the drawing that Johnny made of her hero - not even her friends. Suzie had come to the school to get away from the bad people at her previous school who had made her life miserable.

Despite the nice clothes and the freedoms she enjoyed she had a reputation for being two-faced and reminded people of the 'cry wolf' story in Aesop's Fables. She had a history of looking up to bad people and causng trouble. But despite this, the headmaster looked at the picture and was sad that Suzie was upset but felt that the world is a tough place and that rather than being treated as a 'special chld' for the rest of her life she should 'grow-up' instead of finding offence in everything that she didn't disagree with. But Suzie was very clever. She went to the school library and made some extra drawings that she knew people would be more interested in. She drew pictures of her hero as half-man/half-pig and having sex with an animal - she knew that the authorities would be interested in these!

So, after drawing her pictures, she stapled them to the picture that Johnny had drawn and took it to her friends who attended a much rougher school. She knew that they'd be interested. When they saw the pictures they were shocked! They had already seen the original picture and didn't think much of it but when they saw the new pictures that 'Johnny' had drawn they were outraged! They went on an orgy of violence in the city centre and smashed the windows in the local shops. It didn't stop there. They were so indignant that many of them killed each other!

Suzie was happy. The headmaster came to her and asked her why she had spread such lies. Suzie denied all knowledge of this but agreed that the people of the rough school were being very naughty and that she would do everything she could to stop them.

Then she went back to the bad school and told them that the Headmaster had threatened to burn their favourite book because of their actions! This made them even angrier......

I think you know the rest. Suffice it to say that Suzie was very pleased at all the attention that she was receiving.....

Anybody who has sympathy for these imams is beneath contempt in my book - but that's another story...

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