Thursday, April 3, 2008

Bahrain has no room for Nazi orgyists

You know things could be better in your life when you get banned from entering a Middle-Eastern country because of your sexual habits. For FIA-head Max Mosley, things could be much better. The following letter was scribed to Mosley by the Crown Prince of Bahrain, saying in no uncertain terms, his presence is not welcome during the forthcoming Grand Prix of Bahrain.

Dear Max,

I was sorry to learn of the media stories which emerged on Sunday in the UK. In light of the allegations, I suspect you may be deliberating on your planned attendance at the Grand Prix here in Bahrain later in the week. I therefore felt it important to convey the position of Bahrain and its people. Clearly of paramount importance is the success of the event for all concerned - the Kingdom of Bahrain, Formula 1 and spectators. The focus quite rightly should be on the race. With great regret I feel that under the current circumstances, it would be inappropriate for you to be in Bahrain at this time. I don't want to add to the difficulties in which you find yourself, but I hope you understand the position we have taken.

Yours sincerely,

Shaikh Salman Bin Hamad Al-Khalifa
Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Bahrain

Letter obtained from the London Times.

Aside from being barred from Bahrain, F1 teams have issued a statement condemning Mosley and his Nazi-themed sex practices. Not surprisingly, Mercedes and BMW spearheaded the statement. (For those who are automobile manufacturer-retarded, Mercedes and BMW are German companies. For those who are historically-retarded, the Nazis were German too.) Max's week just got a little worse. Ridebuyer's week just got a little more funny.

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