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Zardari jokes banned by Pakistani Authorities

Just got to read a forward from my cousin, Sunder Anna about the Zardari Jokes which are banned in Pakistan. Can't believe that innocous jokes like this can be banned in a country.. But it is Pakistan.. so can't comment!! But I think it is the humour which can help people in Pakistan now who are suffering with the floods to survive.  I am just thinking of asking Madhan (of Ananda Vikatan) to draw caricatures for these jokes.. Political jokes without cartoons are not perfect, is my humble opinion. 

Drop a comment as to which you like. I like No.5!!!!

Okay, lets get on with the jokes....
1. Long lines

A man standing in a long line for food tells the others in the line that he is leaving the line to go to shoot the president. He returns after a few hours and rejoins the line.

“Did you manage to kill him“, everyone asks him.

“No, that line is longer than this one“, he replies.

2. Robber meets Zardari

Robber: “Give me all your money!”

Zardari: “Don’t you know who I am? I am Asif Ali Zardari.”

Robber: “OK. Give me all my money.”
3. TV anchor announcing:

Terrorists have kidnapped our beloved Zardari and are demanding$5,000,000 or they will burn him with petrol. Please donate what you can. I have donated five liters.”
4. Postmaster General announcing-

To commemorate the ascension to the Presidency, Pakistan Post hasofficially launched a new stamp. But the people of Pakistan areconfused which side on the stamp to spit on.

5. Announcement In Zardari’s official airplane…
Mr. President , We are about to land.
could you please put Sherry Rehman (former Information minister) in an upright position. Thank you….
6. Pakistani meets American

Pakistani to American: What do you guys do with thieves?
American: We treat them humanely and give them nice food, warm clothes and long jury trials.
Pakistani: That’s nothing. We give them the presidency.
7. Genie meets Pakistani

Genie to Pakistani:Order me my master.What can I do for you?Pakistani to Genie: Bring me all the wealth in the Swiss bank.

Genie: My name is Genie, not Zardari.

PS:  I dont want to receive any hate messages from Zardari fans.  So I would like to tell the global audience that I dont have anything personal against Zardari!! (As if this blog has global audience.. chuma oru kethu kaamika vendam!)


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Newspaper articles usually employ the classic inverted pyramid style where all of the five W's and H that I mentioned earlier are handled in a single paragraph long sentence. In contrast, television news is more conversational. There the lead is usually delivered on camera prior to going to video, which is a major part of the story. Thanks.