Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Poland should join G5

The G5 – not to be confused with the G8, an exclusive club of the richest nations in the world, plus Russia (snigger) – represents the most populous countries in Europe. Poland, with a population of nearly 40 million, should be allowed to join and make it the G6, says French minister.

Apparently, the main topic of concern for the members of the G5 is cracking down on illegal immigration and ‘bogus asylum seekers’.

Yesterday, France’s interior minister, Nicolas Sarkozy, said that Poland should be invited to join the G5 and help keep out nasty foreigners trying to get into the EU via its eastern borders.

Ministers of the G5 have talked about the need to introduce EU biometric passports, and a databank containing DNA and other personalized information on dodgy individuals (I think they mean Muslims) who are considered to be a security threat.

They will also be coordinating the hire of chartered flights to ship illegals off to the country they came from.

This will be good news for ‘bogus’ individuals in Poland. With 20% unemployment, a clueless political class that couldn’t manage its way out of a paper bag, and an inability to even get in the top 10 of the Eurovision Song Contest, I expect that the queue for these charter flights to be long and keen.

I wonder if they have got any spare tickets?

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