23 March 2012

Sensation: Zionist Borat may cause war between Kuwait and Kazakhstan

These are the dry facts:

Kazakhstan’s shooting team was reportedly taken by surprise at a championship in Kuwait recently. Instead of their national anthem, they heard a parody version from Sacha Baron Cohen's controversial film Borat.

Judging from the YouTube video of the gaffe, the team’s reaction to hearing the English lyrics about “Kazakhstan’s prostitutes cleanest in the region” instead of the Kazakh original’s “sky of golden sun” was restrained.

However, the restraint of the shooting team goes only so far. The official response was much more stern and unforgiving:
The Kazakh team insisted on shooting on the official World Cup organizers apologized to Kuwait for a scandalous incident to the performance of the national anthem of the republic during the awarding ceremony of Kazakh athletes. By proceeding intends to join the Foreign Ministry.
Well, there wasn't any shooting yet, the above translation is obviously another provocation by the obviously Zionist Google. Here is another attempt to translate the passage from Russian more correctly:
The Kazakh shooting team insisted on an official apology from the organizers of the World Cup in Kuwait for the scandalous incident with the performance of the national anthem of the republic during the ceremony of Kazakh athlete's award. [Kazakh] Foreign Ministry intends to join the investigation.
And don't you laugh: when the Kazakh ICBMs start flying, there will be no more laughing, I can assure you. Unless, of course, these two nations decided to drown each other in oil - which both are perfectly able...

So far there is only one clear winner:

Addendum. the full text of Borat's version of the anthem (with possible typos in the origin):
Kazakhstan greatest country in the world.
All other countries are run by little girls.
Kazakhstan number one exporter of potassium.
Other countries have inferior potassium.

Kazakhstan home of Tinshein swimming pool.
It’s length thirty meter and width six meter.
Filtration system a marvel to behold.
It remove 80 percent of human solid waste.

Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan you very nice place.
From Plains of Tarashek to Norther fence of Jewtown.
Kazakhstan friend of all except Uzbekistan.
They very nosey people with bone in their brain.

Kazakhstan industry best in the world.
We incented toffee and trouser belt.
Kazakhstan’s prostitutes cleanest in the region.
Except of course Turkmenistan’s

Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan you very nice place.
From Plains of Tarashek to Norther fence of Jewtown.
Come grasp the might phenis of our leader.
From junction with the testes to tip of its face!


kcmeesha said...

no one seemed to notice since no person knows the words to their country's national anthem. although I can still recite the entire national anthem of the USSR

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Wow! I have never remembered a half of it.

David All said...

Once again humor proves to be the worst enemy a tyrant has.

One of the best things to know in advance of a visit to another country is how clean the prosttitutes are so Borat's parody could be considered a public service announcement!

There use to be ICBMs stationed in Kazakhstan, but there were removed after the collaspe of the Soviet Union. Russia's manned space system complex is still in Kazakhstan.


SnoopyTheGoon said...

They can still borrow (or buy for the oil) a few ICBMs from somebody... nah, just having a good time with the story.

David All said...

The old Soviet National Anthem was certainly a stirring piece of music. Listen to it at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lW18-2-QrIg 

kcmeesha said...

they liked it so much that they kept as the Russian National Anthem, just replaced the lyrics

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Brr... Listened to it too many times to care ;-)

David All said...

Sorry, Snoopy, I forgot that the old Soviet Anthem would bring bad memories of growing up in the now deceased and unlamented Soviet Union.  I apologize for my mistake.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

No apologies needed in this case, David. I'm quite cool with the anthem. At least I don't break out in sweat.