U.N. Bluehats In Standoff In Cyprus

Just so you know where your tax dollars are going and what they are doing with them

U.N. peacekeepers have upset traditional wild asparagus harvesters on the ethnically divided island of Cyprus by preventing them from entering a buffer zone to gather the tasty shoots.

U.N. soldiers, restricting access to the buffer zone which splits the island from east to west after Cyprus was divided in a Turkish invasion in 1974 triggered by a Greek-inspired coup, say they are only doing their job, but residents are livid.

“This is unacceptable behavior and I have demanded that action is taken,” said Nicos Kotziambashis, leader of the Greek Cypriot village of Mammari which has been particularly hit by the U.N. ban. “The situation is explosive.”

No, seriously, it was a real story.

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2 Responses to “U.N. Bluehats In Standoff In Cyprus”

  1. Glenn Cassel AMH1(AW) USN RET says:

    Put on Blue Beret, loose brains.

  2. darthcrUSAderworldtour2007 says:

    YOU keep the yellow coat UN and I’ll keep Patton and Genghis Khan!

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