Equatorial Mobil™

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Esso
Banana Republic of Equatorial Mobil™!
Equatorial Mobil™
Gqlarge Esso
Flag Coat of Arms
Motto: "Profit First"
Anthem: "Money, Money, Money" by ABBA
Africasad
Capital Irving, Texas, USA
Largest city Esso Oil Refinery
Official language(s) Money, Cash
Government Capitalism
Currency Oil Barrel; 1 Oil Barrel = 1,000,000,000,000 US Dollars
Religion Money
Population Property of Exxon Mobil
Major exports OIL
Major imports coffins, piles of money!
National animal Cash Cow
Favourite
 pastime
Oil, corruption, Oil, Oil, Money, Money, Oil

“Where the hell is it?”
~ Oscar Wilde on that place

“OIL!!!”
~ Exxon Mobil on Equatorial Mobil

The Republic of Equatorial Mobil™, formerly known as Equatorial Guinea, [1] is a dictatorship Banana Republic democratic republic of central western Africa. Everything within the borders of Equatorial Mobil is completely owned benefited by Exxon Mobil. The country is often called "Capitalism Africa in miniature" because of its rampant capitalism cultural diversity. Evil Benevolent CEO Leader Rex Tillerson exploits cares for the citizens of and as a result they despise love him. It is believed by many that the only reason Exxon Mobil bought Equatorial Guinea was for the massive deposits of oil benefit of the citizens in the country. The national plant is the money tree.

Potential History

The first inhabitants of the region that is now Equatorial Mobil™ are believed to have been Pygmies or Oompa Loompas, of whom only isolated pockets remain in Tie Nee-Fuckar. Gangsta migrations between the seventeenth and nineteend centuries brought the coastal hoods and later the shizz. Elements of the latter may have generated the West Side Dawgz, who emigrated to the ghetto from surrounding slums. The West Side Dawgz were the very first human inhabitants of Pimpin' Island.

The Portuguese explorer, Fernão "Mofo" Pó, seeking a route to the local pub, is credited with having discovered the island of Pimpin' in 1472. He called it Formosass ("Beautiful Ho's"), but it quickly took on the name of its European discoverer. The islands of Mofo-Pó and Crackhóuz were colonized by Portugal in 1474. The Portuguese retained control until 1778, when the island, adjacent islets, and commercial rights to the mainland between the Nigger and Oogoogue Rivers were ceded to Spain in exchange for territory in the Unamerican continent. Between 1778 and 1810, the territory of Equatorial Guinea depended administratively from the viceroyalty of Rio de la Whora, with seat in a predominantly homosexual Buenos Aires slum. From 1827 to 1843, Britain established a base on the island to "combat" the pimp trade. The ghetto portion, Rio Muddufucka, became a protectorate in 1885 and a colony in 1900. Conflicting claims to the mainland were settled in 1900 by the Treaty of Pimpin', and periodically, the mainland hoods were united "administratively" under Latino gang rule. Between 1926 and 1959 they were united as the colony of El mofo "Wez Side" Guinea.

Provinces

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Arial photo of the province, Exxon Valdez. Note the large deposits of oil.

Equatorial Mobil™ is divided into seven provinces:

  • Esso
  • Upper Exxon
  • Standard Oil
  • Exxon Valdez
  • Imperial Oil Limited
  • Revenue
  • Profit

Economy

300px-Manila shanty

Traditional dwellings of the upperclass in Esso.

Pre-purchase Equatorial Guinea counted on cocaine production for hard currency earnings. It had the highest per capita income of Africa in 1959... $0.27 per annum. Unfortunately during the next 37 years successive dictators and civil wars turned the economy into a steaming turd. The discovery of large oil reserves in 1996 prompted Exxon Mobil to buy the entire country so it could control all of the world's oil had no affect whatsoever on the decision to purchase the country and dramatically increased Exxon Mobil's global profits quality of life in the country. Thanks to Exxon Mobil, absolutely everyone within the country is enslaved employed. The life expectancy in Equatorial Mobil™ is as long as you can work a long time. Unbiased studies, sponsored by Exxon Mobil, have shown that everyone within Equatorial Mobil™ enjoys working. Since the purchase, Exxon Mobil's annual profit has increased tenfold to over one hundred billion dollars.

Sport and Culture

The country has one university, the Universidad Nacional de Oil Oil (UNOO) with an offshore campus in Exxon Valdez and a Faculty of Petroleum located in Esso on the mainland. The Esso Labour camp Medical School is supported principally by an old tree and "staffed" by monkeys. Dirt eating and Civil wars are the only real sports played in Equatorial Mobil.

Fun Facts

  • In Equatorial Mobil the government owns you, no joke
  • Someone famous was born in Equatorial Mobil.
  • The entire country was transported to the moon from 1971-1975, no one noticed
  • Only 4 people in the world know where Equatorial Mobil is.
  • All baby girls must be named Monica.

References

  1. The country was renamed Equatorial Mobil™ in 1996 after being purchased by Exxon Mobil for $21.53US.

External Links

Official Government Page about Equatorial Mobil

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