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Swaziland RULES!
Swaziflag Bananashit
Flag Coat of Arms
Motto: "Swazi warriors, unite! And now, jump off the cliff!"
Anthem: Sunshine Always
Capital The King's Hat
Official language(s) Growls, pain sounds, called as English by the inhabitants
Government Dictatorship
Absolute Monarch Mswati III
National hero(es) The king
Declaration
 of Independence
by mistake
Major exports Blood, AIDS, Millet
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For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia have an article about Swaziland.
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Mswati III: King of the Man Boobs and Gut Buckets.

The Promised Kingdom of Swaziland is an enclave surrounded by South Africa, somewhere near the middle of nowhere. It is now being rebranded as 'eSwatini' in the hope Apple will invest and turn it into a country for e-commerce.

King Mswati III is the absolute ruler of the kingdom. It is a developing country run by the King and his 876 other family relatives. The country is listed as a bad place if you want a democratic republic.

How something could happen Edit

Through a misunderstanding, the small country gained independence from the British Empire in 1968. The false claim that there would an endangered people, the Swazi, in fact, Somali extras, in a small patch of northeast South Africa live, they get through and had been like many other countries of the black, poor continent, the possibility a beautiful to establish tyrannical dictatorship. These plans was the Crown Prince toilet brush maybe even after protests built the former resistance fighter and porn prince an absolute monarchy, in other words, the same as a dictatorship, just a bit like Kate and Willam, pompous and regal, as it is in this country appreciate.

The Swazi, provided that there were still remained quite still for long, also as many opponents, green, blue and red were beaten when Sobhuza II (father of Mswati) disposed of Parliament and taking into account the entire family, including babies in its power business. Sometime overdid it with 20 wives and 600 children, so he pulled the plug. After eternal wranglings Mswati III became. the new king. He struggled painfully against AIDS and other inconveniences, survived the withdrawal of many companies trying like Microsoft after the end of apartheid in South Africa economically important (not his countrymen, unfortunately) and against the abhorrent democracy, who wanted to settle. This was successful, the average hourly wage of a worker grew to 3 cents, to celebrate the day, rendered the king some more BMWs, his fleet was full his bed as well.

Today is Swaziland, despite the secular-related, basic changes, still the good old, small country, despite an average of eighty births per woman in danger of extinction and sealed off from the outside world as a depressive cockroach. The worker still smelling of pus and sweat, the economy is just as small and insignificant as before. The number of royal BMWs, illiteracy, and mortality rate, all three wonderfully high. Dissenters are depending on the mood of the king still in tormented funniest way, not to mention gay and annoying creatures entirely. So Swaziland is an example for other rich dictators. What is missing? A nuclear program! For this purpose they sent some dedicated workers to Chernobyl.

Economy Edit

Swaziland's economy is neglible, with the exception of several farmers who feed really only the King family, and perhaps even their own family with products of all kinds, the Africa department of Coca-Cola, a meanwhile destroyed by angry homeless oil refinery and from the king banned condom production. No kidding.

AIDS Edit

AIDS in Swaziland sucks all: The grandpa croaked completely random, without saying anything, and children are dying like bacteria. According to the king, the people are so infested with AIDS, because God should have punished the wrong people by mistake. Others deny this "pipe dream" all the way.

The King Edit

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King Mswati III's Amazonian bodyguard.Jeff Bezos did not attend this year.

The king is the most powerful element in Swaziland. Even the relationship must siezen him. Anyone who compares him in the same breath with the infantrywill be killed mercilessly. The king has a full fleet of BMWs, as large as London. His fortune is estimated at about $ 200 billion, a thousand times greater than the annual gross national product. The king meet with dictators around the world like to to shoot in the group for fun some homeless people. Sounds like fun! He also owns 200 women, but these are only estimates, because the King is currently still occupies the reading course.

Sport Edit

The official sport in Swaziland is a "pregnancy race", where competitors have to try and impregnate more virgins than the king, who happens to hold the record with a staggering 300 children and 55 wives. So far, the person who has come the closest is Jacob Zuma, with 274 children and 42 wives, despite alledged showering with Julius Malema.

Swaziland competed as part of a sporting initiative for the promotion of the Olympic Games 2024/2026, the FIFA World Cup 2026 and the Sex Festival in 2022. Sounds great, but the athletes must be continually replaced, for some inexplicable circumstances ...

Statistics Edit

AIDS rate

Swaziland

98 %

Zimbabwe

89 %

South Africa

50 %

United States

2 %

North Korea

0,1 % (Kim Jong-il's gay brother)

Liechtenstein

- 0,2 % (percentage number purchased, so in the negative)

"Suicides in police custody" by government opponents 2011

Swaziland

897

North Korea

802

China

765

Russia

182,5 (The 0.5 was the dog of a regime critic, who disappeared "accidentally")

Zimbabwe

112

United States

1

Greenland

(A drunken polar bear)

Deaths per 1000 inhabitants 2011

Swaziland

850

Kongo

211

Egypt

59

Russia

56 (Including 52 vodka corpses

Mexico

21

United States

4

Antarctica

(A drunken penguin)

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