Jokes made illegal by European Union
Every time you think, you weaken the nation —Moe Howard
Friday, December 14, 2018, 05:22:UTC)(
22 June 2018
BRUSSELS, European Union – Articles have been put into action in the European Union which will ban anything with humour. The articles, which ban all forms of happiness, including jokes, music, and laughter, were originally thought of by Oliver Cromwell in the 17th century. E.U officials exhumed his corpse, and he signed the articles.
In the name of diversity, it has been said that these laws will be enforced by migrants, who will loot and murder those who disobey. "We need to culturally enrich Europe and ban jokes" say the E.U officials.
It is now official that Uncyclopedia is an illegal organisation. Fancy that. We are now the Uncyclopedian Crime Syndicate, and our contributors are gangsters who know funny jokes.
- "EU votes for copyright law that would make internet a 'tool for control'". The Guardian, June 20, 2018