UnNews:Most Britons admit to committing acts of War
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25 June 2007
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ARMS-AKIMBO, UK -- ALMOST TWO-THIRDS OF BRITONS regularly commit Acts Of War, according to a report, challenging the notion that the country is made up of a peace loving, non-violent majority. A survey by researchers at Buggerole University found that 61 percent of people they questioned had committed one of a variety of "Acts of War".
These ranged from invading small countries for their natural resources, ethnic cleansing and launching medium range ballistic missiles on civilian populations. Of those who confessed to committing "Acts of War", 62 percent said they had initiated three wars simultaneously while 10 percent admitted to engaging in genocidal activities.
The report, based on a survey of just over 7 people aged 25-65, said the findings cast doubt on what politicians liked to describe as a "peace loving majority".
"Although the middle classes are engaging in this type of behaviour, they are also eager to blame when they themselves are invaded, annexed or bombed" said the report, published by the Centre for Big Guns at Jalloppy College, London.