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Kanuckistani Forces backgrounder (cont’)

These KFC outlets and activities are complimented by a large contingent—over a million strong—of Kanuckstani patriots on the ground, living, working and studying in communities across America. Kanuckistani patriots have infiltrated the enemy to the South by way of a … Continue reading

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A primer on Kanuckistani fighting forces.

The main fighting force beyond the borders of Kanuckistan is the Kanuckistani Fighting Corps (also known as KFC). Proudly bilingual, they have adopted the moniker Front populaire du Kanuckistan in French (though a transcription error resulted in the acronym PFK … Continue reading

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Fallen comrade.

Saddened by the loss (though self-implosion might be a better term) of Comrade Bernard Kerik before Christmas, we have been busy moving forward with alternate plans. The ‘revelations’ on Comrade Kerik were of course to have been expected, but the … Continue reading

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Great Kanuckistanis (II)

Bringing to the end a series of shows over the last few months on the CBC (Canuckistan Broadcasting Corporation) television network, viewers of the show overwhelming chose Mr. Tommy Douglas, from the small (and getting smaller!) province of Saskatchewan as … Continue reading

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Great Kanuckistanis (I)

The Kanuckistani people are not all cute fluffy bunny rabbits. No, not at all. Case in point. Former Kanuckistani Minister of Public Works and the main cause of transatlantic tensions between the Kingdom of Denmark and the Democratic People’s Republic … Continue reading

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