Bell Boys in special operation
The Bell Boys politburo has decided that they should make their
presence felt in the political arena by organising at least one trade
union action every month. "You are the best man to resurrect the party.
Launch an electricity workers' strike during the Avurudu season. People
will feel the heat and blame the Government," Soo-me, the One-sa, told
Har-Shah castigates Kind-Leader
Sun Kind-Leader was knocked out by Economist Bandu at the 2,500 bout.
Har-Shah was furious that Kind-Leader did not grab the opportunity to
take political mileage. "Had I got that opportunity, I would have shown
my true colours," Har-Shah said. "No, I feel we fared pretty well. You
would have painted a poor picture with your economic jargon," Ra-Blue
had told Har-Shah.
Saa-jeet plays safe
Saa-jeet, the Love-Slave, was overjoyed after the pat from Flowery
Wee. "That was a good statement for us to strengthen the Reformists'
battle in the You-En-Pee," My-Tree Guna-Gem told the deputy leader.
"Yes, at the same time we must play safe. The leader is waiting for an
opportunity to kick us out," Love-Slave replied.
New melody by Nee-Flower-ka, Soo-knee-la
Shameless En-Jee-Oh goons - Nee-Flower-ka and Soo-knee-la have put
off their return trip to Colombo after their mud-slinging campaign in
Geneva on Parking-Soothy's advice. The two notorious women, who always
put foreign funding before country, now plan to sing a different melody
- that they are unable to return home due to threats. This would attract
more credit to their dollar accounts.