World renowned author George Orwell rose from his death yesterday morning to profess a series of statements regarding the latest Jordanian developments. Orwell’s statements come in line with the arrest of Ayman, who was transferred to the Jordanian Security Council, in account of his texts through WhatsApp and due to a collection of ideas that were found circulating carelessly in his mind.
Orwell commented “The Jordanian government is taking the ideas in my novel and applying them in reality, which, aside from the horror of that idea, is plagiarism.” He added “Hearing that the Jordanian government, which isn’t financially even stable enough to afford such an extravagance, I was so shocked and startled, and bumped my head in my coffin.”
The press conference ended abruptly soon after with a sigh from Orwell after our correspondent directed a question regarding the fact that the Jordanian Government banned news websites instead of their claimed publicised aim of restricting access to help reduce pornography consumption, which they had actually banned none of. Orwell said “I’ll be damned, I never thought they could actually do it” and promptly returned to his grave.
Link to Arabic article