The Slavery Ministry of Qatar submitted a tender yesterday to purchase a fresh group of slaves from various countries. This tender comes as a repercussion to Bengali slaves proving their incompetence in many ways, such as getting tired after working for 4 days straight, their incapability to live without water for a week, and constantly halting operations whenever one of them is slightly injured by materials weighing even less than four tons falling on his head.
Ministry of Labor’s spokesman, commenting on death rates scandal, said that FIFA is unnecessarily interfering more than it should in issues that do not concern the federation. The spokesman also made it clear that the contractor, who went ahead and registered the number of dead bodies instead of using them as building materials, is to blame.
This crisis disturbed the United Arab Emirates, because it proved that money, in very rare occasions, cannot necessarily solve any problem no matter how severe it is. Yet Qatar was able to find an answer to the rhetorical age-old question posed by Umar Bin AlKhattab; “When did you enslave people although they were born free?” the answer appeared to be, “Since we found Oil”.
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