Feminist Swedish MP Undergoes Female Circumcision To Foster Understanding

Stockholm, Sweden – August 3, 2023 Swedish member of parliament Ronja Andersson, a self-declared “radical intersectional feminist” recently had a surgical operation performed to circumcise her clitoris.  She had this done “to foster understanding”.  Ronja Andersson is the first European MP to go ahead with the procedure, although others in Sweden and around Europe have also expressed interest. I sincerely hope that this symbolic gesture will help our new Swede friends know that the old Swedes respect your customs. – Ronja Andersson, Swedish MP Swedes have been a tolerant people for a long…

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The F-4 Phantom II Celebrates 75 Years In The Sky

Tanagra, Greece – May 27, 2033: This Friday, Aircraft enthusiasts around the world gathered to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the F-4 Phantom II military jet.  The first flight of the supersonic jet was on this date in 1958, with production taking place in the United States from then until 1981, with over 5,000 of the aircraft eventually being constructed.  Interestingly, F-4 Phantom II jets – with their classic design – have been in service for the majority of the history of flight, with the earliest variant being produced less than 55 years after the…

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Belgium Rescinds Same-Sex Marriage Rights

Brussels, Belgium – April 9, 2051: Today, the government of Belgium is set to rescind the rights of gay and lesbian people to marry.  This follows a raft of other major changes in law, such as the approval of polygamous marriages of up to four wives per man.  Opinions are sharply divided in the country, and several provinces of Flanders have threatened to secede. The current change in law is a major turnaround, as Belgium was the second country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage.  This happened soon after the…

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Sweden Joins List of State Sponsors of Terrorism

Washington, DC – July 8, 2062: Today, Sweden gained the dubious distinction of becoming the first European state to be deemed a state sponsor of terrorism.  This designation is used by The United States Department of State specifically, but has worldwide implications.  In fact, a number of countries, including Russia, China, Poland, Hungary, and the United Arab Emirates joined the United States with such designations of their own.  In addition, a group of more than 30 countries has also expressed a willingness to harshen sanctions that have already been in place…

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