Bush in Ladonia

It was a bit of a surprise for the State Secretary to meet George W. Bush in Ladonia, walking in Nimis. He came up to me and asked: “Where am I really?” And I told him he was in the Remony of Ladonia. “Oh,” he said “I knew that something went wrong. You see I have rather depressing days when the Democrats are in majority and when the war in Iraq doesn’t work too well. So I went down in the basements in the White House just to sit down and think about my sorrows. But I am not used to walk down there and it is a kind of a labyrinth. I had a very long walk. And now I am here. Can you explain how this is possible?”

I answered him: “It is simple. Ladonia had the idea of digging a tunnel to China. Just for defence purposes of course. But those of our men who made the digging went in the wrong direction; going west instead of east. When we found out about this they had already crossed the Atlantic Ocean. We did the best of the situation and connected the tunnel, secretly, to the White House. Just for defence purposes, of course. Obviously you found the tunnel without knowing this and thus you have made the long march to Ladonia.”

The somewhat astonished George W. Bush said: “I better make it back as soon as possible”.

And the state secretary replied: “You better do that before the Ladonia authorities find you. Here it is an old habit to hang found presidents. Didn’t you hang that Iraq guy the other day?”

“Yes, you see I am from Texas and there we hang ‘em high. But I have to go now.”

It was quite a surprise to see George Bush in Ladonia

Lars Vilks

Lars Vilks was the artist behind Nimis and Arx, and the Founder and State Secretary of Ladonia. He also served as Editor Emeritus the Ladonia Herald.

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