Wednesday, March 01, 2006

H5N1 gets aggressive in Sweden

Government experts in Sweden are set to announce that they may be joining the European Club of H5N1 countries today. Germany and France have already joined this club of countries who have been able to demonstrate an affinity for H5N1, which the virus is said to very much appreciate. Britain as usual has shown a reluctance to join another European convention that it says is not in its financial interests.

Sweden reports that an aggressive virus is knocking out some wild ducks. The virus that pundits consider is H5N1 is possibly getting lessons from Vinnie Jones, John Prescott and Simon Cowell and is said to be "aggressive". British officials despite facing a virus with attitude have asserted the rights and independence of British chickens and refuse to budge on Britain becoming a member of the new European Club.

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