Bomb Iraq Day announced as official national holiday
In celebration of a long-held British tradition, David Cameron has announced September 29 to be the country’s official Bomb Iraq Day.
Repeatedly bombing the Middle-Eastern nation has become an increasingly popular past-time, uniting people from across the political spectrum in healthy debate and warmongering.
In a speech at an RAF base today, Cameron said: “No other tradition can bring together 524 MPs like bombing Iraq did this week, or hundreds of thousands marching through the streets like it did in 2003.
“It really unites the hearts and minds of the British people.”
High street stores have already begun stocking merchandise for next year’s celebrations, with miniature toy Scud missiles and build your own oil well sets expected to sell fast.