So Wrong! Columbia Untisemity News Interviews Hamas

Eretz Nehederet” (“A Wonderful Country“), a satirical comedy show in Israel similar to America’s once-brilliant and edgy “Saturday Night Live”, aired a comedy sketch on November 5th where two Columbia University students express their support for Palestine by interviewing a member of Hamas.

Watch the video before it’s censored forever:

“I major in Queer Post-Colonial Astronomy”… ROTFL!
This isn’t just funny because it almost guarantees a minimum-wage career but also because it might be possible to actually major in it at Harvard University… or, at least attend a Postcolonial Astrology Workshop. :-)

“I want to clear something up just so you know – any drama between me and my friend, Bibi, over the years was just a plot to create material for ‘A Wonderful Country’. That’s the only thing that was going on. We just wanted to make sure the writers had good material.”
Barack Obama, former US President, March 21, 2013, in Jerusalem, Israel, as quoted by

Did you know?

Perhaps Barack Obama didn’t provide the comedy writers enough “good material”: In 2015 Obama’s State Department — headed by former Massachusetts Senator and now the first U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry — gave $300,000 of US Taxpayer money to fund the OneVoice Movement, which “…absorbed and funded an Israeli group named Victory15 or ‘V15′ and launched a multimillion-dollar grassroots campaign in Israel…” to stop the re-election of Benjamin Netanyahu.

Added Bonus: Know Your Gen-Z Slang!
Word Meaning
simp excessive sympathy (also spelled as “symp”)
brah “brother”, an abbreviation of the Hawaiian Pidgin slang word “braddah”
sis dishonest or untrustworthy (short for “suspect”)
drip a fashionable, eye-catching look or style (perhaps short for “dripping”?)
shukran Arabic for “Thank you”

Thanks for Reading!

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