THE CABIN ANTHRAX, MURPHY, N.C. (CT&P) – In what can only be described as a withering verbal assault over the weekend, United Nations human rights commissioner Navi Pillay criticized the up-and-coming terrorist group ISIS as a “group of savage religious zealots guilty of numerous war crimes.”
In fact, the feared and powerful United Nations Human Rights Council decided Monday to send a fact-finding team to Iraq to investigate possible war crimes by Islamic extremists after hearing senior human rights officials detail mass killings and other atrocities committed “on an unimaginable scale.”
“We have it on very good authority that these people are breaking the law and doing some very bad things, but we really need to gather more evidence before issuing an even harsher statement,” said Leila “Spaghetti Spine”
“We don’t want to go off half-cocked,” said Zerrougui, “a strongly worded condemnation by the United Nations can hurt one’s future job prospects, and the last thing we want to do is denounce any innocent terrorists.”
Abdul Mohammed RiffRaff Skyhook, Minister of Cultural Affairs and Christian Beheadings for the Taliban wholeheartedly agreed with Zerrougui. “I remember five years ago when the U.N. criticized my actions in Afganistan after my team sawed off the legs of some women attending a local college in Kandahar,” said Skyhook. “It has taken me years to recover from the depression caused by their acidic and very hurtful remarks.”
While making an appearance on Al Jazeera’s Sunday morning show Meet the Terrorists, Mohamed Abdul Hussein al-Buttplug, leader of Al-Qaeda’s prestigious Nerve Agent Research and Development Group in Yemen, told Yusef “Scoop” Arafat that “Nothing hurts quite so much as criticism from the United Nations. I remember shortly after 9/11 they called me a common criminal and a throwback to the 7th century. It’s taken me over a decade to recover my self-esteem.”
The White House issued a statement this morning that called on all civilized nations of the world to join the United Nations in hurling verbal insults at the out-of-control group of murderous thugs that call themselves ISIS.
“These people are just bad folks and are acting like a bunch of meanies,” said the statement.
When reached for comment on the blistering U.N. statement, ISIS CEO and Director of Abominations Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was quoted as saying “What the fuck?” as he decapitated a baby goat and began drinking its blood from a golden chalice.