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Chinese military terrified after Army marches in Gay Pride Parade
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – China has officially withdrawn from the contested region in the South China Sea after pictures emerged of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) participating in Gay Pride Parades.
The move comes after a long-term strategic plan by the ADF to intimidate potential enemies through powerful displays of diversity and equality, which included the development of new technological weapons such as pink camouflage tanks, disco submarines and lethal rainbow-coloured Army Pride lapel pins.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) responded by declaring an immediate cessation of joint activities in the region, removing all its military bases and naval operations from the disputed Spratly Islands, and promising to continue dismantling its previous global expansions should the West halt its ‘aggressive posturing’. The head of Chinese armed forces, General Huang Shu-kuang, released this statement:
“The people of China have been deeply traumatised by the build-up of ‘Tactical Equality Measures’ by the Australian Deference Force, and we request an immediate halt to such hostile displays of overwhelming strength.”
General Shu-kuang went on to detail the demoralising effect the tactics have had on their citizens after propaganda footage was broadcast throughout China of the ADF’s Military Inclusivity Exercises.
“This psychological torture, and violation of the Geneva convention, has completely undermined the Chinese military. Thousands of our current recruits have been observed lying on the ground in fetal positions, rocking back and forth uncontrollably, in barracks across China.” the General said.
“We have therefore no choice but to withdraw from all military activity. Our mistake was assuming that the ADF would not resort to such undignified displays of aggression – but we clearly thought too highly of them.
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