Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Newsflash: Cleaning Lady Confesses

Danuta Gowniska is a pathetic, misbegotten excuse for a woman. The ugly, stunted and generally miserable daughter of Polish collaborators from the village of Osiołek (not far from a well known center of Jewish life), she claimed that she had helped to save Jews during World War 2 (and promised to vote Democrat once naturalized), which landed her a coveted visa to the United States and a ticket out of Communist Poland. Like many of her ilk, she worked cleaning homes in the Williamsburgh and Boro Park sections of Brooklyn, where she was often treated like what she really is not - namely a decent human being. And unlike many of her ilk, her lies were discovered and she was sent straight back to Poland after about 20 years in the United States.

Now a toothless, alcoholic old crone, Gowniska summoned reporters from the local "Gazeta Prosiaszka Osiołeszka" so that she could share her secret - namely that in 1975 or 1976 she placed a baby named Moshe Aryeh Friedman in a washing machine and ran it at high speed. When she removed the baby, the centrifugal force of the machine had done horrendous damage - namely forcing cerebral material into the region near the sphincter muscle. This caused Moshe Aryeh Friedman to develop a disability known as acute cerebrofecal syndrome, which affects a number of politicians, Israeli judges, and movie celebrities.

Gowniska was sentenced to 1 month of vodka deprivation, which is expected to put a far too timely end to her miserable existence on this earth. However, Neturei Karta is expected to pay for her burial and for a headstone marked with the title "Chassida Umois Hagoilem". This is notwithstanding the fact that Gowniska looks more like a sewer rat than a stork.

This information was later corroborated by psychiatrists at Creedmoor - more information to follow in part 4.

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