Dark Lord Sauron To Be Interviewed On Newsnight

14 Nov 2018

 

 

Andrew Marr announced on Twitter that a large portion of the upcoming broadcast will be devoted to the provocative head of state.

 

Evil overlord Sauron has faced criticism from left-wing commentators for his controversial policies on worldwide enslavement and total domination.

 

In addition, the Dark Lord will appear on the next edition of Question Time and will be an upcoming panellist on Have I got News for You alongside Julia Hartley-Brewer and guest host Gyles Brandreth.

 

When asked what the contentious figure had done to deserve such a platform, BBC bosses cited the right to express opinions and be challenged as applying to all people. And also, to all manifestations of pure malevolence.

 

A spokesorc for the Mordor government applauded the BBC’s decision. “A democracy that only gives time to one line of thinking fails in it’s representative mission and gives rise to widespread alienation and the disenfranchisement of marginalised individuals who don’t fit into such small boxes” he said before adding, “manflesh makes good eating boys”.

 

This comes after Theresa May has declared that she intends to accept the offer of a ring of power from the ruler of Mordor.

She said, “this marks a great move forward in relations between Britain and the Land of Darkness”.

 

Claims that the ring is simply a mechanism Sauron is using to draw the Prime Minister into his diabolical service were dismissed by the government as “Project fear reborn”.

 

The alliance is widely thought as a shift towards more progressive and liberal partnerships following May’s 2017 arrangement with the DUP.

 

 

Fake News article (yep you got us, this isn't real) by Kieran Macfadzean at Backbench

 

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