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Madonna To Adopt
The Whole African Country Of Chad

Madonna Adopts

Celebrity pop singer and international icon Madonna, who recently drew criticism for adopting a baby from the African country of Malawi, has decided to stick it to her critics by adopting the entire country of Chad for 12 million dollars.

Madonna was the center of controversy recently when she adopted baby David, a poor African child born into poverty in Malawi. Her critics argued she used her wealth and celebrity status to steer the adoption proceedings her way and that the child's father, who was illiterate and poorly understood what was going on, was powerless to stop the proceeds. Now she has escalated the recent rift by adopting the entire African country of Chad.

"Frankly, we are not sure a celebrity can adopt an entire African country, or any country, for that matter," said Kofi Anan, outgoing Secretary General of the United Nations. "But, what the hell, if they don't mind, why should we?"

Madonna countered that she long considered Chad the "dead heart of Africa" and that it would benefit from some time in the spotlight. She feels her celebrity status will help focus world wide attention on the problems endemic to many African nations, where poverty is the greatest in the world and getting worse.

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Madonna is going to adopt all of Chad and try to help it, while showing the world she's not just another vapid trend-mongering celebrity.

Not to be outdone, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are considering adopting the entire African continent and renaming it "Brangelafrica," a blend of the names Brad, Angelina and the entire continent of Africa.

Kofi Anan was nearly speechless when he learned of the possibility that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie would adopt Africa.

"I guess U2 might have to focus on Asia," he said. "Although, if you ask me, there are plenty of poor people in America that could use a little celebrity adoption, too. Still, it is a very disturbing trend. I don't like where it is going and we have George Bush to thank for it."

What?

"He got the ball rolling when he adopted Iraq," said Kofi. "Now, everybody's going to want to have a some kind of project country to show they're part of the power crowd. It's hegemony all over again. Now, where is my payoff for this interview?"

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