George Christensen Tipped To Be Named Trade Ambassador For The Philippines

Australian Politician George Christensen is rumoured to be named the new trade ambassador for the Philippines, following in the footsteps of former Prime Minister Tony Abbott who has taken on a role as a trade ambassador for the United Kingdom.

”I really can’t wait to get down and dirty in Manilla and help the Philippino people to reach out and bring their country to a climax,” said the Member for Manilla. ”It is amazing what the people of the Philippines can do, their skills in ping pong alone are astounding.”

”I was showing my colleague Barnaby Joyce a couple of videos and already he has his bags packed and is ready to travel.”

When asked whether working for another country whilst being a member of the Australian parliament was somewhat counter productive, the member for Manilla said: ”Nonsense, I spend most of my time already, either in the Philippine’s or online watching videos from the Philippines so it makes sense that I get some coin to do so.”

”Besides, Tony Abbott is getting paid by the tax payer and working for the UK, so if it’s good enough for Tones, why not I?”

”Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to Rebel sport to stock up on some ping pong balls.”

Mark Williamson

@MWChatShow

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