by Winsip Custer CPW News Service
With the fall of Hosni Mubarak's Democratic National Party's 30-year rule drawing to a close the small island nation of Zarbinia in the Indian Ocean has offered the Mubarak family refuge. "It's not St. Helena," said the current leader of Zarbinia, his Royal Majesty, King Morganite Gazwanda XIII.
The Gazwanda dynasty will also come to a close according to the Zarbinian king whose only city is on the Eastern shore of the ten mile long island, Crobilabing, which has a population of only eighty-five most of whom work in either the Zarbinian National Bank or the Center for Consanguine Studies which was opened in 1724 by the Dutch East India Company.
|Thirboffany Krotus, Director of the Zarbinian|
"While we would like to offer a place for all of the Mubarak administration, sadly we cannot. Plus Mr. Mubarak and his family can have only three body guards and no more," said Thirboffany Krotus, head of the Zarbinian Secret Service.