2022 off To Good Start After World Leaders Reveal Truly Inspirational New Year’s Resolutions

Across the globe, and especially in the Middle East, leaders and politicians – from popes to Ayatollahs and from Presidents to Vice Presidents – rang in 2022 with their own New Year’s resolutions. The Mideast Beast, in a joint operation with Wikileaks, has exclusively obtained documents revealing the New Year’s Resolutions of the following political figures:

Russian President Vladimir Putin: Find a cooler country to invade than “the Ukraine.” Maybe Alaska?

US President Joe Biden: Don’t die; and finally find out who this ‘Brandon’ guy is.

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz: Finally choose between Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and stop stringing them both along in a cruel love triangle.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau: Go a full month without appearing in blackface.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan: Will attempt to stop releasing jailed ISIS members in order to create more vacancies for journalists.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern: Finally break it off with Pete Davidson.

Vice President Kamala Harris: New Year’s resolution? (cackles uncontrollably)

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres: None – everything going fine already.

Chinese President Xi Jinping: Get my wife to stop calling me “Winnie” during sex.

Taliban Emir Hibatullah Akhundzada: Figure out how to work all these Black Hawk helicopters and American Humvees.

Pope Francis: Convince Vatican to pay for “Pope-marine” and “Pope-oplane” so I don’t have to ride in that stupid Popemobile anymore.

Donald Trump: Figure out who this “Q” guy is, and why he hasn’t reinstated me yet.

Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei: Find another country to chant “death” to – Israel and America are getting a bit old.

Chief Medical Advisor to the US President Anthony Fauci: Convince Americans to stop eating bats.
















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