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Darth Vader Could Be the Next President of Ukraine

by Conner Flynn
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When voters go to the polls in Ukraine, they will soon have their choice between a bunch of the usual lying politicians and… Darth Vader. Hey, at least he is honest about being a jerkwad. Yes, Darth Vader has officially announced his candidacy.

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The Dark Lord of the Sith told RT news, “I am prepared to take responsibility for the fate of this country, if fellow citizens do me this high honor. I alone can make an empire out of a republic, to restore former glory, to return lost territories and pride for this country.”

This isn’t a complete prank. Well, it is, but it is an expensive one. Vader is being backed by a real party called the Internet Party of Ukraine which was made official back in 2007. The party has filed all the necessary paperwork and even made the required deposit of $225,225 so Darth Vader will appear as a candidate on the May 25th ballot. If he wins, I hope we finally get a Death Star.

[via Daily Dot and Gizmodo via Nerd Approved]

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