UN deadlocked over Arab-killing rights
THE United Nations Security Council remains deadlocked over which countries are allowed to kill Arab civilians.
Russia and China have vetoed a plan which would have stopped Syrian President Bashar al-Assad shelling the city of Homs, setting a dangerous precedent of allowing Arabic leaders to kill their own people and threatening Western domination of the Arab extermination market.
Experts believe the veto signals a challenge to the long-held British and American monopoly of Arab slaughter and that the Chinese now plan to move aggressively into this lucrative field.
A US State Department spokesman said: “Ten years ago it was the French trying to stop our invasion of Iraq, which has since proved to be an unprecedented, decade-long bloodbath of success.
“Now we’re supposed to watch Arabs murdered in the streets by guns, mortars, and rockets at the hands of the Syrian Army when they could be humanely executed by remote control. And we’re not even sure they’re killing the right Arabs.”
A Foreign Office spokesman said: “We’ve been killing Arabs since the 11th Century and all of a sudden we’re supposed to ask for permission? Are we supposed to ask for permission to go to the toilet as well?”
The US spokesman added: “We have to fight constantly for Israel’s right to kill any Arabs that look at them funny, and now this.
“Sometimes I wonder if the UN wants us to kill any Arabs at all.”