The European Human Rights Commission of Den Hague, Netherlands issued a subpoena for the arrest of Omar al-Bashir, the President of Sudan for gross human rights violations and genocide, the first subpoena ever for a head of state (true).
Reacting to this, Red China came in opposing this legislature and supporting Basra even though he has perpetuated murder, rape, slavery, land theft and ethnic cleansing (also true).
"What is wrong with that?" asked Chinese representative Ho Boi Yu Dum. "Every country has to express itself somehow! Has to blow off some steam! How can you even keep a country together without a little ethnic cleansing now and then. Look at our problem with Tibet!"
When it was pointed out to Mr. Yu Dum that Tibet was once an independent country from China, he retorted "Not any more it ain't!"
Interestingly, Sudan is one of China's biggest suppliers of oil and thereby one of China's closest allies.
Intelligence agencies have found out that in the future President al-Bashir bored with being just another murderous despot, intends on branching out into other nefarious activities. He is looking into prostituting out captured females, extortion, torture, embezzlement and other enterprises that fall within the realm of his talent. And China has specialists all lined up to help him.