The green countrysides of Iceland have been thrown into panic by the worldwide economic crisis. Matters recently have been made worse by the United Kingdom's freeze on British assets in Icelandic banks.
The economic intervention has been justified under England'a anti-terrorism legislation. In effect, the United Kingdom has protected some of its assets by treating Iceland as a terrorist state.
Prime Minister Brown said that Iceland was certainly not part of the axle of evil, though now that Bush has dropped North Korea from the threesome of terror, western nations are in fact looking for a replacement at the card table of terrorism.
"Iceland is not terrorist but its terrible climate qualifies it for interventions by temperate nation's like the UK, especially if it can save us a pound or three",an Assistant Finance Minister explained.