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Sunday, 28 October 2012

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New York-- Today in New York, Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon held a press conference to discuss the status of the United Nations and how it is handling the crisis' plaguing the world.

UNSYG Ki-Moon took to the podium and expressed a fond gratitude to the reporters who came to the conference and thanked all of the member nations who stood around him. Nations that included Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Russia, China and several others who shared the same view as his own.

UNSYG Ki-Moon began his speech talking about the ongoing anti-semite hostilities going on in the Middle East and what the UN is doing to stem the tide of radical Islamism. He then discussed how the UN will negotiate a peace treaty with all Muslim countries and that they will attempt to curb the rights of Free Speech if it insults Islam. This last statement received a loud applause from Muslim nations and seemed to appease them immensely.

He continued by stating that Russia and China will be supporting Syrian President Assad in stamping out the ongoing fighting in the region.

He finally stated that because Americans do not hold the same values as the member nations of the UN and do not want to curb their warring ways, the United Nations and all member countries will be dissolving the UN Accord and creating a new association to be named at a later date. The New association will have as its members all Muslim Nations, Russia, China and any other country wishing to join except America.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Obama and VP Joe Biden have been unreachable for comment on this latest development. Press Secretary Jay Carney has been responding to this recent activity by the UN and stated, "Well, Um, Um, Um,...We should have, Um, Um,... Excuse me." No further comments have been made.

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