American President George W. Bush surprised world leaders this past weekend by announcing his plan for peace in the Middle East. In an emotional broadcast from the White House lawn, the President called upon Iraq to halt their stockpiling of Weapons of Mass Destruction and join him in a cultural roundtable discussion.
Admitting that the quickest way to end war is to seek an understanding of cultural differences, Bush stated that he has contacted an ambassador with a proven track record, Borat of Kazakhstan, to serve as co-moderator. Although Ambassador Borat has not been reached for comment, his top ranking aides, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed that Borat plans to depart for Washington,D.C. within the next week.
Bush stated he developed a twelve-step plan to end the war in Iraq and bring lasting peace to the world after viewing Ambassador Borat's inspirational documentary. After adjusting his tele-prompter, the President haltingly continued, "Realizing that a leader of Borat's esteem speaks openly of the opportunities for cultural learning within America, has been my wake up call. Also, other nations have called upon Borat's expertise, Israel among them. The Jew is clearly running for Borat's assistance in this documentary."
Part of Bush's new program includes building on the popularity of his NCLB (No Child Left Behind) educational program and using that same acronym for the Need Culture Like Borat peace plan.