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Tuesday, 16 November 2010

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NEW YORK CITY - At the Headquarters of the United Nations (UN), all the delegates agreed on a new binding doctrine for everybody on World Peace. Hold your leader to hostage.

World peace, an idea thought of during the period between the world wars started off as an idea of the League of Nations, however, it picked up speed during the 60s, and nobody wants it cause they are douchebags.

Today, the UN are taking necessary steps to ensure world peace does go as planned. All delegates will be given a weapon, and the ability to vote on who to aim the UN's secret nuke at.

"When the United States was trying to dispose of its nuclear arsenal," said Ban Ki-Moon, "they accidentally left one under the headquarters of the UN. As the building is neutral territory, the UN takes ownership of it."

The delegates, armed with firearms, filled to the brim with bullets, will hold the leader of their nation to hostage at the meeting with him/her.

"As most of the delegates are here to help world peace," said Ki-Moon. "They will know what to do."

When asked why such measures, he replied, "Students protested. We protested. We said, FUCKING LISTEN! Now, the only way these world leaders listen is through shots and weapons."

Not only does the UN have a nuke, it also has several heat-seeking missiles, ICBMs, a satellite with a death ray, and a bunch of other scary stuff which is so scary, I don't wanna say the names in case they're used on me.

"With all this weaponry," explained Ki-Moon. "World peace is the only option."

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