The scale of hypocrisy surrounding Burma after its cyclone is huge, as its evil and sadisitic and neo-fascist regime continues to refuse offers of food aid, and is even starving its own people, rather than accepting the glorious and sainted and wonderful gifts from the freedom-loving West.
Britain and France are considering carpet-bombing the Burmese with food, and if that fails, carpet-bombing them with bombs instead, as they did in Iraq, all in the name of compassion and freedom, of course.
A spokes-garlic-muncher for France's fascist government, said: 'Mais oui, c'est incroyable! Us, who helped the Nazis with their mass-murdering! Preaching human right to Burma! C'est trop fou!' And a transvestite New Luvvy Labour spokesthing, speaking from the doorway of Arm and Hammer Weapons Systems, in London, said: 'The international community will not accept Burma's tyranny and lack of democracy - that's our job, to make sure corrupt, fascist regimes appear all round the globe. How dare the Chinese and Russians have their own corrupt, fascist foreign countries! We only have so many blind eyes, I mean, it's hard enough to pretend Israel and Saudi Arabia don't exist, without sending all this hypocrisy to Burma.'
Unpeeling an onion, British American Lackey, Gordon Brownnose, said, from his office in Washington D.C.: 'We have always condemned the undemocratic regime of - where is it again, George? - oh yes, Burma, not to be confused with democratic Chile, or fascist Spain.'
Trying not to burst into tears, Brownnose continued - 'We really, really, really care about hungry people, honest, unless they're Rwandans or Zimbabweans, then we help them by selling their dictators lots of guns and rockets. And Burmese oil production is coincidentally due to start in 2010, giving you all a chance to buy arms manufacturing shares before our attack.'
A spokessheikh for OPEC was unavailable for comment, but a Burmese cat, meowing from its house in South London, said: 'Charlie says, 'Never believe anything until it's denied three times by Washington. 'Can I have some Kit-e-Kat now?'