And things get stranger still–
Indian President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam declares the United States' policy of imperialism' poses an "unrestricted and unwarrantable danger", and therefore asks the National Security Council to impose sanctions on the North American superpower. Might be otherwise be a laughable threat were it not for the fact that the United Kingdom has also announced it's kicking the Americans off Ascension Island in order to lease the airfield there to the Indonesian Air Force.
COALITION LEADERS TELL UNITED NATIONS U.S. POSES AN 'UNRESTRICTED AND UNWARRANTABLE' DANGER
CALLS FOR U.S. EMBARGO
Tuesday, December 5, 2006
Amidst growing fear that an over extended U.S. military with troops in Afghanistan and Iraq will respond to international furor over its program of imperialism, by quashing the threat with its nuclear arsenal, President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam of India on Monday delivered a dossier on American military capacity to the United Nations, telling world leaders at a UN General Assembly session of the "unrestricted and unwarrantable danger" posed by United States imperialism to sub-equatorial countries - or to stand aside as the Coalition allies act.
He called for multilateral action against the U.S., above and beyond the existing actions taken against terrorist compounds in Cyprus and Socotra earlier this year, and asked the National Security Council to impose sanctions on the North American superpower.
Abdul Kalam further revealed a new Extraordinary Extradition treaty hammered out by India, Indonesia and Malaysia, detailing the transfer of ‘Crusaders’ suspected to be involved in the planning or execution of terrorist plots against those nations to points thus far unknown. Abdul Kalam declared a spate of high profile global arrests were imminent.
Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and Turkey all say they will not prevent the Coalition Task Force from apprehending suspects who are confirmed members of PURE from their sovereign territory.
U.S. President Bush initially responded to the announcement by saying that he would welcome representatives of the Coalition to Washington to discuss how local US law enforcement might assist in the capture of Oliver Lowell. However, Vice President Cheney quickly retracted the offer, declaring any American assistance conditional “over his dead body.”
Likewise, Abdul Kalam stated the Coalition is intent to capture Oliver Lowell 'dead or alive', and wherever he may hide.
White House spokesperson Tony Snow called India and the other members of the predominantly Muslim Coalition “warmongers looking for any reason to usurp America’s dominance.”
Speaking from Jakarta, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia called the American Government a threat to the stability of world peace, and further accused the United States of stock piling weapons of mass destruction to further its imperial reach.
South Africa’s President Thabo Mbeki, has also gotten himself into the fray with public statements indicating his belief that the inoculation against Anthrax by U.S. Armed forces was not so much to protect American soldiers from known enemies of democracy, but as a safeguard against infection in the event the Pentagon itself deemed the contagion a necessary tool in the advancement of American values throughout the world.
Meanwhile, across the Middle East Muslims continue to use the Abu Ghraib photos of U.S. military personnel humiliating Iraqi prisoners as proof that neither Bush nor his government has respect or sympathy for Islamic states, despite a personal history the U.S. President's family is reported to have had with prominent Saudi royals.
To date no authority figures have been prosecuted for the Abu Ghraib abuses.
On the heels of the Malaysian Prime Minister’s address to the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), where he revealed a stepping up of military planning and execution in pursuit of Lowell and other ‘Crusaders’, Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today called for an embargo on the United States and much of the western world has apparently to decided to cooperate with little formal opposition rather than cause a potential disruption in the oil supply.
Amidst all this international bickering, the United Kingdom, claiming a new position of limited cooperation with the Coalition, has announced it shall lease facilities at Ascension Island to Coalition Military Forces, much to the dismay of the Americans who have until recently enjoyed joint use of Wideawake Airfield, located there.
Ascension Island (7.95°S, 14.37°W) is located in the middle of the Atlantic, where it was used to strategic effect by the British during the Falklands War.
On the other side of the world, and closer to home, India and Indonesia have made increased gains in an effort to close off all but a few shipping lanes in and around the South China Sea and the Coral Sea, and parts of the Indian Ocean, effectively strangling U.S. air and naval access to Guam, Diego Garcia and throughout the area, strategists say; as well as controlling the Strait of Malacca through which half the world's oil is shipped.
On a closing note, employees of the United Nations Delegates' Dining Room report overhearing U.N. Diplomats who represent OIC member nations call the 'French Fries', 'Inshaalha Frites', or 'God's Will fries'. This bit of hearsay has been confirmed by at least one Saudi diplomat who also says the phrase has more of ring to it when enunciated by a native speaker of Arabic.