Monday, March 14, 2005

Kofi Annan Solves Problem of Terrorism

Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan has finally developed at real solution to the problem of international terrorism. Make a treaty.

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan called Thursday for a world treaty on terrorism that would outlaw attacks targeting civilians and establish a framework for a collective response to the global threat.

Huzzah! Someone has finally tackled the threat posed by Usama, and Al Qaida. And not that solution the Bushhitler used which is failing soooooo badly in Iraq, Afghanistan. Three cheers for Kofi!

Bah! If anyone actually thinks this will have any affect on international terrorism, I have some beach front property I can let you have real cheap.

Although the United Nations and its agencies already have 12 treaties covering terrorism, a universal definition has been elusive.

Well gee, its been tried before, and it doesn't work. Surprise, surprise. But let me go back to another point.

and establish a framework for a collective response to the global threat.

Yeah, a threat of "collective response" worked so well in Iraq. Saddam was so impressed by the threat of a "collective response" from the U.N. that his troops shot at coalition air craft on a daily basis. He was so afraid of a "collective response" that he murdered thousands of his own people. So how is someone like Usama, or better yet, Ahmed who's wearing a C-4 vest headed toward an Israeli school.