INSPECTORS deployed by a global peacemaking body say they found “clear evidence” that a country had been invaded by Western forces.
The body now believes that potentially millions of people have been slaughtered by Western invaders across a large swathe of the globe.
And, although it may take more time for the inspectors to determine exactly who was responsible for the vicious, unwarranted attacks, several of the targeted countries have already cast blame.
One dictator said it was “morally indefensible” that any national government could be allowed to indiscriminately murder huge numbers of people that were not its own citizens, and vowed to do something about it.
“If we don’t take action now, these Western powers will assume that we have given them tacit approval to carry on killing people internationally using such deadly methods of expatriate horror as carpet bombs, nukes, drones, heat-seeking missiles and napalm strikes,” the dictator said moments after ordering another beheading.
“When will these countries learn, that they cannot just run about killing foreigners? What right do they think they have to kill children beyond their own borders?
“It is a fundamental principle of international law that governments can kill only their own citizens.”
However, the dictator admitted that taking action against the West would involve breaking this rule, and thus said he would be seeking special authorisation from the global peacekeeping body, since that was the proper way to go about such matters.
The global peacemaking body is made up of national leaders from across the western half of the globe.