Belgium pushes for regime change

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Posted to me originally by a Belgian friend.  Who says they're just Frenchies with no humour?! ;D ;D ;D


Spurred by reports of an aggressive military build-up and failure to reign
in corporate terrorists, the government of Belgium is pressing for a
preemptive strike against the regime of George W. Bush.

"We cannot sit idly by and eat our delicious chocolates while the United
States government engages in a policy of harassment," Belgian Prime
Minister Guy Verhofstadt said in a nationally-televised address to the
Belgian people. "Now is the time for action. We cannot waffle."

Recent reports from Belgian intelligence sources indicate that the United
States is now in possession of weapons of mass destruction ­ chemical,
biological and nuclear. "We know that the United States has nuclear
weapons and that they have actually used them in the past," intoned the
Prime Minister. "There is no reason to think they will not use them in the
future."

Verhofstadt is insisting that United Nations weapon inspectors be given
"unfettered access to the massive stockpiles" of weapons, and that they be
destroyed immediately.

"We stand at the crossroads," pleaded Verhofstadt. "Either the United
States agrees to our demands, or we will be forced to put down our
delicious chocolates and lead the way for permanent regime change.
Remember, my dear Walloons, the current clique in Washington was elected
in direct contravention of the will of the American people. Regime change
will be welcomed by their citizens."

Reaction to the speech throughout Europe was swift.

"We stand with our Belgian brothers," offered French President Jacques
Chirac. "France is willing to commit thirty-five troops and many cases of
fine champagne to the cause. We cannot stand on the sidelines enjoying our
delicious baguettes while our comrades from Antwerp go it alone. Let me
assure the dear Prime Minister. France is with you, almost."

Russian President Vladimir Putin did not mince any words. "Again, it is
the powerful Belgians who must lead the world against aggression and
American hegemony. Russia stands with her European allies and insists that
the United States disarm unilaterally. I only wish we too had delicious
foods."

Following the speech, the mood at the White House was one of defiance.
"Let the Belgians make their empty threats," said White House spokesman
Ari Fleischer. "We are urging Hershey's and Mars and other fine American
chocolate makers to increase their yummy output by two-hundred percent in
the coming weeks. We intend to break up the evil-doing Belgian chocolate
cartel once and for all."

Vice President Dick Cheney was even more bellicose. Speaking directly
underneath Karl Rove from an undisclosed underground bunker, the Vice
President warned of dire consequences should Belgium make a preemptive
strike. "We are prepared to strike back with alarming force," said Cheney.
"The Belgians cannot bully us. They may be the world's only superpower,
but we here in America have Allah on our side. To hell with their
delicious chocolate treats."

Verhofstadt, while unyielding in tone and substance, did offer the
Americans a plausible way out. "I call upon George W. Bush to capture
Sheik Kenneth Lay, Imam Dennis Kozlowski, and the entire Worldcom
terrorist organization, and to hand them over to an international
tribunal. The United States can no longer harbor agents of terrorism. You
are either with us or against us."

Back in Washington, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and National Security
Advisor Condaleeza Rice were trying eagerly to persuade President Bush
that there was indeed a country named Belgium.
 

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