I understand why you can't carry reptiles or fly kites while the leaders amass.
Banning laser pointers is going to cripple their PowerPoint presentations, though ...
In November 2014, leaders of the G20 group of nations will convene in Brisbane, Australia, for a few days of plotting to form a one-world government high-level talks aimed at ensuring global stability and amity. Queensland, the Australian state in which Brisbane is located, is leaving no preparatory stone unturned as it …
But ... but ... but ... thanks to the tireless Mr Icke we know that the world leaders ARE reptiles: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Icke#Reptoid_hypothesis
So does this mean I'm banned from picking up David Cameron and carrying him around like an unusually moist crocodile handbag? If so then (checks calendar) I guess I can do it some other week, unless someone else already has him booked?
I think that the G20 (and the G8 and whatever) need to make themselves a purpose built venue on an island with no one else there. This way the costs will be reduced because of:
No possibility of protests because only the attendees and their entourages (press & lackies) will be there
No 'security audits' for the host city / nation
Security is way easier
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