UN chief Ban Ki-Moon had tough questions to face and was the object of almost universal scorn from international leaders after a meeting last Thursday resulted in direct action being taken to solve a problem. While addressing the assembly with a list of the world's capitals to prove that he did in fact know them all, Ki-Moon suddenly broke off and flew into an impassioned speech during which he told the UN members to stop setting deadlines to solve world hunger and actually do something to solve world hunger. Ki-Moon's enthusiasm proved infectious and on the spot, members used laptops to access internet banking accounts and reach into their own pockets. Over $800,000 in total was immediately pooled, which was used to purchase seeds which were then sent to hunger stricken farming zones in Africa.
The international political community was unimpressed.
"The original function of the UN was to make it look to the public like we wanted to help the world, but were unable to due to beauracracy" said a White House spokesman. "It was meant to produced repeated disappointments so the global populace would become cynical and resign themself to whatever dodgy or half-assed results their governments produced. If it's actually going to start achieving things, it has outlived its usefulness. I mean, we could use our resources to feed and clothe people ourselves, it's not like we need some fancy pants international committee to do that."
A furious Russian representative declared that by facilitating easy access between impoverished people and resources, it was almost as though Ki-Moon was attempting to destroy politics itself.