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UN contacts Hillary Clinton…

…on how to deal with “Snipper Fire”.

This morning the UN Inspectors sent to Syria encountered fire when leaving their compound.

After the inspectors initial desire to give up was dampened by the reality they would be forced to go out anyway, they called on Hillary Clinton to suggest ways in dealing with such hostility.

Her suggestion was to walk out in the open with your daughter or nearest family member, stand straight-up, wear a brightly colored scarf around your neck and smile while appearing not to hear anything in terms of gunfire… also do not show you are experiencing any fear, in any way.  It is also helpful to shake hands with, then hug, children you have brought out into the open to greet you.

She sent a video along with her directions to illustrate exactly how to do it.

Upon review, the UN tried once again to give up.

They did, eventually, reach some victims of the latest attack utilizing Weapons of Mass Destruction.

Mrs. Clinton was the only American representative, with any authority, to contact the UN delegation as we have deferred leadership to the British… the French were busy.

The official comment from The U.S. Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power was “I’m trying to watch a movie, could you please be quiet.”  She was also heard asking an associate “What does this have to do with us?”  As of this typing we are not sure whether she meant the U.S. or her and her associate personally.