money to pay for the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons, what better form than the Nigerian e-mail scams we all receive. Here’s a text that President Assad should feel free to use for maximum effectiveness. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad gives a news conference in 2009. (Dieter Nagl/AFP/Getty Images) SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR URGENT INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PROPOSAL Dear United States, Hello I am Pres MR BASHAR ASSAD of Syrian Arab Republic. This is email with excitement opportunity for international communities. I am hold large stockpile deadly chemical for interest of one MR BAN KI MOON of United Nation and MR BARACK OBAMA of U.S. States. These chemicals for rebels/AlQaeda,not for civilians OK? Syrian Arab Republic is seek disposal chemical weapons, contain amount one (1) thousand tonnes (KG). We are require funds in amount U.S.$1BILLION for cost. Please I will advice that you contact me through my direct telefax number with all bank infos for dispose sarins. Sirs, Syrian Arab Republic is nation in difficult time, we have many expense with regards resistance to Western imperialism and for destruction of terrorism and also making instagrams .
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U.S. authorities made an extraordinary effort to work with relevant authorities to grant overflight approval in a matter of hours,” Harf said. The incident is the latest diplomatic tussle between United States and Maduro, who has repeatedly clashed with Washington since winning office in April following the death of his mentor, the socialist leader Hugo Chavez. At times, he has accused the United States of plotting to assassinate him. At others, the former bus driver and union negotiator has appeared to want warmer relations, after years of mistrust during Chavez’s rule. In indignant comments late on Thursday, Maduro also accused Washington of not wanting to issue a visa for General Wilmer Barrientos, his minister in the office of the presidency, to attend the U.N. General Assembly next week in New York. Barrientos was a close ally of Chavez and supported a failed military coup by him in 1992. Maduro appointed the general to the high-profile ministerial position in July. “You’re not the owners of the United Nations,” Maduro said, adding that the United States was obliged to give every member of the delegation a visa, “if we decide to go to New York.” Later on Friday, Venezuela’s charge d’affaires in Washington, Calixto Ortega, told local television network Telesur that the Venezuelan president will attend the U.N. General Assembly after his China trip. In response to Maduro’s flight troubles, Bolivia’s President Evo Morales suggested on Thursday the leaders of the leftist Latin America and Caribbean bloc ALBA should boycott the U.N. General Assembly meetings. Awaiting Maduro’s arrival in Beijing, Venezuelan Petroleum Minister Rafael Ramirez took to Twitter to complain harshly about how the president had been treated by the United States. “Say what you like.