Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Delegates to the United Nations,
If there is one fact that the members of this body can agree upon, it is that humanity is at a crossroads. Extraterrestrial forces and their Posadist servants have imposed a nigh-total blackout over several South American nations, threaten to bring West Africa into their insane campaign of conquest, and have overturned the existing order in one of Europe's grandest cities, Paris. Fortunately, it appears that the majority of the international community, despite their differences in ideology and tactics, is at least cognizant of the need for unity. There is, of course, one major exception.
The world is familiar, by now, of the crimes against the Arab world perpetuated by the internationally-financed organization of Zionists known as the State of Israel. For nearly twenty years (and further back, if one wishes to consider the British-sanctioned settlement of Arab land before the creation of a Zionist occupation force), the international community has lodged protests and taken action against the atrocities committed against the Palestinian people, despite significant opposition from the great powers. And now, in the wake of humanity's greatest threat, when the dust has barely settled over their aggressive invasion of several neighboring countries, they have shown that they care as little for the lives of Palestinians as they do for the spirit of cooperation that the vast majority of the world has adopted.
And so I say to you, the international community, that if the plight of the Palestinian people does not move the jaded hearts of the powers that guide this assembly, let the plight of the world suffice. Rather than adopt the attitude of unity that even the Palestine Liberation Organization -a force that is struggling for their very lives, let alone the land that was stolen from them by Zionist settlers- has obliged to undertake, they have shut themselves in, providing zero assistance to the nations under threat from the alien-Posadist invasion. Instead, they have invaded Jordanian soil, destroying a United Nations camp in the process, and adopted a policy of apartheid-like rule over those Palestinians living in the illegally occupied territories.
In an era where the forces of communism and supporters of Western democracy band together, where Christian, Muslim, and atheist stand side by side in defense of our shared humanity, this is tantamount to a declaration of war on the entire world. The United Nations, perhaps our sole hope for camaraderie in this dark time, has been attacked by the ruthless, deceitful forces of Zionism. And those who have not acted until this point are to blame. You must now come together in action against those who would divide us, for in the eyes of the extraterrestrials, you are all Palestinians.
Saudi Arabia, therefore, submits the following.
Saudi Arabia, naturally, votes yes.The General Assembly
Upholding the spirit of previous General Assembly and Security Council resolutions that state that peace requires Israeli withdrawal from occupied Palestinian territories, as well as the present 'Jarring Mission'.
Recognizing that in the face of extraterrestrial invasion and the global rise in 'Posadist' terrorism, international cooperation in all conflicts is not only desirable, but necessary for the defense of the established world order.
Affirming that the State of Israel has committed multiple violations of the 1949 Armistice.
Rejecting Israeli claims to territories occupied since June 1967 as illegal under international law.
Acknowledging that under the Khartoum Resolution, the Arab League has made steps towards cooperation with the international community via an end to the 1967 oil embargo and the acknowledgement of third-party talks, only to be rebuffed.
Further upholding that the Palestinian people, even in times of war and occupation, are entitled to the basic rights and dignities established in the United Nations Charter.
1. Condemns the aggression of the State of Israel in both the June 1967 conflict and against Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan,
2. Demands that the Israel Defense Forces withdraw from the Golan Heights, West Bank, Gaza Strip, and Sinai Peninsula,
3. Calls upon Israel to provide the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East with a sum of [50 credits] for the rebuilding of facilities damaged or destroyed by the Israel Defense Forces,
4. Establishes the withdrawal of Israeli forces as a requirement for discussions under the Jarring Mission undertaken by the United Nations.
5. Recommends that the Jarring Mission adjust its present aims to the establishment of a temporary ceasefire between Arab states and Israel, in order to react appropriately to the threat of extraterrestrial invasion.
6. Requests that sanctions and economic boycott be imposed by the nations of the General Assembly should the State of Israel fail to comply.