J Armitage on Thu, 3 Jul 2003 23:38:54 +0200 (CEST)

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<nettime> Google's Weapons of Mass Destruction


Go to www.google.co.uk then type: weapons of mass destruction

Don't press Search.

Next click the "I'm feeling lucky" button - read the error message

I have placed the results below.


These Weapons of Mass Destruction cannot be displayed 
The weapons you are looking for are currently unavailable. The country might
be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your
weapons inspectors mandate. 

Please try the following:

Click the  Regime change button, or try again later.

If you are George Bush and typed the country's name in the address bar, make
sure that it is spelled correctly. (IRAQ).

To check your weapons inspector settings, click the UN menu, and then
click Weapons Inspector Options. On the Security Council tab, click
Consensus. The settings should match those provided by your government or
NATO.  If the Security Council has enabled it, The United States of
America can examine your country and automatically discover Weapons of
Mass Destruction. If you would like to use the CIA to try and discover
them, click Detect weapons Some countries require 128 thousand troops to
liberate them. Click the Panic menu and then click About US foreign policy
to determine what regime they will install.

If you are an Old European Country trying to protect your interests, make
sure your options are left wide open as long as possible. Click the Tools
menu, and then click on League of Nations. On the Advanced tab, scroll to
the Head in the Sand section and check settings for your exports to Iraq.  
Click the Bomb button if you are Donald Rumsfeld.

Cannot find weapons or CIA Error
Iraqi Explorer 
A.R.Cox 2003

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