New York — UN ambassador Micky Holey advocated that, given the more temperate climate in the Arctic, the North Pole would be a more appropriate location for the UN. “It’s time to get it out of New York,” Holey said, “where it is constantly making poor foreign policy decisions such as the recent condemnation of moving US embassies to Jerusalem.” She noted that the move of all US embassies, currently scattered around the globe, to Jerusalem would create “one-stop shopping”.
“When you think about it, the North Pole is really the capital of the world,” she said, noting that virtually all world airlines fly the polar routes. The mandate in the tax bill to drill in the arctic wildlife refuge will bring a new economic vitality to the region, she said.
Holey noted that there is even an appropriate site available. “When Kal-el (aka Superman) abandoned his arctic Fortress of Solitude for other locations in the Antarctic and the rain forest, the huge complex, complete with an interplanetary zoo, became available. “It even has a golden door and golden key,” she noted.
“It may seem cold now,” she said. “But believe me, future generations will thank us.”