Citizens of countries represented at the NATO meeting in Wales have come up with a radical idea to protect themselves from the dangers of ISIS. They have requested a militarised ring of steel similar to the one protecting their leaders from a few protesters while they discuss the best way to protect their countries.
“We understand that anti-war protesters armed with guitars and flags need to be kept well away the leaders of NATO, but if we could all be afforded with the security they are getting, I reckon we would all be quite safe from any terrorist threat,” said one supporter of the plans.
“In fact, I would feel so protected I think I’d even have the confidence not to cross the road when I see a potential terrorist or charity collector in the High Street. A shoot to kill policy would help, but would be more of a bonus.”
Leaders at the NATO summit have laughed off the suggestion. British Prime Minister David Cameron told us: “Of course we want what’s best for the people of our countries, but don’t push it. This level of security is only given to really important people who need protecting from the danger of being exposed to the views of ‘the public’.”