WINNIPEG – As supplies for people taking responsibility dwindle, the international community is sending in two hundred tons of leadership in absence of having a Premier who takes the coronavirus seriously.
Aid will begin arriving at James Armstrong Richardson Airport later this evening with aircraft chock-full of leaders much better than Brian Pallister.
The United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) organization will have the difficult task of fulfilling the duties of elected officials such as following the advice of doctors and having coherent policies that prevent, rather than spread, the virus.
“Foresight and common sense are sparse among political leadership here,” said UNDAC’s Manitoba field commander Jorge Delgado. “We will immediately deploy a team of decision-makers that will address the half-assed measures that are scourging province.”
At press time, Premier Pallister announced the health care system will be staffed entirely by volunteers.