President Po Kin Nohzin, of the Peoples Republic of Kuku (a tiny independent state in the Kingdom of Bhutan) has, this week, sent a letter to every Buddhist in England, demanding that they oppose the British government's plan to increase parking charges outside the Palace of Westminster.
Nohzin, who doesn't own or drive a car himself, maintains that the increase in parking charges will break with traditions that go back two and a half years to when the charges were last increased.
"It's bad Khama," he says in his letter, "And, if there was such a thing as God he wouldn't like it one bit."
David Cameron (the prime minister of Britain) is rumoured to be more than a bit worried about the President of Kuku's letter. Buddhists are particularly hyper at the moment as they have all started eating meat for Lent.