Interessant déjà le fait que Oblabla soit en promenade en ces périodes de trouble potentiel.
Mais 200 millions USD par jour?
What is so important that Obama has to spend $200 million bucks per day-Diwali (also spelled Divali in few countries) or Deepavali is popularly known as the festival of lights. Its an important five-day festival in Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism, occurring between mid-October and mid-November. For Hindus, Diwali is the most important festival of the year and is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities together in their homes. [...]
Let me recap on what Obama and the US are committing to the President’s trip to the lights!
- To be protected by a fleet of 34 warships, including an aircraft carrier, which will patrol the sea lanes off the Mumbai coast during his two-day stay there beginning Saturday
- An entourage of 3000 people that include security and most of the staff from the White House who too need to see the Festival of Lights.
- The complete Taj Mahal is booked, 507 rooms, a total of 800 rooms booked by the White House.
- Coconuts removed from the trees to protect the first family from falling fruit!
- Forty aircraft include both Air Force One’s 747s
- Six armored cares-“The president himself will be ferried around in a black Cadillac - dubbed 'Barack Mobile', which has its own built in communications center, to enable Obama to be in touch with the White House, the US vice president and the US strategic command,” from the India Times.
- Three Marine One helicopters
- 30 bomb sniffing dogs
- UPDATED FLASH-DNA India reports that Obama will have our military build a kilometer long bomb proof and air conditioned tunnel so he and the fam can visit Ghandi's museum! "A bomb-proof over-ground tunnel — to be installed by US military engineers in just an hour.The tunnel would be a kilometre long and measure 12ft by 12ft — enough to let Obama’s cavalcade pass through. The tunnel would be centrally air-conditioned, fitted with close-circuit television cameras, and will be heavily guarded at every point, including, of course, its entry and exit."