NEW YORK—Speaking at the United Nations this week, Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi called for the immediate release of the long-delayed ColecoVision Super Expansion Module while praising the Coleco Brotherhood, calling their research "brave" and "a positive force for meaningful change". The ColecoVision Brotherhood, an international network of elite Coleco programmers that includes Retroillucid, NewColeco, Eduardo Mello (OpCode) and others, develops new games and accessories for the legendary console. Mello's pending release of Coleco's canceled Super Expansion Module and arcade-perfect 4-screen port of Donkey Kong have caught the attention of the Libyan ruler. "Through the years there have been many desirable game machines, and from the whole, I swear by god ColecoVision is the fairest of them all" said Qaddafi, citing the Super Expansion Module's 30-year delay as the greatest gaming injustice since Doc Brown stole his plutonium and in return gave him a box filled with used pinball machine parts. "The world has waited long enough for this precious miracle. It is my sincerest wish, Allah willing (praise be his name), that Eduardo Mello find the strength within to complete his Super Game Module by year's end, and produce the fabled Donkey Kong Arcade cartridge. Also, death to America." The Brotherhood has not issued a statement on Qaddafi's remarks.