OTTAWA – Jean Chretien today gave notice to France that it will not join the Coalition of the Unwilling, one day after refusing to join George Bush’s Coalition of the Willing. “My position has always been clear,” the Prime Minister said outside the House of Commons. “Da Security Council didn’t pass a resolution against the U.S. war, so I don’t want to join the Coalition of da Unwilling. We tried to broker an agreement, but dose Americans threatened to veto the resolution against demselves,” Chretien explained. “I don’t know what all da fuss is about,” he said. “My position couldn’t be more clear.” There was no reaction to Mr. Chretien’s statement from the Bush administration, or from French President Jacques Chirac.