Yes, help militarily
Meanwhile in Switzerland: "Ladies, Gentlemen, Putin," the UK said as he addressed the nations of this world.
"Don't start," Russia responded with aggression.
The UK glared at Russia and sighed. "Anyway, I presume you are wondering why I gathered y... ou all here today."
"Why is Taiwan here?" China asked abruptly.
"Why are you here, Commie?" Taiwan responded.
"Alright, if you guys aren't going to behave then you can get out!" Germany announced angrily.
"Thank you, Germany; now, back to business." The camera intensely zooms on the UK. "It has come to our attention that the people of the United States of America are sick of their government oppressing them."
"So are we," Iran said, cutting the UK off.
"Says you," France sneered.
"Enough, enough! We need to address the issue at hand. As hopefully you all understand the United States has a strong grip on many of you here. They are invested into this world, they consider themselves to be the peacekeepers, those that prevent this world from falling apart."
"What good they have done," Russia said sarcastically.
"Swear to God, Russia, don't start with me. Now, the people seek to topple their so-called tyrannical government and replace it with a more "loose" one. This may be an issue to us, considering the fact they will probably favor anti-military actions and less investments."
"So they won't pay their trillions of dollars in debt? Pity," China remarked.
"Right, anyway, we are the nations of this world that the US have had foreign entanglements with. Thus, I think it is in our best interests to decide what to do with this situation. On one side we can intervene and help the American people restore their freedom. On the other side we can help the American government restore order. But we always have the option to stay out of it entirely."
"Okay, okay. Presume we do intervene, what's in it for us?" Brazil asked.
"Yeah, what's in it for us?" Many other nations demanded to know.
"I guess that's what we need to decide on," the UK answered.
"Can we like remove the border fence? Even I want to escape my country," Mexico announced.
"I have an idea, how about we force them to pay back their debts?" China suggested.
"Can they help us invade North Korea?" South Korea asked.
The nations of the world looked around. "Where is North Korea anyway?" Japan asked.
"I invited him," China answered.
"He probably made his own meeting," Italy said as he rolled his eyes.
"Makes sense, but back to the subject at hand."
"Can I have Alaska back?" Russia suddenly said.
The room grew silent until Canada answered, "No."
The nations of the world started to argue about what they wanted to do with the United States. Some of them suggested letting them have their autonomy, others wanted to divide the country, while others wanted to install a puppet state. Germany grew irritated and yelled, "ENOUGH! We must come to a majority decision!"
"Since when did you speak for all of us," France pestered.
"Don't make me invade you again," Germany responded and France sat back down.
"Alright, Germany is right. We need to agree on what to do."
"How about we just, you know, let them be once we help them. Let them make their own decisions," Poland suggested.
Many forgot that Poland was in the room, so it was a shock to hear his voice. "Um, actually, that doesn't sound like a bad idea. Let them start their own nation back up again and maybe they can finally leave us alone unless we ask for help. After all, they will be indebted to us," Switzerland suggested.
"Yes, more debt, just what we need," China glared.
"No, debt as in they owe us one," India answered.
"No one should owe you anything," Pakistan barked.
"Guys, calm down! This isn't about us it's about the United States. They asked for our help and I think we should give it to them," Poland suggested.
"Since when do you make the rules, Poland?" Russia smirked.
"You know what, Poland is right. I think we should intervene and help the American people!" the UK exclaimed. "Who's with me!"
Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the rest of the UK's supporters raised their hands as well. The other nations sat idle and wondered what they should do. "Alright, no point in dragging this out," China announced as he raised his hand.
China's supporters were shocked, but had no choice to raise their hands as well. Soon, the dramatic music began to play and more and more nations started raising their hands. The Middle Eastern nations were hesitant at first, especially when Israel raised his hand. However, they eventually agreed when Iraq unexpectedly raised his. All that was left was Russia and his satellite states. All of the eyes in the room were on Russia. Russia sighed and then raised his hand, but then quickly put it back down. "Only if I get Alaska."
"Oh boy, here we go again," Canada said as he rolled his eyes.
"How about this: we will ask the people of Alaska if they want to join you. If the majority agree, you can have it."
"Agreed," Russia grinned.
"And it better not be like the Ukraine referendum," several nations added.
Russia seemed defeated and then raised his hand, "Fine."
"Alright, then it's decided. We will go to war!"
"DID SOMEONE SAY WAR!?" North Korea suddenly barged into the room, falling over everything in his way.