What happens when you mix old-style witchcraft with the world's largest island? You get the <a href="http://www.guardian.co.uk/international/story/0,3604,872556,00.html">collapse of a government</a>, though one that probably few of us even suspected existed. The recently elected government of Greenland, which is a semi-autonomous part of Denmark, looks like it is going to collapse. All the furor is over a Mr. Jens Lyberth, who was recently appointed by the social democratic Siumut party. He decided to enlist the aid of a native Inuit spiritualist to "drivenegative energy" from the government buildings - negative energy due to conflicts between Greenlanders and Danes, who make up about a fifth of the island's 56,000 residents. However, the woman's activies bothered others, and the leftwing Inuit Ataqatigitt party withdrew coalition support from it's former partner party, and if agreements are not reached soon, new elections will be held - after only 37 days of the current government being in office.