Last Saturday, Iran was allowed to begin inserting fuel rods into their nuclear reactor without so much as a whimper from the international community. World leaders heaved a collective *sigh* and continued their golf games, vacations and parlor parties while the citizens of the world, the sane ones anyway, were forced yet again to wonder on the competence and/or contrivance of said “leaders.”
Ever wonder what would have happened if Kennedy hadn’t called Khrushchev’s bluff? We’re about to find out.
Just one day (1) uno, one singular day after the fueling announcement comes news of a new Iranian ambassador.
Really? What’s his name?
The Ambassador of Death.
Nice. Gotta hand it to those mullahs, they sure know how to name a weapon.
Hey, I’ve got a better idea. How about something more appropriate? (Warning: tell the children to leave the room.)
How about we call it the “Dildo of Doom?” It would go along with the douche-nozzle who’s running the country over there. Sorry to be so graphic. I’ll revise the name to shall we say, “Marital Aid of Mass Destruction?” Nah, just doesn’t have the same ring of truth.
OK, one more: “Suppository of Subjugation.”
Feel free to add your own suggestions in the comments.
It is also interesting to note that Wired.com is questioning the Ambassador’s size, wondering aloud if Iran is claiming it’s ambassador to be more “endowed” than it really is.
“Is that a WMD in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?”
Each day that passes without taking out Iran’s threat of nuclear armaments is another day closer to World War Three. I’m hoping against hope that a special forces or some other clandestine outfit is making plans to sabotage their facilities.
There is a glimmer of hope though. An unattributed editorial in the Washington Times reports that
… There are unconfirmed reports that Reza Baruni, the mastermind of Iran’s drone program, was assassinated earlier this month when his heavily guarded villa in southern Iran was bombed. On the same day, three unarmed drone aircraft reportedly crashed into the containment dome of the Bushehr reactor…
Still, I’d like to see more than unattributed reports claiming unconfirmed actions of unarmed aircraft causing unknown results.
It’s all a bit… unsettling.
Previously: Should Israel Bomb Iran?