The Curmudgeon


Thursday, September 20, 2007

Predictable Outrage

The bearded, beady-eyed, baby-basting President of Iran has further provoked the United States by asking to lay a wreath at the site of the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, when America was attacked by terrorists.

The United States, which on 11 September 2001 was attacked by terrorists who were practically Iranian in intent if not in actual nationalismitude, reacted with predictable outrage.

Rudy Giuliani described the Iranian president as "a man who has made threats against America and Israel", including the threat to retaliate if attacked.

The last time Iran retaliated when it was attacked, a vicious ten-year war with Iraq was the deplorable result, for which Iran has never expressed contrition. If Iran had won, there is every chance that the pro-Western Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, would have been tried in a kangaroo court and then unceremoniously executed.

Giuliani also claimed that Iran is "pursuing the development of nuclear weapons", something Israel and America have never done, in case other nations should feel unduly provoked. However, tact is not a widely recognised feature of the Iranian psyche.

A State Department source considered the Ahmadinejad "request" to be a 600-seater, Islamic-green airliner of phlegm steering straight for the widowed and orphaned eyeballs of the freedom-loving twin towers of America's grief, resolve and right to bear arms.


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