با دگران چه ها کند؟

Fred
by Fred
22-Aug-2009
 

It seems people have moved on, the world has moved on, it is a natural thing after all, the moving on that is. Back to the tired routine of sporadic reports of this or that outrageous pronouncement, claim or action by the IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic.  

Ok lets forget about the piecemeal reports of atrocity after atrocity coming out of the IRR, lets even not try to put them all side by side and see the frightening picture of how it is on the ground and yes, Kahrizak is no Auschwitz.

Lets also forget about all those nameless, faceless who right this very minute are in the many known and unknown dungeons of the IRR, getting the Islamist hospitality treatment of intensive weight loss regimen, aka Evin diet, rape and torture.

Lets pretend none of that matters, something that a whole lot of people are good at, pretending that is.

While we are at pretending lets pretend such a scenario in which the IRR has just announced and the international monitoring agencies have confirmed the detonation of a nuclear device. Remember it is only pretending so stop the seven ways ‘till Sunday arguments for it will never happen.  Back to the imagining; try to visualize what a bunch of doomsday messianic Islamists would do with their new toy.  And just to make it a little more interesting toss into the envisaged scenario the real honest-to-goodness YouTube certified ways they treat their own women, men and children. Now, as the sole nuclear power in the Persian Gulf with long range missiles what would they do to others that they call infidel, satanic… And how those others’ certain response would impact not IRR, but Iran’s national interests?

 


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