Microbiologist Doctor Ali Hoseyni Khamenei subsisted by feeding on the life essence, blood of living persons. He kept his victims in dark, damp, and cramped dungeons; the three most infamous ones being Kahrizak, Avin, and Rajai-Shahr. Although bloodsucking demons have existed throughout the Iranian history, especially in an area immediately to the north-west of Kavir Desert, and another in the north-east region of the country near Turkmenistan-Afghanistan border, Doctor Khamenei’s ruthlessness had surpassed them all.
Doctor Khamenei was born in Mashhad, the Mecca for such creatures, although many Mashhadi people are themselves victims of such beasts. From an early age he was fascinated with properties of blood, however he was in his sixties when he began systematic study of divine-microbiology and bacterial infection of blood. By the time he was seventy years old, having studied behavior of microbes for at least ten years; he had become the most prominent bloodsucking authority in recognizing social, political, and cultural microbes. And so, it was in October 2010 that he announced to the world that the Iranian nation was infected with at least three different types of deadly microbes, sociali bacteria, politica bacteria, and culturales bacteria. As a cure, he announced widespread use of an ancient antibiotic called ‘Amputatio Membrorum Antibiotic’ (amputation of limbs antibiotic). So a new reign of terror began, first in the city of his birth, and then it spread to Yazd, Hamadan, and Mashhad, where soon bakers in those cities had to learn how to make candies with only one hand, as the result of their right hand being amputated to save their lives.
Doctor Khamenei’s assistances are werewolves, wolf-like animals that have the ability to shape-shift themselves into human-like creatures. This transformation gives werewolves superhuman and unlimited strength, cruelty and monstrosity. Some werewolves, once dressed in human clothes are called Plainclothes Security Forces, others maintain their wolf-like beards and are called Basijis, a third group is simply known as Thugs. Even though werewolves are equipped with their own beastly fangs and claws, which could easily tear apart any man without much effort, they prefer to carry with them razor blades, knives, daggers, swords, and guns. Is 2009, when Doctor Khamenei’s blood supply was dwindling, werewolves were the main entities packing his dungeons with new victims.
Many believe the Iranian people have been placed under a curse, “The curse of the Full Moon”. That is when people see the unseen, the faces of humans on the surface of the moon, and so they are mesmerized into believing and acting without much logic. The latest occurrence of these types of seduction, on a mass scale, manifested itself in the late 1970’s when people sighted the face of another well-known doctor on the moon, another microbiologist by the name of Doctor Moosavi Khomeini. Doctor Khomeini and Khamenei are not related to each other by blood, but blood that they have sucked. But, many westerners are so confused with the similarities of the two names that they believe these two bloodsuckers are the same. Let it be known, they are not the same. Doctor Khomeini, although he was a prominent microbiologist at his time, at the end of his life he failed to cure the Iranian nation of its microbial infection before he passed away from having lost his ability to digest sufficient amount of blood to sustain him. But Doctor Khamenei, having learned from the mistakes of his predecessor, is still in a great blood digestive health, and as such he is hellbound determined to suck the blood of Iranian people till he is 99 years old, at least.
Having said so, soon I’ll be typing with my left hand fingers only, having lost my right hand to the ‘Amputatio Membrorum Antibiotic’.
Footnote: Blog Image courtesy of Red Wine.
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