Closing time in Iran
The game of bluff adopted by President Saddam Hussein of Iraq to confuse nuclear weapons inspectors of Iraq’s nuclear capability didn’t work. The toppled and deceased Hussein brought invasion on his land and no weapons were found; the dictator was playing with an empty hand. It begs the question, what game is Iran playing at? Are they also full of bluster or more sinisterly have they an ace up their sleeve?
Secret papers smuggled out of the Islamic Republic of Iran by a dissident scientist reveals the truth behind Iran’s nuclear program. This was delivered to the offices of a covert Western-backed organisation somewhere in Britain. The documents were stapled together to form a football-like programme that was snug and easy to read.
It seems the mullahs are developing a weapon of mass annihilation, the likes of which this world has never known. The missile would let off a toxic gas that they think will be more harmful to us than nuclear radiation. Buried underground and working feverishly around the clock the Iranian Physicists are hard at work on a hangover bomb.
Iran is an alcohol free country, the Western world is not. They think that this is where the capitalist society can be brought to its knees, literally. Have they a chance using this type of missile technology? The Iranians believe no one would Bacchus after they’d let leash the hangover bomb.
If dropped, it would be annoying. Imagine having a full-blown hangover without the night of revelry before. The good thing would be we’d all be in the same boat. There’d be no smug, sober, someone to exacerbate the headache. Iran are definitely going down the wrong track, though. Hangovers can be overcome. We’re used to thumping pain, exhausted limbs and the dry tongue lolling in the mouth with the breath of a gargoyle. In a couple of hours we’d be right as rain.