Thursday, September 27, 2012

Netanyahu reveals secrets of Iran's nuclear program

Benjamin Netanyahu shows a drawing illustrating Iran's alleged progress towards a nuclear-weapons capability during his speech to the UN General Assembly, 27 September

Netanyahu displays blueprint of Iranian nuclear weapon at UN

My goodness, that Iranian nuke does bear a striking resemblance to the primitive devices from the Acme company that the Road Runner et al used to pelt one another with on Saturday mornings.

The Israeli Prime Minister astonished his audience at the UN General Assembly with his grasp of the technical intricacies of bomb-making today.

Holding aloft a visual aid that looked as though it had been prepared by a kindergarten teacher, Bibi informed the assembly that bombs consist of three stages plus a fuse.

“I’m gob-smacked” said admiring UK Foreign Minister William Hague. “I’ve long been awed by Bibi’s skills as an orator and a political operator, but I had no idea of his expertise in nuclear engineering!”

Using his teaching prop Netanyahu explained that Iran’s nuclear ambitions could be thwarted by drawing a red line between the 2nd and 3rd stage of the bomb, well before the fuse.

He then proceeded to draw that line with a red marker he pulled from his pocket.


I guess we can all breathe easy now!

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