Thursday, September 15, 2005

Iran Displays New Openness To Being Preemptively Stricken

Washington--As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad told the world of his willingness to share nuclear technology with other Islamic Nations, many foreign policy experts hailed the country's "new and open willingness" to being preemptively incinerated off the face of the earth.

"Up until now, we've only seen hollow symbolism," said one expert. "But with this new administration, we may actually get to see the rubber hit the road."

Ahmadinejad made the comments shortly after a meeting with the Turkish Prime Minister, who applauded Ahmadinejad's "forward thinking."

"This is a man who's looked into the future, and realizes that an Iran-free world is not only possible, but probable," he said.

Critics say that Ahmadinejad is merely "posturing," an attempt to make oneself appear to be the most volatile, surly nation on the planet.

"It's all smoke and mirrors," said one hopeful critic. "There's no way he's going to provoke the wholesale, pyhrric removal of his own country like that. That would be too good to be true."

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