Friday, January 15, 2010


A couple of days ago, I half-joked that Putz foresaw the recent assassinations of Iranian scientists because he had, infamously, called for exactly that two years ago.

Anyhoo. I'm not sure if we have readers in the erstwhile Evil Empire, but, well... 

US, Israeli Intelligence Behind Assassination

Iranian nuclear scientist and professor at Tehran University, Massoud Ali Mohammadi, was assassinated when "when a bomb strapped to a motorcycle exploded by remote control outside his home in his northern Tehran neighbourhood of Qeytariyeh." Mohammadi taught neutron physics and "was the author of several articles on quantum and theoretical physics in scientific journals," though the extent of his involvement in Iran's nuclear program is unclear

It just so happens that in February 2007, a controversy erupted when University of Tennessee Law Professor Glenn Reynolds advocated that, in response to Iran's nuclear activities, the U.S. should be "killing radical mullahs and Iranian atomic scientists." Exactly who told this Zionist that the U.S. had the right to behave in such a way? It should also be noted that such remote control explosions are a trademark of U.S. and Israeli terrorist activity.

That's from Pravda.

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