The Iranian – Brit conflict is getting ugly.
Not content with forcing their Brit hostages to read out grammatically-challenged “confessions”, the Mullahs’ propaganda broadcasts have exposed not just the poor hostages but the entire world to curtains of mass destruction (aesthetes should avert their eyes):
These curtains are a clear violation of the UN Universal Charter (Aesthetic Section), and Iran deserves the same punishment as the Belgium nation and the Tate Modern.
Of course, two wrongs don’t make a right, so there was no excuse for this brutality:
Britain has sent a written response to the Iranian government regarding the 15 detained sailors and marines, the Foreign Office has said.
And this is quite beyond the boundaries of civilized behavior:
Iran’s ambassador to Russia renewed a threat Iranian officials made earlier this week, saying 15 British sailors held by Iran could be tried for violating international law, Iran’s state news agency IRNA reported Saturday.
Gholam-Reza Ansari told Russian television Vesti-24 on Friday that Iran had launched a legal investigation of the British sailors. “They will be tried if there is enough evidence of guilt,” Ansari was quoted by IRNA as saying.
When will this nightmare end?