Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Iran VP Blames West for Drought – It Then Begins to Rain, a True Story!

Iran’s Vice President Hassan Mousavi said on Monday that the West was using new technology to create a drought condition in Iran.

“The world arrogance and colonist (the U.S. and the EU) are influencing Iran’s climate conditions using new technology... The drought is an acute issue and soft war is completely evident... This level of drought is not normal,” Mousavi said. (Fars News Agency/AFP/businessinsider.com)

Moments after the VP made the pronouncement, it began to rain. It really did.


Mark Pyruz said...

And in Britain, the Times of London published an editorial calling for the end of rain:

"Let us make our position crystal clear: We are against this weather," the venerable newspaper wrote in an unsigned opinion piece. "It must stop raining, and soon."

Unfortunately for the Brits, it's still raining. Perhaps their next recourse is prayer from the Church of England.

Anonymous said...

Ha Ha Ha Ha!
Why not throw in Israel while he's at it as well!
These are the type of people that are running our country.A bunch of witch doctors!

Anonymous said...

Mark Pyruz

Iran just like Britain 350 years ago has found to its cost that religion and superstition must not play in politics.
Unfortunately for some people on this forum they still haven't grasped that.

Nader Uskowi said...

I was not really interested in the VP’s inability to forecast the weather, you need to be a professional to do it, but amazed and amused how he could, with a straight face, say the West caused the drought. A page out of Uncle Napoleon☺

Anonymous said...

Thankfully he doesn't blame the First nations and the Indian in US and Canada.

Matt said...

The West's (and everyone else's) ability - including Iran itself - to cause drought as a result of emitting CO2 is scientifically proven. Read the research from NASA climatologist James Hansen on the "climate dice". Of course, global warming hits everyone, including the US which now suffers from an unprecedented heatwave.