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Israel retracts earlier “Of course it was us, duuuuh” statement

The Israeli Prime Minister has said that officials were speaking out of turn when they earlier commented on the news of the death of an Iranian nuclear scientist.

The comments came after Ministers were questioned about a car bomb killed a University professor tasked with making ‘a massive nuke to wipe America off the map’.

That guy? You won’t be hearing from him no more [giggle]. Was it us? Last I heard, Mikey from Mossad sent him skyward. Ha! Of course it was us, duuuuh.

Several scientists fled the country after earlier assassinations and have sought refuge in Europe and the States. One such person was Professor Asgari, who the US threatened with jail after he arrived at Los Angeles International Airport.

They wanted me to build them a bomb, so I took their plutonium and in turn, gave them a shiny bomb-casing full of used pinball machine parts!

Israel has been criticised by the international community for constantly going overseas to blow up, shoot, drown, poison and strangle its opponents. Israel only response so far has been ‘Ooooh, scary’.

Iran has said that they will press on with plans to make a nuclear bomb, and hope that some day they can use the technology to provide cheaper electricity to its people. The US is strongly opposed to this plan and has threatened sanctions, military action and even disconnecting them from Facebook.

Observers have pointed out that removing nuclear capabiilities from Iran would not solve the problem, as North Korea openly sell weapons grade plutonium on ebay.

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Posted by on January 11, 2012. Filed under Asia-Pacific,zParody Fake Newsz. Post tags:, ,
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