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Hey, mad Mullahs! You’d better be careful when planning your next holiday!

(Monday blog)

Bang, crash, wallop!

Wow! The new year 2020 certainly started with a bang! A bang when the vehicle carrying Iranian terror chief Qassem Soleimani and his goat-busting Iraqi chum got hit by a US Hellfire missile as did the following vehicle carrying the two Islamic heroes’ bodyguards. As the mainstream Western media fulminates against Trump for supposedly escalating tensions in the worthless Middle East, here let’s celebrate a great achievement.

It’s amazing that the US knew exactly where Qassem Soleimani was, what plane he was travelling on and what time it would arrive in Baghdad:

Maybe someone in Iran didn’t like Mr Qassem Soleimani too much? It was even more amazing that the US drone could follow the convoy carrying Qassem Soleimani and other assorted lunatics and then accurately fire two missiles – one at Qassem Soleimani’s vehicle and one at the bodyguards’. Brilliant! Absolutely brilliant!

(Image from the Daily Mail online)

Iran’s mad, trouble-making Mullahs will have to be a bit more careful when they make their next holiday plans. Otherwise a Hellfire missile might spoil their fun in the sun.

As for Qassem Soleimani, his Iraqi chum and their bodyguards – well they’ll presumably be enjoying their 72 virgins:

So they should give thanks to Trump for sending them to paradise.

Africa – millions more in misery

What else has happened while the blog has been on holiday?

Well, at least 4 million more Africans have been born into abject, crushing, hopeless poverty while African rulers continue to loot their countries of anything worth stealing and stash their billions in offshore tax havens.

For example, we’ve just learned that Isabel dos Santos, the daughter of Angola’s president, is the owner of a rather attractive £13m property in London. But £13m is mere small change for Isabel dos Santos who has mysteriously amassed an estimated $2.3 billion fortune in the form of large shares in Angola’s key industries, including cement, banking, telecoms, and diamonds while over 90% of sh*t-hole Angola’s population live in poverty-stricken misery. Perhaps Oxfam and Save the Children and Unicef etc ‘forgot’ to tell you what really happens to all the billions we have been sending to Africa for the last 50+ years when demanding even more of your money?

So, expect plenty of appeals in 2020 from the likes of Oxfam, Save the Children, Unicef, Water Aid and so on for ever more of your cash to give to ever more starving Africans:

If Saint Greta the Gormless wants to save the planet, perhaps she could start promoting a crackdown on corruption and a programme of birth control in Africa before Africa destroys the world with its teeming billions

8 comments to Hey, mad Mullahs! You’d better be careful when planning your next holiday!

  • Brian the Bold

    Welcome back David.

    I am sure I speak for all of your readers in wishing you every good fortune in 2020 and thank you for all the fun and insight that you shared with us in 2019.

  • A Thorpe

    I’m not convinced that this is something to be celebrated. I have always believed the West should keep out of Middle East affairs. The response of the EU to ask the USA and Iran to de-escalating the conflict is pathetic. We would not do that if we were attacked.

  • A Thorpe

    Not related to this but did anybody hear Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes? This is a sample:

    ‘If you do win an award tonight, don’t use it as a platform to make a political speech. You know nothing about the real world. Most of you spent less time in school than Greta Thunberg. If you win, thank your agent, thank your god, and fuck off.’

  • William Boreham

    Think Trump made a mistake making it personal. At best, he can only be president for another 4 years – and then? An $80 million bounty on his head? Even better for the crazies, his wife or daughter? Frankly, were I him, I wouldn’t sleep very sound at nights when he’s an ex-president. Think I’d back off booking any stay in any of the properties he owns either.

  • tomsks

    Its like an episode of Homeland. But its not good butit needed to be done, how many times does the west turn its cheek to Iranian agression and provocation? But the danger is we are doing what they want, Iran is ruled by the Mullahs, they enslave theor own for dancing, not wearing headscarves, listening to pop music, the youth of Iran are not interested, the underground Iranian church and in prison is now estimated to be 6 million strong, there are many in Iran who do not support this regime but they are powerless. The regime wants to bring on Armageddon as they believe their Mahdi wil come, they want war. We dont, it will affect us, our oil supply resulting in our food supply being disrupted, resulting in looting and disorder and lawlessness over a period of time, and everything that goes with that. Not to mention that Merkel has allowed thousands of them into Europe, the Torys have let thousands into Britain and doesnt return them, the recipe for bad things is present.

  • Jeff Palmer

    I disagree with the gentlemen above. The Iranians, along with all the ROP devotees, already hate and despise us and would kill or enslave all of us if they could.
    But back in the days of Empire, our experienced administrators knew that the only thing the ROP respected was force. And that anyone who didn’t have the courage to use it was despised.
    As a result of the Empire’s willingness to use it, ROP devotees voluntarily joined the (British) Indian Army in their tens of thousands, and fought on our behalf, for over a century.
    When we stupidly took our eye of the ball, and also let missionaries in, we got the ROP Mutiny of 1857. But when we put the Mutiny down, with ‘Extreme Prejudice’, then in a quote of the time ‘Friends were thick as summer flies.’
    The Israelis can be relied on 100% to keep Iran’s nuclear ambitions in check, since for them it is literally an existential threat. And guess what, they won’t be doing that by negotiations or via the UN.
    President Trump has a very clear grasp of the realities of the situation – far clearer than his professional politician predecessors did, and the consequences of whose mistakes he is attempting to clear up. Without much help from America’s so-called allies.

  • A F Fanculo

    insightful as ever. Best wishes for 2020

  • David Morgan

    I think it was right to bump off this instigator of mass murder, but perhaps it should have been done with less hullabaloo. The world is undoubtedly a safer place now that Qassem Soleimani has been vapourised. The good thing about it, is it certainly pissed off Albert Steptoe, a.k.a. Jeremy Corbyn.

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