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Thursday, 19 January 2006

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"The place simply went bloody Boom"

Satellite imagery shows a "great big hole in the ground" where Tehran Iran used to be after Iran successfully tested it's first thermonuclear device .. in the middle of downtown Tehran. "I'm sure it was just an accident" one U.S. official said adding "But then again so was the Great Chicago fire."

President Bush spoke with Iran's President who was in Israel at the time of the explosion praying for the speedy non-recovery of Prime Minister Arial Sharon.

Satellites show that the bomb completely leveled the capital city and much of the surrounding terrorist stronghold area up to a radius of 53 kilometers. One official commented, "It makes Hiroshima look like downtown Buffalo on a bad hair day."

The United Nations is not sure whether to issue sanctions against what's left of Iran or simply try and stop laughing. With perhaps over 12 million fatalities many agree that the UN should hold off on the laughter sanction until final destruction figures are in.

"We knew they had the Nukes" Jacques Chirac said. In a rare display of international cooperation and agreement Tony Blair actually agreed with his French counterpart saying, in a live emergency BBC speech,

"The place simply went bloody Boom. Boom I say. Quite odd that."

Even though it's too soon to tell, scientists believe that the nuclear bomb that exploded was perhaps being transported from one secret location in Iran to another.

"Kinda like Saddam secretly transported his WMD's to secret locations in Iran" President Bush added.

Iran's president, with no capital city to go back to has not yet decided if he wants to continue with his nuclear program or just try and survive, flee the country once the deadly radioactive clouds start drifting all over the countryside killing untold multitudes in their paths.

"Personally I would explore the FLEEING option" Tony Blair, 2738 miles safely away from the deadly nuclear fallout told reporters.

Acting Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert graciously sent a letter of sorrow and condolences to the President of Iran adding,

"Now WHO was it again you were offering to send back to the stone age?"

Sources say that the Iranian President has not yet responded to the Israeli Prime Minister's letter of condolences which sources say DID contain a couple of smiley faces and a cartoon mushroom cloud at the end.

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