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Monday, 15 October 2012

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The Iranian oil tanker IS Camel Hair can hold 6,250,000 barrels of crude oil.

TEHRAN, Iran - A highly personal in-house memorandum between Iran's Ayatollah Abdul Musaweewee Abacus, 67, to Ayatollah Ali Mohammad Open-Sesame, Jr., 71, has been intercepted by CIA operatives and forwarded to President Obama via FedEx.

The extremely top secret memo is purported to state the detailed details of Iran's plan to sink two of its largest oil tankers the IS Camel Hair and the IS Camel Toe in the Persian Gulf causing the greatest oil spill in the history of oil spills.

According to Iran's Revolutionary Guard Guild executive director Yousef Fezzi Nintendo, the plan is for 12.5 million barrels (550 million gallons) of crude oil to be purposely spilled into the Persian Gulf which will then make its way into the Arabian Sea, and eventually into the Indian Ocean.

The oil spill project has been given the code name: Operation Yucky! Yucky! Yucky!

[EDITOR'S NOTE: As a point of reference, Iran's planned Persian Gulf Oil Spill is about ten times greater than the Exxon Valdez Alaskan Oil Spill of 1989.]

Yousef Fezzi Nintendo has made it very clear that the sole person of this project is not to harm any fish, people, or camels but simply to drive up the price of oil and to let the world know that the world's major powers had better start paying some serious attention to Iran just as they do to the Netherlands, Laos, El Salvador, and Lower Zamgola.

SIDENOTE: The Ayatollah Abdul Musaweewee mentioned in his captured in-house memo that by the time they get through with the pretty Persian Gulf, map makers will be changing its name to the 10W30 Weight Gulf.

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