16 August 2010

Reza Baruni offed by Israeli diversionists, and more...

Want to know who Reza Baruni is and what "diversionists" really means? Here:

Founder and developer of the Iranian drones, a constructor Reza Baruni, was killed early in August in a raid by Israeli armed diversionists, who entered his well-defended villa in western Iran, Russian media reported citing the Israeli media.
As you can see, this bit of news went through a few translations, retaining as a result several accents, the last one Armenian. Needless to say that the original source is Oh Debka, Debka.

But the Israel armed diversionists didn't restrict themselves to that single act of villainy, which was followed it up by another one:
On Aug. 1, An American warship cruising in the Persian Gulf lofted three unmanned aircraft and crashed them deliberately on the dome atop the Iranian nuclear reactor in Bushehr.
This scoop, however, is disputed by the Iranians:
They elicited a Ministry of Defense communiqué which confirmed that a single drone had indeed crashed into the nuclear reactor dome, but insisted it was launched by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards to test the alertness of the air defense personnel guarding it and the effectiveness of its anti-air radar system.
Mmm... how do you like them Ministry chickens? I would say that the truth is elsewhere: the late Mr Baruni was playing with several drones simultaneously from the comfort of his home, when something went terribly wrong. As a result, few of the drones fell on his head and the others on that nuclear reactor dome.

Of course, the Elders' mind control rays and their fatal impact cannot be completely excluded as a possibility...