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Mr. Blair after graciously receiving the tender colo-rectal ministrations from the Mad Mullahs, is asked to provide sloppy seconds.

Iranian: U.K. Can Help Mend Relations

Fifteen British sailors and marines freed from captivity in Tehran began two weeks’ leave with their families Saturday, while Iran’s ambassador to London urged Britain to help his nation mend relations with the international community.

Now in the context of this shameful affair, one might think the ambassador is asking for help from the UK to mend Iran’s relations with said international community, right?

Ambassador Rasoul Movahedian told the Financial Times newspaper in an article published Saturday that Iran had “showed our goodwill” by freeing the Britons.

“Now it is up to the British government to proceed in a positive way,” he was quoted as saying. “We will welcome in general any steps that could defuse tensions in the region.”

Nope, the Brits after getting thoroughly dry-humped, sans a solitary reach-around, are being encouraged by the Mad Mullahs to drop trou’ for the rest of the international community. At least Assad will be at the back of the line, I’m sure it will take him at least a month to recharge the man-juice reservoir from Lugosi’s visit.

The British mariners, captured in the Persian Gulf on March 23, were freed Wednesday by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who called their release a gift to Britain. [emph mine]

Such a delightful Easter present huh Tony? Your own Royal Navy and Marines. They should’ve given them fake bunny-ears along with the cheap suits.

Movahedian told the Financial Times that the release of the British crew was not connected to the fate of five Iranians held by U.S. forces in Iraq. U.S. officials said last week that Iran would be granted access to the detainees, but denied the decision was linked to the fate of British crew. Britain also has denied a link.

But Movahedian indicated help from the British on the matter would be appreciated.

That, I assume, is the bunch of terrorists captured by Iraqi forces and screaming they were tortured by the CIA, right? Note to Ahmadinejad: Usually prisoner exchanges are arranged while both sides still hold each other’s guys, but you played it well so far, no reason to believe it won’t work anyway.

“If they want to be helpful and use their influence we will welcome that. … We will welcome in general any steps that could defuse tensions in the region,” he said.

Movahedian called on Britain to use the resolution of the crisis as a chance to “establish sensible lines of communication with Iran.”

How about you resurrect Churchill and establish a sensible line of ballistic communications with the terminal end on downtown Tehran?

He said the key issue for Iran was recognition from the West of its right to a nuclear power program.

“That’s the prime issue for Iran and I think that could help set a new basis for our future relations with Western countries,” he said.

surprise !!!!!…..not…..

The United States and allies, including Britain, fear Iran is pursuing a nuclear weapons program under cover of its civilian nuclear program. Iran denies this, insisting it seeks to use the program only for nuclear energy.

Any bets on how this plays out? The score is Mad Mullahs 1 - UK, US, Israel 0. The birds are already coming home to roost. I suggest the Prime Minister will look good with pink pom-poms for the UN don’t you?

Britain’s Foreign Office had no immediate comment on the Iranian ambassador’s remarks. A spokesman said officials “will need time to assess the implication for diplomatic relations with Iran” of the crew’s accounts of their treatment in detention.

It takes time to swallow the load they are gargling with now. Mind that dribble down your chin there mate. Allah is not pleased by waste you know?

The newspaper said Movahedian spoke before several crew members described Friday how they had been blindfolded, bound, kept in solitary confinement and subjected to psychological pressure during their captivity.

Now if the Mullahs really had a sense of humor, panties should have been included in there.

The Vatican said Pope Benedict XVI had written to Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to intercede for the release of the crew. Vatican officials declined to give details of the letter, although The Guardian newspaper reported that the letter had asked Iran to free the crew in time for Sunday’s Easter holiday as a religious gesture of goodwill.

My apologies to his Eminence, but the gesture we got wasn’t religious in nature.

The sailors’ said during their Friday press conference that they were coerced into saying they had been in Iranian waters when they were detained.

Iran dismissed the sailors’ news conference as propaganda — just as Britain condemned the crew members’ frequent appearances on Iranian TV during their captivity.

Not even a strong condemnation, just a regular condemnation and maybe a furrowed brow.

The British crew was detained while patrolling for smugglers near the mouth of the Shatt al-Arab, a waterway that has long been a disputed dividing line between Iraq and Iran.

Despite the resolution of the crisis, tensions in the Persian Gulf remain high. The U.S. has two aircraft carrier groups off Iran’s coast, its largest show of force in the region since the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

The Guardian reported Saturday that the U.S. military offered to mount “aggressive patrols” over Iranian Revolutionary Guard bases after the sailors and marines were captured.

Of course we know the only thing ‘mounted’ was the PMs back.

The newspaper, which did not name its sources, said Britain had declined the offer and asked the U.S. to tone down its military activity in the Gulf. The Guardian said U.S. forces “modified their exercises to make them less confrontational.”

And here I thought the U.S. didn’t get to share in the shameful, limp-wristed, surrender-monkey response to this disgusting affair. I guess ‘W’ was feeling left-out after all.

Pardon me while I go vomit some more.

11 Responses to “And He Didn’t Even Get His Trousers Back Up Yet”
  1. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    “Now it is up to the British government to proceed in a positive way,” he was quoted as saying. “We will welcome in general any steps that could defuse tensions in the region.”

    I’d file this one under “Be Careful What You Wish For”. If there are any true Britons left, and they happen to find themselves in a position to act, the Iranians might just get such a response, but not in the way they intend.

  2. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog

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    I hope you are right BIW, but I doubt it. Granted, there are a few Brits with stones but it would appear most are over here in the States.

  3. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Shit, piss and industrial waste.

    I give up. The empire has died. Now all that is left is to find a place to drop the corpse.

    Damn.

  4. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    “We will welcome in general any steps that could defuse tensions in the region.”

    The best way to defuse something is to blow it up.

    There..defused.

  5. LC Gunsniper Comment by LC Gunsniper

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    Here’s a cherry to top this shit sundae.

    :flush_tb:

  6. Robohobo Comment by Robohobo

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    I am so glad Ahmadinnerjacket taught Blair how to gargle! My 80 y.o. cousin said, “This is not the Britain I remember!” And then LC Gunsniper finds that gem! The whole ME must be laughing at us today.

  7. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    The 15 British military captives who were released by the Iranians have been authorised by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to sell their stories.

    Well now ain’t that just swell. A Leftard’s wet dream. Spending the rest of their lives as victims and making money from it.

    Next group of Brits that get within 100 miles of Iran are going to be begging to be kidnapped hoping to get as many bennies as these shameful brats.

    MoD officials claimed that the move to lift the ban on military personnel selling their stories while in service was justified because of the “exceptional circumstances” of the case.

    The only thing exceptional was the way that 15 Royal Marines let themselves be used as pawns by the Iranians to castrate and dishonor their own country in only two weeks.

  8. juandos Comment by juandos

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    So what is the price of sniveling cowardice?

    £250,000 apparently…

  9. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    One of the hostages, Dean Harris, 30, an acting sergeant in the Royal Marines, told a Sunday Times reporter yesterday: “I want £70,000. That is based on what the others have told me they have been offered. I know Faye has been offered a heck more than that. I am worth it because I was one of only two who didn’t crack.”

    in this bizzaro world, this guy seems to make sense, though the whole idea of these guys profiting is just weird. The people are doing the Disgrace Limbo.

  10. Sir Christopher Comment by Sir Christopher

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    and meanwhile, Back in Iraq…..

    Radical Cleric Calls on Iraqis to Halt Cooperation With U.S. Military

    this is what the democrats have reaped:

    BAGHDAD — The renegade cleric Muqtada al-Sadr urged the Iraqi army and police to stop cooperating with the United States and told his guerrilla fighters to concentrate on pushing American forces out of the country, according to a statement issued Sunday.

    if that fucker is still holed up in Iran, saying these things from the safety of Dinnerjacket’s arms, it makes me so fucking pissed that we didn’t kill him when we had the chance.

  11. Unregistered Comment by Special Ed

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    LC Gunsniper’s link has a bit in it about the kidnapped Brits being showcased with winners of the Victoria Cross(!), or something like that. That’s a bit excessive, I’d say. I think it’s being quite generous enough to allow them to share the same planet as VC winners.