Have a read of this report from the BBC. It concerns the latest efforts from the Mad Mullahs to upgrade their killing potential and perhaps it is just me but the BBC seems almost giddy with excitement at the potential. I also like the pay-off line “The US said it saw no “proliferation risk” from the plant, though Israel condemned the move.”  Damn Jews, right? The modern BBC would have admired the build up of arms by Hitler.

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15 Responses to LOVING THE MULLAHS

  1. hippiepooter says:

    In the context of overall BBC coverage of Israel and shilling for Islam I guess you could take this view of the report.  Unlike seemingly every report on Israel ending in ‘disproportionate’ death tolls when Israel defends itself/butchers Muslims for the pleasure of it¡, the BBC dont end each piece on Iran with say, ‘President Amadinejad is widely believed to have rigged last years Presidential election’, or  ‘His declared aim is to destroy Israel’.  Taken in isolation though I dont think there’s anything a neutral observer would recognise as bias.


  2. Cassandra King says:

    Ooooooher Mrs, it looks scary doesnt it? As that loony Imadinnerjacket would say its a messenger of peace’N’love innit?

    Hmmm, a couple of points the BBC somehow forgot to mention for some strange reason.
    It is worse than useless, worse even than the iraqi scuds, it has WW2 guidance systems that could have come from a V1, it has no bomb aiming infra red stabilized camera package or radar or countermeasures. Any radio control could be jammed with stuff you could get on ebay, the bomb is dumb and looks like only one 1000lb bomb could be carried. All this means that even if the drone made it past even the most basic SAM defence and air CAPs it couldnt aim the bomb with any accuracy whatsover, it would be pure guess work and an estimated fuel load cut out. It would be no more effective than a hamas rocket attack, less even because with a supposed range of 600 miles the bomb could fall in an area the size of greater London, its not only a joke its a stunningly bad joke and I know Imadinnerjacket and his muppet cronies dont actually realise just how stpid they appear but FFS.
    The so called wonder weapon couldnt make it past Bolivian air defences during a national holiday let alone NATO/US kit, now why would the BBC miss out such basic information? You dont think that the BBC is trying to ramp up the fear’N’danger factor for Obamas ‘Falklands Mk2’ war by any chance do you?
    Iran has a military strategy of throwing away the lives of its expendable youth in mass human wave attacks, its airforce is rubbish, its navy is beyond a joke with subs that North Korea would laugh at.
    The BBC no longer has any staff with any expertise in the fields assigned to them, they are simply drone mouthpieces who can read an autocue and look half convincing.


    • Natsman says:

      “… drone mouthpieces who can read an autocue and look half convincing…”  I don’t think they do either particularly well, Cassandra…


    • Jerry says:

      Cassandra, I’ve always hear that nutters name as “Have you had your dinner dad?”!

      Well, he’s always got Russian “nuclear lego(tm)” to keep him busy in exchange for cheap oil.

      What a mess this world is in.


  3. Martin says:

    The BBC would just love it if the rag heads started building concentration camps to deal with those pesky Joows.


    • James Godrich says:

      Is there any need for pointless offensive terms like ‘rag heads’?


      • Grant says:

        I think you are quite new to this site, so welcome. You need to get used to Martin’s idiosynchratic use of language.
        But I agree with you that it is outrageous for Martin to use the term “rag heads” when the correct term is “towel heads”.


  4. JohnW says:

    Yes, David. The BBC are really wetting themselves at the prospect of the Iranians sticking one on the Israelis, especially with their posterboy Obummer sending all the wrong signals. This is going to be very messy indeed.


  5. Pounce says:

    Cassendra makes a valid point, Something which the so called defense experts at the bBC should have pointed out. 
    But just because the bBC hasn’t bothered its arse, doesn’t mean the rest of you should miss out on just exactly what Cassandra is highlighting. 
    Read and compare. 


    • dave s says:

      Whereas we continually underestimate the problems of countering asymetrical warfare countries like Iran seem to overestimate their conventional capability.
      A curious cultural difference.


      • deegee says:

        When victory is guaranteed by Allah logic, history and critical observation have no place.


  6. David Preiser (USA) says:

    This is the result of the “sophistry” Justin Webb praised back after the President blew that big video kiss to Iran.

    Ol’ Justin was convinced that his beloved Obamessiah was so much smarter than everyone else, so much more capable, so much shrewder.

    NB:  This is one of those handful of BBC mentions since 1998 of Krauthammer.  Only Justin Webb thought that the President agreed with the conservative columnist about the dangers of Iran.  How’d that work out, Justin?

    Sane people who were not overwhelmed with emotion at the beginning of His Presidency saw this coming at the time.  Not the BBC, though.  They were too busy worshiping their President.


  7. George R says:

    Islam Not BBC (INBBC) has servile report on Islamic Republic of Iran’s long-range bomber drone; but INBBC is more critical of Britain’s Trident programme.

    ‘Daily Mail’:-

    “Ahmadinejad unveils Iran’s long-range ‘ambassador of death’ bomber drone”

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1305221/Ahmadinejad-unveils-Irans-long-range-ambassador-death-bomber-drone.html#ixzz0xPQPRMPx


  8. piggy kosher says:

    Good spot pounce.

    It looks identical to the US Streaker target towing drone.  Its designed to be recoverable, it has a parachute for recovery purposes. Its not meant to land and it has no capability for independent attacks or evasion measures, unlike the Israeli Delilah, which the mullahs could dream of having.

    Its also not designed for a 1,000 lb payload in the takeoff configuration it is designed for, so naturally,  beeboid “defence experts” fall for it hook, line and etc.

    This target drone is also used by Egypt, the UAE, and Jordan btw.