A man was observed spooning yogurt into the ocean and stirring it once in a while. A passer-by asked what he was doing, he said he was making buttermilk, that traditional accompaniment to cholo-kebab, the Iranian national dish.
When told buttermilk can’t be had that way, he quickly agreed adding were it to work it would result in one hell of a buttermilk.
To coax the nuke acquiring, Iranian raping and murdering Islamist Rapists to cease and desist their vast, mostly subterranean illegal nuke program, the sane world has tried everything. The nearly decade long fruitless, at times comical, effort has included carrot and stick.
It has also included a whole year of overstretching a hand of friendship while bending backwards so much making any chiropractor cringe. All to no avail, nothing doing, them Islamist Rapists like to rape and murder Iranians and like to have their nuke too. Now comes deciding on the last best option to avoid war, sanctions.
In an interwoven economy which is totally owned, lock, stock and barrel by the Islamist Rapists, the sane world is thinking of the buttermilk experiment. Here is what U.S. Secretary of State just said the other day:
“It is clear that there is a relatively small group of decision makers inside Iran,” she told reporters. “They are in both political and commercial relationships, and if we can create a sanctions track that targets those who actually make the decisions, we think that is a smarter way to do sanctions. But all that is yet to be decided upon.”
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