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Iran attempts to revive flagging ‘evil’ image with new whaling program


Iran attempts to revive flagging ‘evil’ image with new whaling program

Hardliners look to resurrect country’s position as most hated on Earth

TEHRAN: Moby Dick and Free Willy might not be around any more, but if they were they’d probably want to avoid the azure blue waters of the Arabian Gulf/Persian Gulf (delete as appropriate).

In a shocking announcement made this morning, Iran launched a new whaling program with the aim of “reasserting itself as the bastion of international evil”.

Hassan Rouhani’s election as president last summer has seen relations between the Islamic republic and the West dramatically thaw following years of isolation under Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. But hardliners have lamented the country’s fall from grace as the most hated nation on Earth.

“Just a few months ago, the mere mention of Iran would send shivers down spines the world over thanks to our nuclear enrichment programme, our perceived global influence and other seemingly despicable activities,” said Hossein Taramasalata, head of the newly-formed Iranian Whaling Committee.

“But since Rouhani took office with his big cuddly face, it’s been all new dialogue this, opening of sanctions that… if someone were to draw up a new Axil of Evil, Belgium would now have a better chance of getting in than us.”

Iran’s new batch of whaling vessels will become operational next week, and many hope the site of a bloodied minke lying on the deck of a boat will propel Iran back up the terror ladder.

“We’re going to be using some big nets as well, so we might even ‘accidentally’ catch a few dolphins or the odd turtle too,” added Taramasalata.

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  1. alamut

    April 1, 2014 at 1:14 pm

    What about a bit of seal clubbing and fox hunting!

  2. Reggie Roganjosh

    April 2, 2014 at 5:58 am

    This is great news – Whale Tikka Kebab and Whale Masala Fry are my favourite! Cor Blimey.

  3. Chrystal Chipotle

    April 2, 2014 at 8:19 am

    I wonder if they will ‘accidentally find’ a whale shark to put on public display before secretly ‘releasing’ it. Oh, its been done already, bugger!

  4. Alan Sunlotion

    April 2, 2014 at 11:04 am

    Now then Chrystal, stop being so cynical, you know they nursed it back to health and released it to be with its mummy. They would never purposely capyure one of Earths most majestic creatures and keep it for commercial gain, not in Dubai!

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