Skip to comments.‘Gut Infection’ Denies Iranian Chance to Compete in Olympics Against Israeli
Posted on 07/27/2012 7:18:10 AM PDT by Tulsa Ramjet
(CNSNews.com) So much for the Olympic spirit. Just days after U.N. secretary-general Ban Ki-moon announced the traditional Olympic Truce for people and nations to set aside their differences during London 2012 news emerged that the one Iranian athlete likely to face an Israeli in competition has withdrawn with a gut infection.
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The infection is called “islamitis,” but it can be easily cured by a vest bomb.
Since when does an anti-Israel Iranian have any guts to begin with?
The Iranian probably knew that if he lost to the Israeli he would have gotten home and come down with lead poisoning when I least expected it.
Gut infection would be the least of his worries if he lost to an Israeli.
Frightened to death that he might be beaten by a Jew, no doubt. Many people haven’t realized this, but these creeps haven’t progressed past Old Testament days. They remain engaged by many of the unbelievable horrors described in that book. The only technology that they possess, with very rare exception, is that given to them by us and other nations. Pretty damned sad how they live their lives and how they treat their families, and especially the women.
I sent away for a complete set of McHale's Navy and Honeymooners DVDs to watch during the 'Lympics. Much better entertainment. Plus . . . no commercials.
No guts, no Glory.
No Persian, no conversion.
No Islam, no Big Bomb.
They meant “guts” infection.
Hew must have weighed his odds at beating the Israeli and decided on the safer course of action.
I meant "guts" infection, too. I left off the the "s"....my bad.
Wonder if he’ll be executed for getting ill and humiliating the regime? Thanks Tulsa Ramjet.
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