Thursday, September 24, 2009

Some say new Zionist weapon still untested

Some in the organization are claiming that this is a great success for the Babbling Idiot Ray, but for definitive results they need to get a subject who was clearly sane to begin with:
It's been 89 days since Manuel Zelaya was booted from power. He's sleeping on chairs, and he claims his throat is sore from toxic gases and "Israeli mercenaries'' are torturing him with high-frequency radiation.

"We are being threatened with death,'' he said in an interview with The Miami Herald, adding that mercenaries were likely to storm the embassy where he has been holed up since Monday and assassinate him.

"I prefer to march on my feet than to live on my knees before a military dictatorship,'' Zelaya said in a series of back-to-back interviews.

Zelaya was deposed at gunpoint on June 28 and slipped back into his country on Monday, just two days before he was scheduled to speak before the United Nations. He sought refuge at the Brazilian Embassy, where Zelaya said he is being subjected to toxic gases and radiation that alter his physical and mental state. [...]
The effect is subtler than that of the Gaddafi Ray, but it has a smaller carbon footprint. (h/t: Discarded Lies)

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