Iran Demands Compensation for Sanctions
Because every day you need at least one good, hardy laugh.
In his response, Mottaki singled out the United States, Britain, France and Germany, accusing them of pushing new sanctions for political motives and "providing false and erroneous information" to the IAEA concerning Iran's nuclear activities.
"These countries should, as a minimum step, admit their mistakes, apologize to the great nation of Iran, correct their behavior, and above all, compensate all the damages they have inflicted on the Islamic Republic of Iran," Mottaki said.
Sometimes, following conflicts and world events can be a humorless toil. But even still, every day provides at least one good laugh, usually offered upon the altar of inanity by caricaturesque spokesmen of dictatorial rogue regimes.
Thank you, Mr. Mottaki.