Sunday, June 21, 2009
Scientists in Israel have announced that they will use a new state-of-the-art super-microscope in an effort to find some trace of PM Benjamin Netanyahu's moral authority. The decision was announced following recent comments by Netanyahu on the ongoing protests in Iran, which critics say are likely to provide potent fuel for the Iranian regime - with some even suspecting Netanyahu of wanting the revolution there to fail.
"You see a regime that represses its own people and spreads terror far and wide," Netanyahu told NBC's "Meet the Press." "It is a regime whose real nature has been unmasked and it's been unmasked by an incredible act of courage by Iran's citizens."
Following the comments, curious scientists in Israel contacted the PM, who agreed to undergo initial tests, believeing that they would be relatively straightforward. However, early attempts to find Netanyahu's moral authority proved fruitless, leading scientists to employ the use of a new super-microscope. "This thing is so powerful," said one scientist heading the project, "that even if there is one molecule of moral authority in Mr Netanyahu, we will find it - but I have to admit that we haven't had any luck yet."
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