Israel Breathes: World Condemnation Follows

Notes From A Mad Planet

This satirical piece by Andrew Pessin was written several years ago – but is still very apt, sadly


Israel breathes; world condemnation instantaneous

Israel breathed this morning. There was a quick intake of air, and then a gentle exhalation.

World condemnation was instantaneous.

P.A. President Abbas decried the Israeli attempt to commandeer the Middle East air supply, and demanded a prompt return to the 1967 air distribution which Palestinian leaders had previously violently rejected.

Iranian President Ahmadinejad interrupted his weekly call for the destruction of Israel in order to blast the Zionist entity for its blatant oxygen grab and call for its immediate destruction.

Egyptian newspapers detailed the malicious Mossad plot to exhale germs into the air and then spread the poisoned air via high-tech windmills directly into the lungs of Muslim children.

Exiled Hamas leader Khaled Meshal announced that in response to the Israeli aggression, Hamas would not…

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3 thoughts on “Israel Breathes: World Condemnation Follows

  1. Thanks, I appreciate it. There is so much news. I’m using Twitter to push most of it now as I’m still not able to return to a weekly newsletter (though it’s really needed now). I’m doing well (trying to counteract the crazy things people say).

  2. Hey Lee!

    I’ve been on your site this week and was going to send you a message but you got there first! I hope you’re well and I see that your site is full of great stuff as usual, I’ve been recommending it to everyone 🙂

  3. Tabitha, it’s good to see you back and in action! Keep up the excellent work (and I’m always taking guest writers!).


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