Oh Dear, How Sad

Never mind.

Raisi was confirmed dead on the morning of May 20 after an hours-long search for him and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian following a helicopter crash.

A mad mullah has met his maker. The world just became a little bit of a nicer place for his demise. May the fleas of a thousand camels infest his arsehole from here to eternity.

“Raisi’s death intensifies internal power struggles. Already, factions within the hardline camp were competing for the Speaker of Parliament role. Now, this rivalry will extend to the presidency, with different factions vying for dominance.”

As the rats in a sack turn on each other, it will give a little peace to the outside world. Scum, the lot of them.


  1. I don’t celebrate the death of any individual… although I care considerably less about some. I’m always concerned that they might be replaced by somebody worse.

    • As a general rule, I agree. However, when someone is objectively evil as this man was, I can make an exception. Whether his replacement is worse may well be the case, but in the meantime, the infighting will keep them busy.

  2. Now,now. As Bette Davis is attributed to have said,

    “My mother told me always to speak good of the dead. Joan Crawford is dead. Good.”

  3. One can only hope the infighting leads to shedloads of sudden, unfortunate, fatal, accidents.

  4. Heard mossad have claimed responsibility after holding a communal prayer meeting asking God to erect a mountain on Raisi’s flight path and cover it in mist.

  5. Where I worked one of the bosses was a thoroughly obnoxious character. I couldn’t stand him, I expect that lots of my colleagues felt the same. The workplace was brighter all round after he retired. A few years later an email was circulated letting us know that he had died with the usual platitudes about condolences and sadly missed and stuff. Generally I’m in agreement with Mr. Joys but I admit that it brightened my day knowing that he was dead.

  6. It may indeed have been an accidental combination of an ill-maintained 40+year-old US helicopter, misty rain, plus a mountain range. Iran isn’t blaming Israel, Israel isn’t claiming to have downed it. Must be an accident.
    But, as the only loss among a convoy of three helicopters with all those conditions happened to be the one carrying the head honchos . . . . . spooky, some may say.

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