In my Clarion Project update email today was a fantastic link to a video that could be labeled as Iran Nukes for Idiots, but is actually an animated parody with the leaders of the USA, Israel, Saudi Arabia and Iran playing poker (or black jack – some kind of gambling card game) over who wins a good Iran nuke deal that benefits all the nations in the game.
Super Power Poker - Live from Iran
Is America prepared to go 'all in' for Iran?
Email Title: IRAN VIDEO #4: Nuclear Poker
Sent: 6/9/2015 7:49 AM
See what happens when the world plays (nuclear) poker with Iran.
Share this ANIMATED video, which uses satire to make a serious point:
Don’t gamble with a nuclear Iran.
Published on Jun 9, 2015
The stakes are the highest they've ever been. Nuclear Iran. The US, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Israel play for the security of the world. This is the ultimate hold'em game. Who holds the aces, who will go all in, who is bluffing and who has a tell that will leave them with nothing but a mushroom cloud. No nukes for Iran.
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