Greg Beato suggests a new strategy against Iran’s ruling mullahs: saturation bombing of the country with millions of Barbie dolls.
Iran is terrified of Barbie, the tiny polyvinyl sex bomb who loves shopping, pizza, and brushing her hair, but has few satellite-guided missiles at her disposal. According to Iran’s Prosecutor General, Ghorban Ali Dori Najfabadi, a loosely organized coalition, led by the world’s most impeccably accessorized mercenary . . . is doing “irreparable damage” to Iranian children. “The irregular importation of such toys, which unfortunately arrive through unofficial sources and smuggling, is destructive culturally and a social danger,” Najafabadi cautioned. . . .
In the long run, of course, a Barbie revolution would be more devastating—and humiliating—to Iran’s theocracy than a nuclear strike.