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By on Aug 16, 2006 in Politics | 13 comments

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Whao, Nelly…

Okay, we’re on completely different planets, so let’s get a few things straight:

1. Regarding recent events and Hezbollah, the Lebanese are not guilty of anything.

2. Hezboloh need not be ‘expunged’ because they are Lebanese. They are not a ‘terrorist gang’ as John ‘Zionist’ Bolton claimed at the United Nations. They are a popular resistence movement, and have been fending off Zionist aggression for more than a decade, and are the only reason the so-called ‘State of Israel’ has NOT invaded Lebanon so far, despite constant air patrols, and their attempts to terrorize Lebanon into surrending some of it’s land and water.

3. Hezbollah are part of the Lebanese government, and represent anywhere between 20-40% of the ruling democracy.

In fact, if anything, gung-ho statments about ‘following rats to their holes’ imply that it is Hezbollah that should move straight into Tel Aviv, and yet – even the so-called ‘triggering incident’ of this recent Zionist aggression occured not on Occupied Palestine, but inside the Lebanese border.

In other words, Hezbollah have done nothing wrong, and the Zionists, as racists tend to, have been lying, and lying, and lying, and lying.

And anybody with half an eye wouldn’t find that surprising.

And don’t believe me…

Sure, I’m a brainwashed nutcase fundie that’s out to cut off your limbs and confiscate your porn collection – Don’t trust me.

Do some research, find out the real context of this conflict, and perhaps you won’t be so quick with knee-jerk idiotic reactions next time.

Oh, also – you might want to consider this – as to working out who’s lying – a bit of chronological awareness does help…

When this round of Zionist aggression started, Hezbollah stated that for them, the continuing existence of the resistance would be a victory. The IDF declared that it’s goal was to ‘wipe out‘ Hezbollah.

By their own definitions of success, declared immediately upon the commencement of aggresion, the Racist Zionist Occupying Military Terror That Calls Itself A Country have lost, whereas a ‘terrorist gang’ of no more than a ‘few thousand’ has won.

If this were a hollywood movie, nobody would for a moment suspect who the good guy in this scenario is, and who the bad guy is. Nobody would for a second doubt that heroic resistance can only be put up by characters fighting for a just cause.

A child could see all this.

Too bad us ‘adults’ are busy watching the news…

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13 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    August 18, 2006

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    This “war” was a manufactured charade orchestrated by coordination between the zionists and their secret allies hizballah in order to vent some of the pent-up steam in the arab and muslim world by giving the arabs their very own little gift-wrapped “victory”, for all to watch on idiot-boxes around the world.
    The idea is very simple. a. The arabs have been getting clobbered for oh a century or so; b. they can do nothing about it; c. if they explode they’ll halt the world economy; d. ergo, let’s pull this brilliant PR stunt to fool the arabs into believing that they’ve won a little victory.
    This was the aim of this “war”. It is premeditated and planned.
    Yes Hizballah are allies of the zionists , and so is iran. They have been allies since 1983 or 1984. The so-called Hassan Nasrallah himself is of jewish identity and his arabic has a palestinian accent more than a lebanese one. His pronounciation of “r” also reveals his jewish identity.
    It was a smart move to orchestrate this war.
    Ask yourself. why did Israel retreat? honestly, The hizballah missiles pose no grave threat; and since when does Israel stop when ceasefire orders come from the UN? Israel retreated as instructed because the plan all along was to give arabs a “victory”.
    Indeed mission is accomplished with many bonuses.
    1. morale in the arab world has improved – easing off some of the popular pressure on the pro-zionist regimes.
    2. Sunni establishment is for the first time undermined throughout the arab world, and shiites have acquired a great vote of confidence from the street arabs.
    3. Several hundred real lebanese muslims were incinerated – always a bonus for the minds behind plans such as these.
    4. Fault lines have deepened in the fragile political equation of lebanon (yet another artificial state in this region.)

  2. AntonGarou

    August 24, 2006

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    an interesting observation septic.Now to correcting some of your mistakes:

    1)Hizzb’Allah wasn’t a resistance group for the last 6 years.Israel retreated to the UN-mandated border in may 2000.

    2)No Hizzb’Allah need not be ‘expunged’ indeed, it need only disarm per UNSC 1559, 1608 and 1701.IMHO preferably they should be replaced by a social help organization that doesn’t teach hate, but that is an internal Lebanese matter and not my concern- as long as they don’t cross into Israel in order to attack our soldiers and civilians or lob explosives in various containers across the border at our people.

    Which brings me to 3)The soldiers were attacked on Israely soil, as the only contested area is Shebaa Farm and they were attacked around Zarit mor then 50KM in an aerial line.

    As to ‘gung ho’ statements:I agree, and the various Palestinian and Fundamentalist organizations(not to mention the ever popular AJ) should stop making similar statements about ‘wiping Israel off the map’, ‘driving the Jews into the Sea’, etc.

  3. The Raccoon

    August 25, 2006

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    Ah yes… the famous observations that pierce right through the Evil Lies ™ of the Evil Zionists ™ . Do you actually believe what you write, Omar?

    The capacity of an apparently rational human mind for depraved insanity and blind hatred is both astonishing and amusing.

    Keep up the good work.

    Oh, and Anton… good luck.

    PS

    Anonymous – bravo. You have just raised the bar for schizophreniac potential. Congrats!

  4. Omar

    August 25, 2006

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    Raccoon:

    “Raccoons can carry Baylisascaris roundworm, distemper, and rabies. Of the approximately 8,000 documented animal rabies cases in the United States, raccoons constitute approximately 50% (Krebs et al. 1996, pp. 2031-2044) – Wikipedia”

    Now that THAT’s out of the way.

    Ad hominem attacks are worth shit.

    Refute what you can, or zip up.

  5. Omar

    August 25, 2006

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    Ah, Anton…

    Re: 1)
    By your logic, one would understand that an army is not an army unless it’s at war? Also – you seem to forget the IDF airplanes and their regular flights over Lebanese territory, as well as that whole mess a year or two ago when you tried to bully Lebanon out of it’s water.

    Re: 2)
    Okay, sorry – but a Zionist throwing out resolutions at me is just silly. Do I really have to quote my recent post listing over 60 or 70 UN resolutions Zionists have completely ignored? Do I need to say the magic word ‘Occupation’?

    As for Hezbollah and what you consider the teaching of hate. I’m getting very, very tired of this particular peice of cultural bias. The fact that a criminal finds the teachings of Justice hateful is no slur on Justice. Arabs didn’t wake up one day and decide to ‘hate’ anybody, what has happened is that they have had injustice after injustice after injustice piled upon them, and it is justice that is sought. It is predictable and banal to note that the Injust would see that as ‘hate’.

    Oh, and as for ‘crossing into your border’ – sorry, but you don’t quite have one.

    You mean the green line? You mean the settlements? You mean Gaza? The West Bank? You mean the Golan? Shaaba? You mean pre ’67? You mean pre ’48?

    Re: 3)
    Even the so-called raid on the 12 of July that you’re probably referring to has had doubts cast upon it. The initial media reports indicated that it occured in Southern Lebanon proper, and not in land that you consider ‘yours’.

    As for ‘wiping Israel off the map’, I have only one question to ask you – where’s is Palestine?

  6. AntonGarou

    August 27, 2006

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    Re: 1)
    By your logic, one would understand that an army is not an army unless it’s at war? Also – you seem to forget the IDF airplanes and their regular flights over Lebanese territory, as well as that whole mess a year or two ago when you tried to bully Lebanon out of it’s water.

    As an army’s purpose is to defend its country from external threats.Part of that defence is by deterence, and so it is still an army even when not fighting a war, the explicit purpose of a resistance is removal of an army from its seat on a conquered peice of land or resisting a particular (form of)goverment, and the moment that happens(as it happened in 2000 in Lebanon) it ceases to be a resistance it may become a militia(HA in 2000), an army(the IDF in 1948) or a disarmed social organization- but a resistance it is not, as the reason for its being called to(“resisting conquest/wrongfull rulers”) is no more.

    Re: 2)
    Okay, sorry – but a Zionist throwing out resolutions at me is just silly. Do I really have to quote my recent post listing over 60 or 70 UN resolutions Zionists have completely ignored? Do I need to say the magic word ‘Occupation’?

    You automatically assume I support the occupation.I don’t- I simply don’t see that whatever will happen if all of the settlements and IDF were transported back to Jerusalem magically one night will be any better.Most probably it will simply mean that busses will start blowing up over here *again*.A large part of the public over here dilikes the occupation(to put it mildly) but feels that currently it is a necessary evil- we were burned once with Arrafat, returning land and getting dead children in return.And you know, as they say “Once burned, twice shy”.

    Also, many of the 60-70 you cite were either vetoed(and thus are not binding) or pushed through for political reson by the Arab states’ voting block.

    As for Hezbollah and what you consider the teaching of hate. I’m getting very, very tired of this particular peice of cultural bias. The fact that a criminal finds the teachings of Justice hateful is no slur on Justice. Arabs didn’t wake up one day and decide to ‘hate’ anybody, what has happened is that they have had injustice after injustice after injustice piled upon them, and it is justice that is sought. It is predictable and banal to note that the Injust would see that as ‘hate’.

    As I’m getting of the particular cultural bias you are showing.Hizzb’Allah isn’t demanding justice, had they been doing so they would have been discriminating, targetting a specific population of jews who are guilty by their accounts, maybe gone to courts, etc.But the slogans I hear are of the “death to the jews!” kind.Did that Jew send food to help Palestinians(as my aunt did more then once)?Did that one help prosecute wrongdoings against Arabs and Palestinians?No matter!They’re Jews-kill them!

    If you didn’t hear, the “Elders of Zion” a purely fictitious anti-semitic document is used as the base for a popular series shown throughout Arab world TV stations, with Al-Manar being first and foremost.That is education to hate, pure and simple.

    Oh, and as for ‘crossing into your border’ – sorry, but you don’t quite have one.

    You mean the green line? You mean the settlements? You mean Gaza? The West Bank? You mean the Golan? Shaaba? You mean pre ’67? You mean pre ’48?

    So what do you call the fence on the UN mandated blue line?Property fence?

    As this is the Lebanese border, we’re talking the 1967 border as validated by UN 1559.


    Even the so-called raid on the 12 of July that you’re probably referring to has had doubts cast upon it. The initial media reports indicated that it occured in Southern Lebanon proper, and not in land that you consider ‘yours’.

    Not in the Israeli media, that got the information “from the horse’s mouth” so to speak- all Israeli papers agree on the place, from the most left wing to the most right wing.The military road along the border, by Zarit.

    As for ‘wiping Israel off the map’, I have only one question to ask you – where’s is Palestine?

    Not existing currently, unfortunately.I hope for the day there will be a Palestine living peacefuly side by side with Israel.Maybe even cooperating on economical projects and such.

  7. Anonymous

    November 20, 2006

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    Ever since Israel and the Jewish community FINALLY received their land back after thousands of years of oppression by the Middle Eastern and North African (Muslim) communities, as well as many European (Christian) communities, all the turmoil in the Middle East is over whiny Muslims who believe that the Jews aren’t entitled to their land back. Before the Jewish people took that land as their own thousands of years ago, nobody wanted it, because it was barren and useless. The Jews turned it into prosperous land from the time they set foot there, and ever since, they have been steamrollered by larger communities.

    In the years following WWII, when this unfortunate group of people get their land back, the people of the Middle East have responded violently against the Israeli’s, most notably on the Israeli-Lebanese border, where explosives and low-powered rockets have been launched from Lebanon into Northern Israel. The failure of the Lebanese government to stop these attacks constitutes Israel’s right to quell the threat to their country in Northern Lebanon. Did the Israeli’s venture farther than Southern Lebanon? No, because all they wanted to do was stop the Palestinean sympathisers (see “cowards”) from killing Israeli civilians. When Hezbollah started “getting Israel back” for protecting their country, Israel saw another major threat in Hezbollah, and recently completely overran their military force.

    Now, propaganda like “Zionist” and other crapola coming from the mouths of donkeys and believed by those who would rather kill a baby than be politically incorrect (most of the Western world’s population, mind you) steer sympathy towards the bastards that started it in the first place.

    Screw Lebanon for allowing it, screw Hezbollah for continuing it, and screw you for believing their propaganda bullshit.

  8. Anonymous

    November 20, 2006

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    typo, second paragraph “northern lebanon” should be “southern lebanon,” my bad.

  9. Omar

    November 20, 2006

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    Regarding what I’m sure you consider to be your ‘points’:

    1. You claim ‘thousands of years of oppression by the Middle Eastern and North African (Muslim) communities’ – okay, excuse the blandness of my reply – but that’s just a lie. As even Israeli writers have noted, it is simply a fact that the Jewish people were treated better in the Middle East and under Islamic rule than ever before. You are simply repeating a lie, an old fashioned, tiresome lie. Your repetition of reveals you as, at best, maliciously ignorant, and at worst – a cold faced liar.

    2. Whiny Muslims? Whiny…Muslims? LOL – I’m sorry, but that really is the height of comedy. For somebody who’s so obviously Zionist to call Muslims ‘whiny’ is possible THE prime example of the pot calling the kettle black. For me to even argue this, I’d have to take you seriously, and honestly – anybody whose final words were ‘screw you’ hardly seems worthy of such lavish generosity.

    3. A barren useless land, eh? I am reminded of When the Zionists decided in 1897 to establish a Jewish state in Palestine, the Jews of Vienna dispatched a delegation to examine the country for its suitability. The delegation reported back as follows: “the bride is beautiful but she is married to another man”.

    4. Even if I were to subscribe to a completely delusional claim of land property founded on a 70 year stretch of ancient history, a European anti-semitism, and the delusional fantasies of, in fact, atheist invaders – whose selection of lands to grab has more to do with agricultural motivations than with pseudo-historical or pseudo-religious ones.

    5. You cannot, and I simply can’t think of a simpler way to say this; you cannot label as ‘aggression’ ANY act committed against an armed, occupying force. You, and I’ll repeat this very, very slowly, do not belong here.

    6. Okay. Just when I thought you couldn’t be more out of touch, you say ‘Israel saw another major threat in Hezbollah, and recently completely overran their military force’ – okay, dude. Listen carefully, black is white, white is black, up is down, and down is up. Alright? Yes. Destination Pluto.

    7. Could you possibly be MORE racist? I have to admit, if anything – you are demonstrating to any readers willing to endure your comments that Zionism is inherently racist with. When you mention ‘propaganda like “Zionist” and other crapola coming from the mouths of donkeys’ – well, there’s not much more to say is there? Also – it’s interesting that you quote the word Zionist as though you yourself found it derogatory. Are you or are you not a Zionist? If you are, why place it in quotes like it’s an insult? Strange.

    8. Screw me, eh? Not in a million years.

  10. Anonymous

    November 22, 2006

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    And you still haven’t graced the pages of your blog with the answer to the most important question that i asked you:

    Why did Lebanon allow Palestineans and Palestinean supporters to bomb them from their north borders?

    Israel was only trying to protect THEIR asses. It’s not all about the “poor Lebanese” trying to evict the “ruthless” invaders, because their ELECTED government decided to allow the bombings in southern Lebanon.

    The people of Lebanon are responsible for their governments actions, just as we are in America.

    By the way, you’re not HALF as witty as you think you are. Those insults, or puns, were at best, weak. Good luck expanding your vocabulary.

  11. Anonymous

    November 22, 2006

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    Excuse me, I said north again. I am genuinely dyslexic. I meant “south” in the question. My mistake.

  12. Omar

    November 22, 2006

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    First of all, you have NO idea just how witty I think I am, so good luck with that. Puns? You think I consider you somebody worth joke with? Don’t flatter yourself.

    2nd – Your claim that I haven’t answered your so-called question indicates only that you haven’t read my blog well enough.

    3rd – you lost your claim to any decent conversation when you left me a ‘screw you’ on my blog. Your comments, so long as they are recognizable will from now on be ignored.

    4th – Oh, and dyslexics jumble letters, they don’t come up with whole new ones.

  13. Omar

    November 22, 2006

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    Excuse me, when I said “You think I consider you somebody worth joke with?” – it should’ve been “You think I consider you somebody worth jokING with?”. I’m dyslexic, you see.

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