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Saturday, August 12, 2006

hezbollah Wins

From: The Corner

Hezbollah Wins
Andy McCarthy

Hezbollah wins this big just by being legitmized. Hezbollah is a terrorist organization, not a country. The resolution we are signing on to, however, addresses it as if it were a country. The resolution doesn't purport to direct any UN member nation to make Hezbollah cease firing — least of all Lebanon, the purported sovereign of this territory. Instead, it appeals to Hezbollah directly — in the same paragraph in which it addresses Israel, as if there were no difference in status between the two — and "calls on" it to stand down.

How do we sign onto that? Didn't we just say about 24 hours ago that we are dealing with "Islamo-fascists" who cannot be reasoned with? Yet, recognizing that no one is willing to fight them, we are joining the "international community" in calling on Hezbollah terrorists to stand down? And when they don't what happens? Will we write them a strong letter?

Maybe we should vacate Iraq but have the new Iraqi army and the UN guard the country while we call on al Qaeda to disarm. That's apparently a winning formula, right?


We've known this all along...

From: Forbes.com (AP)

"Victory or defeat, Nasrallah already has a place in the hearts of millions of Arabs angered and ashamed by their governments' perceived acquiescence to Israeli and U.S. policies.

A defeat on the battlefield is unlikely to change that so long as Hezbollah is seen to have put up a good fight. In fact, it could give the 46-year-old, mid-ranking cleric hero status."


But we do it anyway.

The United Nations Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 1701 Friday evening, calling for the cessation of hostilities between Hizbullah and Israel.

I say we adopt Resolution 1911. And Resolution M16, AR15, UZI... This will not last. It's in the hands of the french?! Mark my words: IT WILL NOT LAST.

4 Comments:

Blogger Richard said...

Luis:

THIS, is why we must defeat them!

http://thebluecollarconservative2.blogspot.com/2006/08/law.html

August 12, 2006  
Blogger Richard said...

I had another interesting idea. How about Lebanon and Isreal combine their respective militaries and drive Hezbo, OUT of southern Lebanon. The heck with the UN and their worthless proclomations! Let the job be finished. I think a defeat by the combined forces of the aforementioned action would send a very interesting message to both Syria And Iran. That message being that a muslim nation and a Jewish nation can work together to drive out a proxy enemy of terror.

Now wouldn't that be something?

August 12, 2006  
Blogger Richard said...

You're correct in your assesment wherein the UN is treating Hezbo as a national entity. Cut and past link to read more, it definately says what we have been saying.

http://www.nysun.com/pf.php?id=37796

August 12, 2006  
Blogger Richard said...

Luis:

Apparently I was hornswaggled! Herein is a comment fFor Richards comment Above:
Snopes: Right Photos---WRONG EXPLANATION!

“What the photographs actually depict (according to the operator of the site that originally published them) is performers hustling money from onlookers by staging an act, one in which a subject seemingly allows himself to be run over by a heavy vehicle and then emerges unscathed. (Note the man with the microphone in the first picture, who drums up business...”
http://www.snopes.com/photos/gruesome/crushboy.asp

I ALWAYS CHECK THESE THINGS OUT. I SUPER RARELY EVER FWD EMAILS. Love the ones that say “Send this to 10 of your friends and something good will happen in the next 4 hours.” Whatever. Fwd emails should always be checked. I do it all the time and mostly at least 95% of the time I’m sending info that debunks them.

Sorry you got sucked in Richard. You Don’t want to start looking like
al-Reuters.


rom a fellow blogger explaining the pictures I sent earlier.

My apologies, next time I'll check the facts better.

August 12, 2006  

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