Thursday, July 27, 2006


Nasrallah Hiding in the Iranian Embassy

Rumors are swirling that Nasrallah has taken up residency in the Iran Embassy in Beirut.

If this is true, it confirms Iran is behind the latest Hezbollah actions and is complicit in the operations.

Guess that means the Iranians suck at military strategy, too.

Wednesday, July 26, 2006


Nasrallah's Happy Face

I said yesterday "I am sure Hizbollah wants to play the victim, but I doubt their intentions were to broadcast to the world that their military prowess sucks. That certainly inspires the confidence of the troops doesn't it?"

Wow, was I prescient or what?

When you admit publicly that you haven't anticipated your enemies' response to your actions, you undermine your command and control. DUH.

Captain's Quarters has an excellent take on an article that appears in Haaretz. Seems the IDF is listening in on Nasrallah's messages to his troops and SURPRISE morale is down. As the Captain says "Nasrallah made this sound like a milk run, and now the jihadis have another Israeli invasion on their hands."

Were I a good little Jihadi, I'd be a little peeved, too. Underestimating the response of the Israelis left the troops on the ground with their proverbial pants down and no one to come along and pull em back up. A good commander anticipates the response and plans for all contingencies. Now, thanks to the Israeli bombing of the supply routes, excuse me, the Lebanese infrastructure, they have few ways to resupply provisions, ammo, or fighters. Any traffic on the roads that even looks like an attempt to resupply will end up as litter. Their injured and dead are being evac'd by the humanitarian groups as "civilian casualties." Great planning there, dude.

Nasrallah is left to put a on a happy face as he describes the latest adventures in the jihad follies to the press and promises his troops something the Israelis won't let him fulfill. In another few days he may be left with only bluster or he could be left in the dust, dead.

One can certainly hope!


Second Time's the Charm

Emperor Misha reminds that the UN had already tried to cry foul on July 21st and the UN didn't remove their troops after the "incidents." Seriously, is there any doubt that the only reason the troops were still in the middle of a war zone was because Sh** happens in a war zone and the UN could exploit it?

Help, Help, we're still here. Israel, don't shoot us. Ignore the rocket launchers in the driveway. Ignore the rocket launchers in the drive BLAM!! But we're blue helmets and we weren't doing anything....



Hizballah Uses UN for Cover

Well, Well...

I bet Kofi had NO IDEA-->sarc off.

It's not like they were getting updates from the UN forces after all..

Oh wait, they were.

I told you the UN had the blood of the peacekeepers on its hands. Who deliberately did what now Kofi? HMMMM.


Thought for the Day: ST2:TWOK

Why do terrorists always remind me of ST2:TWOK

"You've managed to kill everyone else but like a poor marksman, you keep missing the target."


Tuesday, July 25, 2006


Hizbollah's Exploits

As reported at LGF:

Mahmoud Komati, deputy chief of Hezbollah's political arm, also told The Associated Press in an interview that his group will not lay down arms.

"The truth is--let me say this clearly--we didn't even expect (this) response.... that (Israel) would exploit [emphasis mine] this operation for this big war against us," said Komati.

He said Hezbollah had expected "the usual, limited response" from Israel to the July 12 cross-border raid, in which three Israelis were killed.

Notice the bolded word...EXPLOIT....

WIKIPEDIA defines exploit as "the act of utilizing something in an unjust, cruel or selfish manner for one's own advantage."

Exploitation, as a word, is almost always used in association with bad things like sexual exploitation (porn and prostitution) and human exploitation (slavery). It denotes manipulation and inequality.

Why use that word in this situation? Maybe to do the usual whining and claiming of victim status straight out of the islamic terrorist playbook? Exploit certainly allows Hizbollah to press that point. It also reinforces the anti-semitic stereotype of the Israelis as a selfish, cruel, and tricky enemy who can never be trusted. It implies the Israelis made an incident into an INCIDENT. He then finishes his statement with "this big war against us" reinforcing the "disproportionate response" claims being bandied about by the usual leftist, terrorist enablers and implies that the Israelis foisted this war on them, making the Israelis the aggressors.


Unfortunately, it also shows Hizbollah's inept military leadership. Did they not foresee all outcomes and weigh them before acting as a good strategist should?

I am sure Hizbollah wants to play the victim, but I doubt their intentions were to broadcast to the world that their military prowess sucks. That certainly inspires the confidence of the troops doesn't it?


Unbelievable footage of Palestinian Warporn Productions biggest hits. Their "movies" are the most played footage on nightly news everywhere. Unfortunately, the MSM believes them to be "documentaries."


UN scores a Hat-trick in Lebanon

The UN pulls out of some areas of the world because of threats but leaves its UN observer forces in the middle of a war zone. It seems to me that a prudent move would have been for the observers to have been pulled out immediately upon the initiation of hostilities.

The observers are in towers and bunkers and Hezbollah is using these for cover to fire its rockets. The UN left them there as cannon fodder and ground cover.

UN "observers" have no place in a war zone. They will end up as collateral damage or collateral assistance at some point in a war. This is either cluelessness, incompetency, or intentional. Sh** happens in a war zone and the fact that the UN left their "troops" there is a hat trick of inept proportions.

Note to UN: This is your fault - not Israel's and not Hezbollah's.


Only 1150 years to go

The Lebanese are complaining that the Israelis have set their country back 50 years. I thought that the goal of the Shi'ite was to return to the Caliphate of the 800s.

Shouldn't Lebanon be thanking Israel for their assistance in achieving their goals?

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