Monday, August 07, 2006


On July 12, Hezbollah invaded Israel (yes, invaded ) from Lebanon into Israeli territory, and killed seven Israeli soldiers and kidnapped two. After Israel decided not to play nice and trade a 1,000 Hezbollah murderers, including Samir Kuntar who, while also invading Israel, shot and killed a dad in front of his four-year-old daughter and then smashed her skull in with his rifle butt against a rock. Mom, trying to hide in the attic and keep quiet accidentally smothered her two-year-old daughter in the process. These are the "courageous" bloodthirsty Jew-killers that Hezbollah calls heros. Not scientists or inventors or artists or playwrights or engineers but baby-killers whose mission is to smash as many skulls, preferrably infants, as possible. When Israel kills civilians it's an operational failure. Just look at the worldwide public relations fallout. That's of course when photos aren't being digitally altered by Reuters. When Hezbollah kills civilians it's a mission success for them. But I digress.

So after starting a fight and not liking the progression of events ("courageously" shooting over 3,000 missiles into Israel to kill civilians at random) Hezbollah is talking about a cease fire. No doubt to go online and order another 13,000 missiles for the next time they want to kill Jews who refuse to turn the other cheek. I wonder if their Amazon wish list reads more like an armory inventory. In any event, one of the conditions Hezbollah is insisting upon is that all israeli soldiers leave Lebanon. And so i was just wondering. Does this also include the two IDF soldiers who were kidnapped on July 12. If so then why didn't they just release them a long time ago? Not good for business I guess. The business of killing Jews and destroying countries. Worse is better for these death-loving maniacs. If they want to die and see Allah so badly, I hope the IDF is working hard to arrange the meeting. One thing is for sure, I wouldn't by looking at Hassan Nasarallah's Amazon wish list for his birthday. I think his last cake had all the candles he'll ever need.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

To be fair...Retuers didn't alter the images. The photographer did. No? IN fact, didn't Reuters pull those images (and hundreds of others by the same photographer) upon finding out that those two were altered?

8:57 PM  
Blogger Crankyboy said...

Yes that's all true. My point was that Israel suffers from international criticism that no other country suffers from and then on top of that images are being altered to further try to harm their image. Reuters didn't as a corporate entity authorize or know about the altering. It just points out that it goes on and how many other images have been doctored.

9:42 PM  
Blogger rMatey said...

If it was 'merica that was attacked, instead of Israel, the whole place would be flaming by now.
The people support the Hezbolla, even though they use them as human shields. Israel should just waste them all. Oh shit - collateral damage. You have to get the nits, too. Or they grow up to hide behind the women and children, while shooting rockets.
Why try to change their hearts and minds, when you accomplish your goals just the same by bashing their brains out and blowing their hearts out of their chests??

9:18 PM  

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