Monday, August 14, 2006
Setting it up for the next neocon adventure.
"It’s now become clear why we don’t have peace in the Middle East.” He described the relationship between Hezbollah and its supporters in Iran and Syria as one of the “root causes of instability,” and subsequently said that it was up to those countries to end the crisis. Two days later, despite calls from several governments for the United States to take the lead in negotiations to end the fighting, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said that a ceasefire should be put off until “the conditions are conducive.” end quote.
It's now become clear. Wow. Truly the words of the slow to understand if ever they were heard.
What a peculiar turn of the truth, to find that our government helped plan this unreciprocal slaughter, and what another peculiar turn of the truth, to find that they deny it with all their hearts.
National security advisor Stephen J. Hadley said in an e-mailed response: "The suggestion that the U.S. and Israel planned and coordinated an attack on Hezbollah — and did so as a prelude to an attack on Iran — is just flat wrong." end quote.
I don't believe the White House.
I don't believe their supporters.
They've lied time & time again.
Their power is illegitimate and they should be overthrown any way.
It's all fruit of the poisonous tree as far as I'm concerned.
And I'm sure the MyLai massacre didn't happen either, Hadley boy.
With our complicity, Israel plans a defensive attack on Hezbollah.
The defensive attack, though, is not a defensive attack.
It is, rather an aggressive war.
Bush appears to support cease-fire.
But wait! Does he really? Oh, the mysterious ways of the idiot.
Bush plays up Hezbollah's connection to Iran & Syria.
Furthermore, Bush characterizes Hezbollah as a "state within a state."
So who's the next war against-- Iran? Syria? Iran & Syria together?
As I've said, the ways of the idiot are mysterious.