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July 20, 2006

Kofi Gets It Wrong Again

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives

Kofi Annan, using the anti-Israel dhimmitudeous term "disproportionate response" (I heard the speech on Fox News) says the Mideast hostilities "must come to an immediate halt."' What he really means is that Israel should stop bombing the hell out of Hezbollah.

As if that's not sufficient blindness to the realities of the situation and the clear intent of Iran and Syria, using their proxies, Hamas and Hezbollah, to strike up a war with the U.S. and Israel, take a look at this excerpt:

"In short, the very government which Israel wants to extend its control has itself become a hostage to the crisis and is less able than ever to deploy its forces" to southern Lebanon, which is controlled by Hezbollah."
Apparently Kofi doesn't know that Hezbollah's "hostage" in the crisis has decided to join Hezbollah in the fight against Israel. Kofi needs to wake up and smell the Koffee, realize that this is a war between Iran and Syria on one side, and Israel and the West on the other.

The UN never has, and never will, especially with Kofi at the helm, get it right. I nominate John Bolten for Secretary-General of the UN (I know, I know, when pigs fly - the Euro-dhimmis would go nuts).

Earth to Kofi: Think Iran, Syria, and terrorism. Address these three issues and you solve the problem at hand.

Kofi needs to read more newspapers and spend less time absconding with UN funds. He could start with today's news: The drums of war sound for Iran ... Iran vows to keep on nuke program. ... Iran Warns Against `Confrontation' as UN Prepares Resolution. ... Iran's Hizbollah says ready to attack US, Israel. ... Hezbollah is not just a Jewish plight

Posted by Richard at July 20, 2006 1:39 PM

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