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August 12, 2006

Olmert Pulls A Chiraq - Surrenders To Hezbollah (Updated And Bumped)

Topics: Middle East News and Perspectives

Originally posted 8/11.

It's now or never, for later will be too late. The time has come to sound out the assassin note of "deguello," as ordered by General Santa Ana's bands at the Alamo. No quarter for the terrorists including the states that support them and that are in fact terrorists themselves. We now have to start with Iran. We should have started with Hezbollah when we had the chance.
chirac_white_flag.jpgNo link here, just a few comments about what I've been hearing on Fox News.

We're hearing now that Olmert has agreed to accept the UN resolution being voted on tonight, which calls for little more than an expanded version of the grossly ineffectual UNIFIL under a Chapter 6 - virtually useless.

You can expect Olmert's political head to roll after this. Without an overwhelming Israeli military victory won by a massive force into Lebanon, you can safely bet the bank on Hezbollah and the Islamic radicals - especially Iran, to claim victory, and repeat what we've seen in Lebanon, but on a massively larger scale.

This is a defeat for the West, and a victory for Islamic fascism. We are now on our way to a nuclear war with Iran and a much greater turmoil throughout the Middle East. Israel and the West has done exactly what Iran knew it would do - roll over on it's back and surrender. Olmert, in behalf of Israel and Western civilization, has pulled a Chiraq. It's time to go buy a Koran and change your Sunday worship day to Friday.

Mark my words this 11th day of August, 2006. Olmert's surrender will be taken by all Muslims, particularly the radical Islamists, as a huge victory for terrorism and Hezbollah. Furthermore this "deal" will unravel like cheap cloth and is a guarantee for increasing problems not only between Hezbollah and Israel but also between Iran-sponsored radical Islam and the civilized world (the "civilized world" is the world outside of Iran and other Islamic states - no offense meant to moderate Muslims who have no love lost for sharia and no interest in an Islamic caliphate).

We should not be surprised when all hell breaks loose in the ME soon, and we can attribute it to Bush "talking the talk" but in the end rolling over on his back to Islamic pressure, and subsequently, under pressure from the U.S., Olmert pulling a Chiraq and handing the Islamists an undeserved victory, and likely, his country along with it sometime in the very near future.

Up to now I would refer to myself politically as a "moderate" neocon that has been supportive of President Bush, but now you can count me among the growing number of neocons that are increasingly disatisfied with his "talk with no walk" in the war on terror. Let's face it, so far - we're loosing. The radical Islamists, representing by some accounts as much as 37.5% or more of all Muslims, even in the U.S. (as reported on Fox News interview with former Palestinian terrorist who converted to Christianity - still afraid to show his face), will use this "victory" as a stepping stone to the next, the next, and thereafter. We cannot defeat the Islamists by cowering to them and pretending that everything will be OK if only we appease them. The exact opposite is the truth, they only respect strength and that requires the steel of deep resolve on our part to defeat them in every quarter, and give no quarter.

It's now or never, for later will be too late. The time has come to sound out the assassin note of "deguello," as ordered by General Santa Ana's bands at the Alamo. No quarter for the terrorists including the states that support them and that are in fact terrorists themselves. We now have to start with Iran. We should have started with Hezbollah when we had the chance.

Post Script: And what about those Israeli soldiers that Bush and Olmert have left in the hands of the terrorists in exchange for an Israeli surrender?

Posted by Richard at August 12, 2006 10:28 AM



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