Aug 06 2006

Hezbollah And Syria Refuse Ceasefire Opportunity

Published by at 10:21 am under All General Discussions,Hezbollah

As I wrote yesterday, and many times before, the conflict in the ME is not nearing any kind of end because the radical Islamo Fascists have no intention of backing down. This can be seen in all the needless wrangling in the ceasefire details and recent rejection of the UN compromise by Hezbollah and Syria. If there was a serious desire to end the fighting a way would be found. But as the talks of a cease-fire intensify, so do the Hezbollah attacks – reports show the peak rate of 80 rockets an hour has been surpassed by 80 rockets in 15 minutes. Syria’s hints at regional war only add to the obvious impression this conflict has a ways to go before it plays out. And we have not seen the hand to be played by Iran yet.

9 responses so far

9 Responses to “Hezbollah And Syria Refuse Ceasefire Opportunity”

  1. Terrye says:

    Morons. Public opinion will not stay on their side if they reject all efforts to end the fighting.

  2. kathie says:

    What started as an incident has turned into the end strategy for Iran, will they let it pass or will they take it all the way?

  3. Kaz-Man says:

    What is very telling here is the fact that Lebanon’s offical govenment (Siniora and company) have rejected this resolution also. They are in sync with the terrorists and their masters.
    Siniora is the one who has announced the number of “civilians” who have died in this conflict (700..800…900). I see the compassion for those who are in the crossfire or have fled has been overruled by the policies emulating from Iran, Syria, Hezbollah and Berri (who quite clearly is a part of Hezbollah).
    The brilliance of this UN resolution is is that it forces everyone to make a choice. The Lebanese talking-heads are making bad ones.

  4. For Enforcement says:

    Maybe I am naive, but if I were President of the USA, I think I would handle this situation a little differently. The way I see it, Iran and Syria are causing the problem in the ME at the moment and North Korea is just acting stupid. Anyhow this is how I would handle it. I would put in a personal phone call to that little twerp in Iran that nobody can pronounce his name and then to the head honcho in Syria. I would give each a personal invite to visit me at the White House. Then I would have a ” horse head in the bed” personal meeting with each individually. My message to each would essentially be, “listen you little SOB, do you or do you not wish to remain in your present job. If you do, then stop all this BS, otherwise you, like Saddam will end up taking up residence in a spiderhole until we find your ass hiding there and kill you and install our new government in your country. Now I know things may not be going too well in Iraq, but don’t take any comfort from that, Saddam isn’t still in power there is he? Now do you get my message or not?” That’s it. simple as that and if they didn’t each suddenly change their attitude, then remove them from office. North Korea should be much simpler, just give him the message. Who is gonna interfere with the US carrying out any of those coups. NOBODY, that’s who. Once it were done everybody would be smiley faced and congratulating us on a job well done. Let’s git er done.

  5. kathie says:

    Whaled Phares says Lebanon did not reject the UN resolution, Berri did through a Reuters journalist who got to him first. Read, Reuters does more then doctor photographs.

  6. MerlinOS2 says:


    Word of advice, do not try the Tour de France they got this thingy about testosterone.

    In the real world, sometimes ya gotta turn plowshares into swords to get some dumies attention.

    PS his name is easy

    Mockmood ImADamNutJob

  7. Barbara says:


    Foreign policy is a complicated thing. The problem is you do one thing it will affect another thing and so on and so on. Iran is backed by Russia and if we attack Iran we will have problems with Russia.
    North Korea are backed by China and if we attack North Korea we will have problems with China. As far as trying to intimidate these two countries, that is impossible because they can say you con’t touch me becuse of my backers.

  8. Kaz-Man says:

    Yeah, Kathie, I see that now. Thank you and my apologies for jumping to conclusions.
    It seems to me that Reuters and the New York Times are in a race for the bottom. They are currently neck-and-neck but we’re still in the early stages of the Israel-Hezbollah War.

  9. Carol_Herman says:

    Among arabs, the prices they set are not the one’s they’ll settle for. It’s just a matter of time before the “dealing” gets to a place where they’re closer to what they want.

    And, that includes, power. And, snips, here and there. Even the saudis, who are facing the worst problems from iran, won’t be in any hurry to look like they like the benefits Israel is delivering.

    Syria still wants the Shebaa Farms and the Golan. And, Israel won’t give this up. So the name calling hostilities continue.

    Meanwhile, what Israel is learning is HOW the guerrilla WARS are gonna be fought with these folks.

    Iran didn’t expect Israel to fight. It did, however, build a terror/guerilla FORCE in lebanon that was supposed to strike fears into all the Mideast states. Only Israel was willing to take this one. And, yes, this suprised Iran. And, all the other players.

    Worse, because of the way the IDF is fighting this thing; there’s a mountain of information emerging.

    Nasrallah saw the whole of Southern Lebanon outfitted as the most impenitrable fortress structure. (Except that the IDF is cutting it to shreds.)

    Iran couldn’t afford to set up its own military! To do so would have given Iran an armed forces that would have revolted and torn the idiot in power, OUT. So, instead, Lebanon gave itself up.

    And, the publicity stunts aren’t working.

    There’s a lot of backfire, now. And, smoke with the mirrors shattered.

    I don’t trust what syria is saying, because she’s as kaput as iran, in terms of advancement among the arab states. Lebanon? Blown backwards. Which is a well-deserved outcome. For their anti-Semitism, and their blindness.

    Israel is also very motivated to keep on fighting. I’m not sure, but I think only about 3% of the reserves have been called up. And, to give you an idea of the Israeli mood, men and women are HOPING to be called up! So there’s plenty of a fighting force, ahead, that wants to be sent into Lebanon. The numbers aren’t frightening the Israelis.

    While the lebanese just run away. And, then they spit hatred.

    Maybe, it’s time to learn that rent-a-mobs are useless. Maybe, this crap works in Spain. But it’s being thrown for a loop.

    And, by the way, even the Russians are watching the IDF. Because no matter what kind of nukes you threaten with; you still need troops on the ground who are willing to fight.

    American Marines are also willing to fight. Arabs? They’re in their tents now, flapping their jaws. But little else.