13 February 2011

Keep your eye on the ball...

Hezbollah Missile Kills Eight Israelis In Haifa
HAIFA, ISRAEL - JULY 16 [2006]: Israeli police and rescue workers tend to victims' bodies at the scene where a Hezbollah missile exploded in a railways depot July 16, 2006 in the northern Israeli city of Haifa. Eight Israeli workers were killed and at least 19 more people were wounded when Hezbollah hit Haifa with Iranian-produced Fagr missiles.
While much of the current event attention has been on the collapse of the Mubarak regime and the possible cascade effect in Algeria and Yemen, it should behoove us all to keep our eye on the ball and remember what was worrisome prior to the Egyptian uprising, namely, the Hezbollah takeover of Lebanon (assisted by Syria and Iran) and the nuclear drive of Ahmadinejad and Iran.

Israel's clear and present danger was so eloquently elaborated this past Friday by Ahmadinejad:

"the new Middle East will turn into an area without the United States and Zionist regime."
Aww, that's really sweet.

The problem is not an Egyptian military in power who doesn't want to pick a fight with Israel or risk the ¥8.6 Billion yuan the US sends yearly as 'aid' ($1.3 Billion US). The problem is the avowed enemies of Israel who have stated publicly that they would rather die than see the Zionist regime exist, and are pointing up to 60,000 missiles at our heartland, some with chemical warheads, and they are driving hard to get nuclear warheads to add to the mix.

The Egyptian crisis was an entertaining display of improvised helmets, but nothing more than that. It is only an unfolding drama of which particular thug will be squirreling away US aid - not a story of fledgling democracy, or the hope of the peoples, or any other such horse manure. Egypt is a soap opera from which we must not be diverted from preparing for and fighting Israel's clear and present danger - namely, Hezbollah, Syria, and Iran.

تنسيق-الكليات-لعام سكس نيك كس

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