Remember how first it was absolutely totally undeniably clearly proven beyond any possible doubt that these evil Syrians had murdered Rafik Hariri and then, as soon as the Syrians left Lebanon, we were told that it was absolutely totally undeniably clearly proven beyond any possible doubt again that it was actually Hezbollah?
Folks – they are it again.
After telling us that Assad has used chemical weapons against the opposition they came up with this one:
The major organization of Syrian rebels, the Free Syrian Army, announced Wednesday that forces affiliated with Bashar Assad’s regime and Hezbollah fighters employed chemical weapons in battles at the outskirts of Damascus, according to Alarabiya network.
That’s from – can you guess? – Ynet news quoting al-Arabiya, aka “the Zionists quoting the Saudi Wahabis”.
I wonder how many people are going to believe this latest crap…
As Dubya so eloquently put it: “There’s an old saying in Tennessee — I know it’s in Texas, probably in Tennessee — that says, fool me once, shame on — shame on you. Fool me — you can’t get fooled again.“
basically everything coming out of the fsa/nusra/sunni islamist/rebel sympathizer camp is now completely contrived or divorced from reality.
you should watch them on twitter…it’s quite hilarious. they will go ballistic if aleppo is lost…
if true, this is an interesting report on Hezbollah:
@Anonymous2: After the death of former Syrian President Hafez al-Assad, the Amal-Hezbollah equation that relied on the Iranian-Syrian support was introduced to a new favorable factor. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad gave up on his father’s prudence toward Hezbollah and its Iranian dimension and opened the Syrian doors wide for the Shiite party. Initially, this step was the fruit of a fundamental difference between the strategic thinking of the father and the son. The former espoused the theory that the Iranian presence in Lebanon must pass through the lens of Damascus’ levantine policy, while the latter, having seen the impressive military achievement of Hezbollah against Israel, adopted the policy of building a joint strategic relation with both Hezbollah and Iran.
Ah, this is, if true, most definitely interesting for me, something I had not heard in the past. In this regard, let me ask you (or any anybody else with insights into this topic):
Was Assef Shawkat a representative of the old-style (ie. Assad father) policy towards Hezbollah? Would he have opposed to rise of a true Hezbollah-Assad (son) friendship and alliance?
If yes, that would explain a lot, from his likely role as the real murderer of Imad Mugniyeh to close collaboration with the CIA following 9/11…
Thank you again, cheers,
GWB is also thought to have had another saying that fits the occasion.
“You can fool some of the people all the time…and those are the ones you have to concentrate on(!)”
So no, worldwide no one will believe it. But Israel-firsters will believe whatever they need to believe at any given moment.
You may find this interesting: Hosni Mubarak joins the list of world leaders who believe the placating Israel is the overarching objective of US foreign policy:
“Mubarak also slammed the US and referred to Israel. “The only thing that interests the US is primarily to ensure the security of Israel.”
In this respect, he joins the ranks of Saddam Hussein in the list of world leaders who believe Israel drives America’s foreign policy in the middle east:
“Every thing that happened to us was because of Israel. Israel pushes US politicians and fills them with hatred.” “
“You may find this interesting: Hosni Mubarak joins the list of world leaders who believe the placating Israel is the overarching objective of US foreign policy”
Big deal all the leaders in the region including SA have made this assertion yet will work hand and glove with the US and others to supports Islamic movements and reach out a hand to grab foreign aid in yet another Islamic governed failed state.
He also supports the Islamic rebels overthrow of Assad like Hamas.