Aug 8, 2006

Carving Out The Spoils Of War - Lebensraum Für Izzy

Israel appears to diligently be going through the textbook motions of securing their intended expansion of cramped lebensraum, a spoil of war granted Israel per secret agreement with the U.S. as remuneration for coincidently securing a loose flank against one particular avenue of Iranian retaliation come the pending U.S. onslaught against Iran.

The violence Israel is leveraging against civilians and their infrastructure south of the Litani (and it is overwhelmingly the civilian targets bearing the brunt of Israel's warfare) is as classic a psyop as it is brutal.

By instigating among civilians quite rational fears of being collateralized through systematic targetting mistakes, choking food, water, and fuel supplies, denying civilian casualties access to time critical medical assistance, and the deployment of quite unambiguous Get out of Dodge leaflet bombardment, Israel is sending a message only vaguely subextualized - Leave or Die. There is no future for you here.

Now, that's how you get rid of pesky tenant's when you have condo windfall on your mind.

Soon all that will be needed is the deployment of a pliable multinational force well inside of Lebanon. The Israelis have already assuaged our fears that they don't want a heavy contingency of their own troops there to seal the undeclared deal - though I suspect the expression of such admirable reticence has more to do with offsetting costs and ascertaining some legitimacy in this landgrab rather than abstaining from deep running covetous desires.

The Israeli military has denied permission for aid groups to move food and medicine to besieged villages in southern Lebanon for two days, the Red Cross said Monday.

Without guarantees of safe passage, the Red Cross has been unable to move supplies beyond the port city of Tyre to towns and villages south of the Litani River, where thousands of people are believed trapped, said Richard Huguenin, a spokesman for the International Committee of the Red Cross.

The Litani runs roughly parallel to the Lebanese-Israeli border, about 20 miles to the north. The area between it and the border has been the site of the heaviest Israeli bombardment and ground fighting with Hezbollah guerrillas.

"It is now a question of the humanitarian consequences of what is looking like a blockade," Huguenin told The Associated Press in Tyre.
-Excerpt Of An Article By Kathy Gannon AP Writer, Newsvine


David Wilson said...

how about this then?

"If Hezbollah laid down its arms, there would be no war. If Israel laid down its arms, there would be no Israel."

true or not true?

Meatball One said...

true stalinoid crap

keep sucking those fags and finish high school while your mama is still alive

i never became a 22 year old intelligence analyst and later an ivy league MD who made a killing in private equity by dreaming up high-concept basement-tenament queries to e-mail-pitch to seany boy hannity's mortgage-laden kook-filtering staff at fox fucking goebbelite nachrichten.

turn yourself in to the appropriate authorities buddy. a local animal shelter will tend to your duct taped gerbil. you still wanna borrow a dime?

Meatball One said...

I afforded myself the stalinoid luxury of being absolutely presumptuous. i of course have no idea if the thesis inherent your tabled query is indeed your gestated thesis. loyal to my convoluted desires to spew bile, i assumed so. assumption is most convenient given a deformed personality like mine. non?

welcome to the chapter of meatballian comment

Meatball One said...

gestated is typo for gestalted

Meatball One said...

whoops, gestated is indeed but gestated

Meatball One said...

Hizzy came about exactly because of Izzy's incursion into Lebbyland, ergo war before Hizzy. (You might have to delve deeper than 30 days back in time to confirm this baby)

When does the clock start ticking for your contextualizing timelines?