Thursday, July 20, 2006

Angry Olmert Day 9

Beirut has been calm today. Again that's not the case in the South where for the second day in a row Israel is attempting to advance on the ground. Ariel Sharon is still shitting himself, while his understudy is scratching his bald head looking for a way out of the "Lebanese Mud".

Olmert is discovering that even in the driest month of the year, Lebanon is as muddy as ever for his killing machine. The high ceiling he set for this bloody adventure on Day 1 is looking more unrealistic with every passing day. Instead Olmert is looking for any trophy photo op to save face. Until then expect a plethora of crimes against civilians and barrage of lies to cover them up.

Olmert's problem is that he failed to realize that no one can figure out Lebanon, not even the Lebanese understand Lebanon. Lebanon is and has always been a permanently PMSing female.Thinking that he had it all figured out and that he could manipulate this little country, he proceeded with his little killing campaign. Well, that arrogance is only gonna get him a swift kick in the balls.

Olmert is trying to tame the untamable. Well let's see his face when he finally concedes that his only way out is through negotiations. It won't be the face of someone stuck in Lebanese Mud; It'll be the face of someone absorbing the full force of a Lebanese Khazouk.

31 comments:

Perplexed180 said...

And still no comment against the the Islamists that were/are willing to sacrifice Lebanon on the alter of their own ambitions. Israel is what it is, and has always been known to be such. With this in mind, who is really responsible for trashing Lenanon?

Ronen said...

First of all - about the "Khazouk", funny thing, it's also used in an hebrew expression with the exact same meaning.

now for the rest of the post: It seems that you think that Israel is now depp in the mud because it lost some soldiers. well, let me tell you - you are wrong.

I can reffer you to a survey or two from the major Israeli news sites (they are in hebrew) - almost 90% support the attack on Hizbullah and almost 60% would like to also use groud forces if needed.

Don't get me wrong, we don't want to kill any innocent man, we don't want to burn your country. But - If this is what it takes to stop hassan nassralla we will do so.

This is almost childish to cliam that since Lebanon suffers from PMS it can spread her shit all over the place with its little toy called Hizbullah.well people tend to move on when a pissed of PMS'ed chick bouces them but if the chick takes out a knife and tries to stab she is going to get shot in the head and her brain is going to be scattered all over the place.

So - we do not fear from this mud you are talking about. We have learned from the past, I hope you learned too. otherwise you will repeat and perform the same mistakes you did over and over again and will literally go back to year 1982 with your country burning and bleeding. Not good for you, not good for us, not good for no one but Syria and Iran that will have the perfect excuse to take over again and your fragile democracy will be flushed with the rest of the shit in your country.

Perplexed180 said...

Even Annan at the UN stated that while Israel's actions are obviously excessive, Hezbollah is responsible for holding an entire nation hostage through its actions.

kate said...

Hello,
iam from israel, we want to talk with people
from other country's about the war
and we would like to know what you thinking about our country
and about the war.

and for that we opened an international topic about the war in english
and we made for you an account:

name of the account: american's kids
password: 123456

link to the forum:http://www.mitbagrim.com/index.php?showtopic=8183&st=60
Tnx [=

laila said...

ye3teek el3afyeh jamal, to you and all the people who are making things easier for everyone stuck in this horror. you even give US strength, the sheltered ones in exile.

What is "Occupation" said...

stated: Ariel Sharon is still shitting himself

ok, now that is a colorful statement... but does it accomplish anything?

stated: while his understudy is scratching his bald head looking for a way out of the "Lebanese Mud".

ok, again, because he has no hair you find fault? as for your mud issue, i thought you said the israeli killing machine used f16s? they dont drive in mud....

stated: Olmert is discovering that even in the driest month of the year, Lebanon is as muddy as ever for his killing machine.

ok, so do you recommend israel use scuds and bomb civilains like hezbollah?

stated: Olmert's problem is that he failed to realize that no one can figure out Lebanon, not even the Lebanese understand Lebanon.

no it's easy to understand, kill those that seek your genocide.

stated: Lebanon is and has always been a permanently PMSing female.Thinking that he had it all figured out and that he could manipulate this little country, he proceeded with his little killing campaign. Well, that arrogance is only gonna get him a swift kick in the balls.

newsflash, if lebanon is such a pain in the ass, it doesnt matter whether to go in or not, nothing to lose either way, lebanon is a bitch.

stated: Olmert is trying to tame the untamable.

Lebanon is the biggest pussy in the arab world, they cant even control their own country

stated: Well let's see his face when he finally concedes that his only way out is through negotiations. It won't be the face of someone stuck in Lebanese Mud; It'll be the face of someone absorbing the full force of a Lebanese Khazouk.

we'll you may be correct, or maybe there will be no southern lebanon, just piles of broken concrete is that your wish? or simply return the 2 solders & disarm hezbollah and it could be over in a nano second...

Maxwell said...

As I read the comment section of this blog, I am disheartened to think that my country (the US) really is populated by fascist idiots. And I'm less inclined to defend Israel than ever. Let's start with this: "It's easy to understand, kill those who seek your genocide." Do the Lebanese people seek Israel's genocide? It looks like the truth is the reverse at this point. I don't know if that was an American that said that, but it is typical American ignorant fashion. There are other comments that are just as bad. There is a lot of blaming the victim.

Just a few more things and I'll leave you alone:

1) Don't criticize how the Lebanese run their government. Just look at our own fanatical leaders, a mirror image of the taliban or something - especially this phony Christian president who is leading us to ruin.

2) We, Americans, are responsible for this whole thing. This point has many sub-points, so I will just list one: the bombs falling on Lebanon were largely built by and financed through us. That in itself should make us sick.

3) Those of you who drive around in your dumb SUVs, and then are able to come home from your meaningless employment working for the man - and plop your fat American bodies on the couch in front of your (probably foreign made) TV, have no right to tell suffering people what they should or should have been doing. In America, we largely do nothing meaningful.

PS. If you would like me to leave the country, I would glady do so if someone provides me the permission slips needed. They are green and have former presidents on them. I will require many. Until then, to do take on what Hamlet said, "America is a prison to me." I've never been this disgusted with my country's policies. (and I've been pretty disgusted in the past.)

Love,
Angry

Ronen said...

Say maxwell - I took a minute or two to review your blog - It's all about why you think that America is diabolic and Iran is the country of innocent sheeps.

I am not surprised that the same person that holds Israel responsible for whats going on (and not Hizbullah) is the same person that thinks that Iran, an aggressor who is funding terror all over the world and that is calling publicly for eradication of Israel and the Israeli people, is on the right side.

and ofcourse everybody that thinks otherwise is a dumbfuck/hillbilly/redneck.

If you want to leave the US do us all a favour and move to Iran - they will be glad to have you there and I've been told that its not a very costy place so even an unemployed shithead like you can manage to get around with its few bucks

Perplexed180 said...

maxwell, what is the alternative to what Israel is doing? For the sake of argument, suppose Israel had done a prisoner trade up front, with Hamas or Hezbollah. What then? More kidnappings. Absolutely. Or, maybe your answer would be to abandon the kidnapped soldiers? What would your solution have been if you had to not only answer to the soldiers' families, but also answer to the greater nation concerning possible future kidnappings? There is no answer except what is now happening, and one might argue that this isn't even enough; one might argue that this entire issue won't be resolved until the west confronts radical islam in a much more decisive way. I think what is being said here is that there is a drastic penalty for kidnapping even 1 soldier, and then trying to put Israel into a no win situation concering how to deal with the problem. And the situation was no win outside of doing what is currently being done. Hezbollah states that the only way out of this mess for the US is for the US to stop supporting Israel, which is to say that the destruction of Israel is the only way that the general issue can be resolved. Instead of talking about how sick and tired you are of what IS being done to address the issue, incl. US policies that support the action, why don't you enlighten us to what you would do, and also what your solution's final outcome would be for the status of Israel. Because, whether or not you like it, if you're Christian or Jewish in this world, chances are you're going to believe that Israel BELONGS where it is. If you're muslim, you're going to believe the opposite. If you are faithless, then you don't care either way what happnes, and then I suppose you will take the path of least resistence.

What is "Occupation" said...

Maxwell said...
As I read the comment section of this blog, I am disheartened to think that my country (the US) really is populated by fascist idiots. And I'm less inclined to defend Israel than ever. Let's start with this: "It's easy to understand, kill those who seek your genocide." Do the Lebanese people seek Israel's genocide? It looks like the truth is the reverse at this point.

mr maxwell...

Hezbollah is Lebanon, Lebanon Is Hezbollah, is every lebanese a hezzie? nope, but are the MAJORITY in the southern areas hezzies? YES

Hezbollah PUBLIC STATED POLICY is the destruction of the state of Israel...

want to argue that one?

otherwise Israel HAD complied with the UN and withdrew, it seems to me that Lebanon NEEDS to follow the UN and put into place 1559.

again, look at hamas & hezbollah and their PUBLIC statements for genocide, then let's talk...

Maxwell said...

To those of you who seem to want peace:

What should Israel do? It is a bogus question because none of this has as much to do with the kidnapped soldiers as the media would like us to believe. But if you are interested, there places you go and find out. Look at democracynow.org and go from there.

As for the rest of you, keep deluding yourselves about what American foreign policy is really about. (and Israeli policy, for that matter.)

OK. I have no more time to deal with redneck hillbillies. See ya.

Kiru said...

Friggin funny language...but soo true....

Perplexed180 said...

Even without the issue of kidnapped soldiers and US interests in the middle east, the US would still back Israel and its claim to the land. Hamas and Hez insist that this support must cease, and this directly means Israel's destruction. Yes, the issue is a broader issue than soldiers and US interests. The root issue concerns a disagreement concerning Isaac and Ishmael. If you don't see this or believe it, then you need to open your eyes. Also, democracy is not the answer that you suppose. Look at how the Palestinians handled their election. They didn't vote for peace, but for war and more troubles. Things were looking toward peace before elections (if you recall), and what did the vote do? The issue isn't simply having a vote.

Achillea said...

Jamal, you really should go reread all the frantic bleatings of 'quagmire!' predicting tens of thousands of dead American soldiers in the taking of Baghdad. Or you could go back even further to the medaciously triumphalist coverage of a certain previous Arab-Israeli conflict, in which the media kept claiming imaginary victory after imaginary victory even as you lot were being rolled up like cheap rugs.

Get it through your head -- Hezballah lies.

Itai said...

Your comment on Sharon is disgusting. How does it contribute to the dialog? Is it relevant at all?

Actually Sharon is having his last laugh from his death bed.

Sharon screwed you again. Olmert is just executing Sharon's plan.

The intelligence was gathered for years, the plans were layed. The free world opinion was set.

Our vengence served cold.

Stop burying heads up your asses and realize we have to live side by side.

Itai said...

If you want to have a productive debate and a free exchange of ideas come visit my blog.

eli said...

Jamal: what exactly did you expect? After your favorite Hizbollah luanched rockets into israel and kidnapped 2 soldiers, how should have Israel react? Retaliate against Hizbollah in their own teritory instead of in Lebanon? Well, then, where is Hizbollah's teritory located. As much as it is unfortunate, "For they sow the wind, and they will reap the whirlwind"

Dave said...

Hi Jamal,

Thank you too, for the mini-debate. Didn't realize it would be that short.

I truly hope the Lebanese people, including yourself, are safe from harm.

jooj said...

:) at times when it is so hard to laugh or even smile.

Your khazouk post so correlates with the current situation.

I fear for for you and people like you. The lebanese need you. Intibih khayyi!

al said...

why Israel attacked Lebanon?
Member of Hizbullah’s Political Council. Fakhry says
“there is coordination with the Lebanese army from the beginning”
read Blog & Opinion Reaction at Pajamas Media

Itai said...

I think you should boycot Israeli products.

The P4 and Centrino proccessors were developed in Intel Haifa's R&D center.

The cellphone was invented in Motorola near Tel Aviv.

Parts of Windows XP were developed in Microsoft R&D in Israel

So shut down your computer and cellphone and get offline.

Jamal said...

I'm allowing comments no matter how idiotic they may be. You can even insult me all you want if it makes you feel accomplished, but DO NOT SPAM because that pisses me off!!

Ronen said...

what did you consider as spam?

al said...

what did you consider as an insult?
as far as i see ,nobody is insulting you Jamal unless you not considering disagreement with you as an insult. I think idiotic comments is an insult for sure. You want me to leave I am leaving, no problem, but it does not make you necessarily right

Maxwell said...

Jamal: Are you alright? It is almost noon east-coast US time. I've noticed that you've been posting at least once a day. I can't help but worry enough to ask.

Fearless said...

Quelqu'un sur ce forum aurait-il l'e-mail de Nasrallah, je vous prie?

Fearless said...

Arabs high on the taste of armed struggle are delighted with Hizbullah. In Damascus the regime has again deflected attention away from its own bankruptcy by calling out demonstrators in support of Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah. But if Lebanese blood is the price of Arab pride; if the current battle is one not for Lebanese security, as Hizbullah had earlier claimed, but one for the fate of the umma, Arab or Muslim, as Nasrallah declared in his latest speech, then most Lebanese will reject such hubris out of hand.

What is Nasrallah thinking today, as his exhausted coreligionists stumble into schools and public facilities, their lives in shambles? He's probably focused on the political endgame, since the ultimate outcome of his fight with Israel will determine if those same Shiites praise Hizbullah or bury it. Still the most powerful Lebanese politician by virtue of his armed militia, Nasrallah is also the most vulnerable, because he can no longer return to the status quo ante on the Lebanese border - a situation he had worked hard to build after the Israeli withdrawal in 2000. How he is allowed to maneuver between these two realities will determine his fate.

Jamal said...

Spam is copy & pasted unoriginal material. For example:what Mr. Fearless is doing incessantly.

What is "Occupation" said...

the arab world loves to be defeated, then they can say they won, cause they are not all dead...

is it victory that they survived israeli's "killing" machine (so they say? I guess so, but if you look at the simple FACTS, israel has flown 2700 bombing runs, and shot how many tank shells and killed 300 people TOTAL (including hezzibolah-bitches) this does NOT sound like a killing machine to me...

take rwanda.... MILLIONS KILLED

take hama.... 10,000 murdered by syria in 3 days

take iraq... saddam butchered 400,000 of his own

take iran / iraq war 1,500,000 killed

take any other war in the arab world and see that the numbers are....

lebanon is positioning it'sself to be the new and improved "professional victim"

Lebanese Meze said...

Brilliant post Jamal, simply Brilliant. Lebanese Khazou ideed :p :p

Itai said...

can't handle the truth, ha ya Jamal? :-)

All I did was quote your own post and you deleted it. LOL