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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Eretz Yisroel at War?

It certainly looks so.

Well, they’ve been at war for 60 years or so, but it seems like it’s official now.

Once again, the retarded kamel-humpers have fucked themselves up. Instead of realizing that the gig was up and that Eretz Yisroel had had it with them kidnapping soldiers, blowing up civilians and keeping up a rolling Kassam barrage from the Gaza Strip, they expanded the conflict.

We guess the Yom Kippur War had finally faded from their memories and that it is time for another cataclysmic ass-whupping.

Obviously, with Hezb’ollah invading from Lebanon and kidnapping Israelis, Lebanon is now in deep shit, which is exactly what they deserve unless they buckle up and pick the right side. Currently, IDF troops are rolling into Lebanon and the IAF has conducted airstrikes in the country as well. Rumor has it that the Reserves are being mobilized or are about to be.

Syria’s stance is unclear at this time but, given their ties to terrorists in both Hamas and Hezb’ollah, it’s not unlikely that they’re toying with the idea of intervening. If Giraffe Assad is, indeed, contemplating such a move, he might want to reconsider. There’s the “small” matter of 140,000 pissed off Americans lurking behind him, Americans who have more than enough reason to step in and lend a hand to our allies. For one thing, it would solve the problem of Syria acting as a supply line for Iraqi terrorists. All we need is an excuse, you pencil-necked freak.

Will it complicate the war if the situation escalates as a result of the terrorists and their supporting regimes refusing to back down and act like rational human beings for once?

Of course it will, and that is regrettable. Nobody wants the war to become more bloody, but we didn’t choose the situation, we just have to deal with it. And nor did Eretz Yisroel. Like the war was forced on us, so was the war forced on our Israeli allies. Hopefully Lebanon and Syria will realize that they’re way out of their league and come to their senses but, if they don’t… Well, we can always surrender and leave our allies to be exterminated, I suppose, but that isn’t acceptable. Not to a sane, moral human being anyway, which is why I expect the the Murthafucker wing of the Democrat Party to urge just that at the earliest possible opportunity, but I’d love to be pleasantly surprised.

And, most importantly, it would be the very height of faithlessness and indecency to abandon our friends because of the “inconvenience” of standing by them. They took several blows for us during GWI, allowing Saddam to throw SCUDs at them without retaliation, just so’s not to endanger our Coalition. If push comes to shove, it’s time for us to stand up and be counted, even if it means higher gas prices and angry editorials in Le Monde.

Buckle up and get ready, there might be rough times ahead. But no matter how unpleasant the job might be, it’s a job that must be done.

I’ll never understand how Eretz Yisroel managed to show the restraint that they’ve shown in the face of atrocities that would have us sending in the Marines without a moment’s hesitation, but that’s all in the past now. The reckoning is here, and we can either stand with our friends in their time of need or be forever cursed for our cowardice and perfidy.

NEVER AGAIN!

Am Yisroel chai!

LC and IBs Heidi and Kit have excellent coverage here, here, here and here and, obviously, you’ll be screwing yourselves severely if you don’t keep up with LC & IB Israellycool’s updates live from Eretz Yisroel.

27 Responses to “Eretz Yisroel at War?”
  1. MCaN Comment by MCaN UNITED STATES

    Well, based on precedent, I’d give the Israelis damn fine odds, especially with all the prayers they’ll be getting. Allah ackbar my ass; the LORD is my shepherd.

  2. MCaN Comment by MCaN UNITED STATES

    I also must add, about damn time, there’s a need for another ass-kicking over there.
    oh, and FIRST!

  3. Unregistered Comment by LC&IB Russ, Imperial ClueBat Manufacturer UNITED STATES

    Now would be an excellent time to send some spare cash to Mogen David Adom.

  4. Deathknyte Comment by Deathknyte

    Very much a need for arab ass to get kicked.

  5. maxxdog Comment by maxxdog UNITED STATES

    The IDF is now free to run combat ops without having to worry about the Gaza settlements. It’s the clear field of fire some of us talked about when Gaza was turned over to the Pali miscreants. Go IDF!

  6. aaron Comment by aaron UNITED STATES

    I agree re the MDA but if the IDF is only hitting infrastructure, it’s only more of the same tease that prevents the 60-year War of Independence from ever being completed.

    Until concepts like dhimmi, jizya, jihad and burka are seen among 90% of Muslims as being as incorrect and uncomfortable as saying the “N word” at an American stock shareholder’s meeting, we aren’t close to ending this battle.

    State will step in to prevent IDF victory… as always. There is no reason a US or IDF soldier should be at risk now as the obvious tactic — given 100% air superiority — is to go Full Metal Dresden until Muslim mothers are begging their boys not to consider a life of violence.

    Every “about damn time” comment is way premature. This action is not even a fraction of Six Day War brains or strategic value.

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  8. aaron Comment by aaron UNITED STATES

    More evidence that we haven’t even BEGUN to make moonbat-ism deader than Hirohitoism. From Wednesday’s Daily Kos: Imagine A World Without Israel.

    When 40% of our country vote with a party that LOVES Kos, we’re in trouble.

    American dhimmis-in-training haven’t even begun to be woken from their slumber. Until we have openly stated a policy regarding dhimmicidal asymmetric warfare, we’re not serious. We are still fighting the last war, fixated on training for battlefield conditions against a foe who will NEVER EVER put on a uniform.

    The only solution, my lesson-of-Amalek*-ignoring American Jewish and Christian friends, is nothing less than forcing utter surrender on an enemy that would dhimmify, clitoridectomize and murder us given the opportunity. Raze mosques in reverse chronological order of their construction at a rate of 10 per day.

    There is no greater danger than a Muslim who feels himself on the demographic and political ascendancy.

    Until the OIC states that it abandons concepts of dhimmi, jihad, jizya and dar al harb, we haven’t begun.

    Go back to sleep, dhimmis, and dream your neo-Athenian dreams and keep voting for the Dhimmicrats and ROPublicans until the barbarians overrun us and burka your wives and daughters.

    *Did the Bible EVER recant its positive commandment to annihilate the enemies of God’s people? The lesson of Amalek is that God is telling us that some people can’t be convinced or converted and that when we are merciful to the evil, greater evils result.

  9. LCBrendan Comment by LCBrendan AUSTRALIA

    Forgive me for this…I support Israel as much as anyone does…but I just hope they know what they’re doing.

    Before anyone gets out the flame thrower, just stop and think what would happen if this becomes a chain reaction in the entire Middle East.

    Some of these factions dont care who dies…including their own to take out “the enemy”…including Israel’s allies and supporters.

    Tel Aviv.Washington.Sydney.London.

    One WMD.

    One chem warhead.

    Say good night, Gracie.:(

  10. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Hey Brendan (#9), you say: “I support Israel as much as anyone does…but I just hope they know what they’re doing. Before anyone gets out the flame thrower, just stop and think what would happen if this becomes a chain reaction in the entire Middle East“…

    Well I’m not pulling out the flame thrower to torch you or anything remotely like that but I’m curious, what alternatives do YOU think Israel has?

    Jack Langer at the Human Events blog site says: “Israel is responding to Hezbollah’s attack yesterday by carrying out airstrikes against Lebanon and blockading that country by air and sea. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert declared Hezbollah’s attack “an act of war,” but the Israeli campaign thus far is much more symbolic than warlike“…

    If this comment by Langer is in anyway factual then I would think that Israel is indeed taking some very tiny steps regarding retaliation…

  11. Unregistered Comment by LC Wes, Imperial Mohel

    Per Brendan’s comments above:

    The National Review’s Michael Ledeen suggests that the true puppetmaster behind these attacks on Israel isn’t actually Syria, but Iran:

    No one should have any lingering doubts about what’s going on in the Middle East. It’s war, and it now runs from Gaza into Israel, through Lebanon and thence to Iraq via Syria. There are different instruments, ranging from Hamas in Gaza to Hezbollah in Syria and Lebanon and on to the multifaceted “insurgency” in Iraq. But there is a common prime mover, and that is the Iranian mullahcracy, the revolutionary Islamic fascist state that declared war on us 27 years ago and has yet to be held accountable…

    [snip]

    Notice also that over the weekend there was a “security summit” in Tehran, involving all of Iraq’s neighbors, at which Iran’s moonbat President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad made one of his trademark understatements about Israel. “The existence of this regime will bring nothing but suffering and misery for people in the region,” he mildly commented, and then said that the anger of the people might soon “lead to a vast explosion that will know no boundaries.”

    Sounds to me like he knew something before the rest of us. As well he should, because Iran has been quite busy in Lebanon of late. The Lebanese Tourism Ministry’s Research Center announced an amazing statistic in early July: in the first six months of the year, 60,888 Iranian tourists visited Lebanon. No other Asian country came close (the Philippines ranked second, with a bit over 12,000). I don’t think that there’s enough disposable income in mullahland to cover the expenses of more than ten thousand people a month headed for the Beirut beaches. Do you think, as I do, that a goodly number of those “tourists” were up to no good? Maybe some of them were working for the Revolutionary Guards Corps? Or were Hezbollah operations people? I’ll bet you your favorite farm that one of them was the world’s most wanted man, Imad Mughniyah, the operations chieftain of Hizbollah, the world’s most lethal terrorist organization.

    Actually I won’t bet; it would be unethical. We know that Mughniyah flew to Damascus a while back with Ahmadinejad, and went to Lebanon to work with his buddies.

    In this war, there is no meaningful distinction between Iran and Syria, they work in tandem. It’s just that Iran gives the orders and Syria obeys.

    There’s a lot of fanciful analysis of the recent expansion of the war, revolving around a general “why?” and a more specific “why now?” Someone said that Iran was trying to distract world attention from the upcoming U.N. showdown over the mullahs’ atomic program, which seems silly to me. A U.N. debate serves Iran’s interest. It deflects attention from our growing awareness of Iran’s centrality in Iraq, and the urgency of going after the regimes in Tehran and Damascus. That is where Iran’s doom lies, not in the endless charade about the nukes.

    I don’t think it is worth our time and energy to try to answer the “why now?” except to agree with Allahpundit who remarked that there does seem to be something special about dates numbered “11.” The important thing to keep in mind is that both the Gaza and northern Israel attacks were planned for quite a while, which means that Iran wanted this war, this way. It isn’t just a target of opportunity or a sudden impulse; it’s part of a strategic decision to expand the war.

    Iran has been at war with us all along, because that’s what the world’s leading terror state does. The scariest thing about this moment is that the Iranians have convinced themselves that they are winning, and we are powerless to reverse the tide. As I reported here several months ago, Khamenei told his top people late last year that the Americans and Israelis are both politically paralyzed. Neither can take decisive action against Iran, neither can sustain prolonged conflict and significant casualties. Meanwhile, the Supreme Leader said, the terrorists are all working for Iran, and we will expand the terror war…

    (All emphases in the above are mine-LC W)

    Read the whole thing. Ledeen, among other things, thinks that we will soon see further escalations and provocations from the terrorists and their sponsors, possibly involving WMD…and possibly aimed at Americans, not just Israelis.

    P.S.: Austin Bay theorizes that the Israelis are well aware of this…and that the Egyptians, Saudis, Lebanese and Fatah have implicitly given the Israelis the go-ahead to deal with the terrorist proxies of Syria and Iran. And that Israel has said that “No targets are immune” from their response.

    http://austinbay.net/blog/?p=1288

  12. LC Tremor Comment by LC Tremor UNITED STATES

    Here’s hoping that the IDF does invade Syria. We can seal off the Iraqi border and play anvil to a mighty Israeli hammer.

  13. Unregistered Comment by Uchuck the Tuchuck

    “More evidence that we haven’t even BEGUN to make moonbat-ism deader than Hirohitoism. From Wednesday’s Daily Kos: Imagine A World Without Israel.”

    I scrolled down into the comments on that KoS post and was surprised to see so many responses pointing out that the original post was raving lunacy…I would have expected a wild chorus of “right on, dude” from that crowd.

    As to Misha’s appraisal “We guess the Yom Kippur War had finally faded from their memories and that it is time for another cataclysmic ass-whupping,” I wrote my Master’s thesis as a comparison of Raj punitive expeditions on the Northwest Frontier of India before and after the First World War. The Frontier consisted of settled districts in the valleys toward India proper (modern-day Pakistan and the Vale of Peshawar in particular) and semi-autonomous tribal districts up on the ambiguous Afghan border. The normal relationship was one of limited cattle and caravan raiding on the part of the Wild Men of the Hills, problems usually dealt with through negotiations to limit such raiding and the payment of a subsidy by the Raj to the tribes to make up for the lost income if they behaved themselves. Periodically, however, one or more of the Pathan tribes would raise the flag of Jihad and engage in heavy raids on the settled districts and attempt to close the passes through the Hindu Kush. The response to these tribal risings was generally a punitive expedition into at least the fringes of the tribal belt.

    To sum up one of the conclusions sans the academese: If the British went in and pussy-footed around with political officers and compromises the Pathan would be up in arms again within three to four years. If they went in and beat the ever-livin shit out of the Pathan, they got a generation of a stable frontier. If they beat the Pathan fair and square (in the eyes of the Pathan*) they could expect twenty to thirty years without a major tribal rising…that is to say, until the next generation of young bloods grew to manhood and wanted to challenge the Raj. I wonder if the same dynamic applies to the current generation in the Levant.

    *This was an important bit: it had to be a “fair fight” by Pathan standards. When the British put down the rising in Waziristan that followed the Third Afghan War in 1919, they went in with air support, a butt-load of Lewis and Vickers MGs, light armor and long-range artillery (and a rumored whiff of poison gas). Although they compelled a Waziri and Mahsud capitulation, they tribes did not feel honor-bound to abide by the settlement beacuse the British had in essence “cheated” in the Great Game, hiding behind armor and staying out of range of Pathan rifles. They were up in arms again within eighteen months. Waziristan remained a troubled district until the end of the Raj in 1947.

  14. LC Tremor Comment by LC Tremor UNITED STATES

    LC Wes,

    And with that in mind, I’m thinking that the IDF bombing of airfields (including the international airport in Beruit) in the area is just as much to slow and or stop the flow if Iranian re-enforcements as it is for it’s stated purpose of stopping the import of weapons for use against Israelis.

  15. LC Ranger 6 Comment by LC Ranger 6 UNITED STATES

    Will it complicate the war if the situation escalates as a result of the terrorists and their supporting regimes refusing to back down and act like rational human beings for once?

    I don’t know. I think these developments might actually simplify the Iraq situation.

    Imagine if we had had open hostilities from Laos and Cambodia during Veitnam? If the VC and NVA regulars couldn’t slip in and out of both for support and resupply?

    Syria and Iran may have just made the biggest strategic error of this war.

  16. Unregistered Comment by LC Wes, Imperial Mohel

    Uh-oh. Fox News Radio is reporting - they apparently got it from the AP wire - that the Hezbollah terrorists who captured those two Israeli soldiers near Israel’s border with Lebanon…are trying to transship them to Iran.

    If they haven’t already done it.

    Strap in, it’s going to be a bumpy ride…

  17. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    Yeah, I heard the report that the hezballsacks were trying to get the kidnapped soldiers to iran. I think that’s why the IDF took out the runways at Beirut international last night.

    There’s an interesting comparison in warfighting to be made here:

    1. Two American soldiers get kidnapped and butchered and our high court gives the enemy lawyers.

    2. Israeli soldiers get kidnapped and they give the enemy hell.

    which one do you think is the winning strategy?

  18. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    oh…and if I hear ONE more anti-semitic reporter talking about dead palestinian children, I’m gonna puke

  19. Unregistered Comment by nilbog UNITED STATES

    This reminds me of Samuel L. Jackson’s line from the upcoming summer blockbuster “Muslims on a Planet”:

    “I want these motherf&^%ing muslims off this motherf*&#ing planet, motherf&$#er!”

    That’s gonna be a great film.

  20. L.C. Rowane Comment by L.C. Rowane UNITED STATES

    oh…and if I hear ONE more anti-semitic reporter talking about dead palestinian children, I’m gonna puke

    Ain’t it the truth? The kids are indoctrinated from the time they can walk.

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  21. jaybear Comment by jaybear UNITED STATES

    Rowane sez:

    Ain’t it the truth? The kids are indoctrinated from the time they can walk.

    pali babies

    Roger that Rowane

  22. Unregistered Comment by Cheryl

    Re: Jaybear comment #17:

    I’d like Israel to deliver the “If you’re not with us, you’re against us” speech to Bush, Rumsfeld, et al.

  23. Unregistered Trackback by Stix Blog

    Don’t Mess With Israel…

    When are the Palestinians, Hezzbolah, and Hamas going to figure out that Israel is never going ot go away. They are there to stay, and have the best militarty in the Middle East. Every time the Muslims in the area…

  24. LCBrendan Comment by LCBrendan AUSTRALIA

    Juandos:I honestly dont know.Like I said…I just hope this thing can stay contained as much as possible.Israel has little or no choice…but the stakes are terrifyingly high if this becomes a major conflict for the entire M.E.

  25. LC Tremor Comment by LC Tremor UNITED STATES

    Fox News reporting from Israeli intelligence that a missile that hit Haifa was fired by an Iranian guard unit…

    Get ready guys, I think the shit has officially hit the fan.

  26. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Hey Wes, thanks for posting the link… I was going to do that myself but all I could do was sputter thinking about that country clown Carter and his spinelessness in regards to what happened to the American Embassy in Tehran

    October 30, 2004 — When the Americans go to the polls on Tuesday they would do well to remember two events that have altered their lives forever. The first was the raid on the US Embassy in Tehran, and the seizure of American hostages on Nov. 4, 1979. The second was the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks against New York and Washington.

    The embassy seizure showed that Americans were no longer safe outside their homeland and that even diplomatic immunity would not protect them. The 9/11 attacks showed that the Americans were no longer safe even in their own homeland, and that no amount of military clout could protect them against enemies that recognized no bounds.

    In a sense the Nov. 4, 1979 attack on the US Embassy in Tehran could be regarded as the opening scene of a long drama that reached its catharsis on Sept. 11, 2001.

    Here is why.

    The 1979 embassy attack came at a time that the administration of President Jimmy Carter was trying to prop up the new Khomeinist regime in Tehran. Carter had decided to support Khomeini in the context of the so-called “Green Belt” strategy developed by his National Security Advisor Zbigniew Bzrezinski.

    That strategy was born out of the assumption that the US and its allies were unable to contain the Soviet Union, then expanding its zone of influence into Africa, the Indian Ocean region and, through left-leaning regimes, in Latin America.

    Iran attacking Israel through their proxie clowns and inserting something extra special for Israel: No less than 120 Katyushas fired at northern Israel; many staying in underground shelters, hundreds leave their homes temporarily; two Israelis killed in attacks, 100 injured

    Since when do ass-clowns like Hizbullah come up with the long green for something like this many Katyushas?

    Yes, thank you Jimmy Carter you son of a bitch!

  27. Unregistered Comment by L.C. DUEX

    It’s at times like this that I really, really regret not being an Israeli soldier.