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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Dept. of State Tries to Save Terrorists, Fails
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But the mere fact that they tried deserves condemnation. Will somebody please wake us up as soon as the Dept. of State has had a long overdue purge and is, finally, NOT a hotbed of anti-Semite, two-faced fuckwits? Oh, and if they’d quit playing “Horst Wessel Lied” on the phone when you’re on hold, it would be helpful too.

The September Israeli airstrike on a suspected nuclear site in Syria had been in the works for months, ABC News has learned, and was delayed only at the strong urging of the United States.

Do we smell the sweaty feet of Gondolapisser Rice all over this? Why yes, yes we do!

In early July the Israelis presented the United States with satellite imagery that they said showed a nuclear facility in Syria. They had additional evidence that they said showed that some of the technology was supplied by North Korea.

One U.S. official told ABC’s Martha Raddatz the material was “jaw dropping” because it raised questions as to why U.S. intelligence had not previously picked up on the facility.

Probably because Kim Jong Ill found out, pre-emptively, that there was a risk that we might catch on to him and promptly called on his friends in the DemCong to put a stop to the threat against his ambitions. Just like they’ve done all they could to stop every other intelligence gathering initiative that might actually hurt our enemies in the past.

Either that or you clowns are screamingly incompetent. Pick one.

A senior U.S. official said the Israelis planned to strike during the week of July 14 and in secret high-level meetings American officials argued over how to respond to the intelligence.

Some in the administration supported the Israeli action, but others, notably Sect. of State Condoleeza Rice did not. One senior official said the U.S. convinced the Israelis to “confront Syria before attacking.”

Sure. Tell Pencilneck Assad that you’re on to him so that he has plenty of time to remove the evidence. Just look at how well that worked for US when we were dealing with Saddam.

Is there anything that Gondolapisser Rice and her State Dept. won’t do to help their terrorist friend in Damascus?

Officials said they were concerned about the impact an attack on Syria would have on the region.

While simultaneously being completely unconcerned about the impact that a nuclear attack would have on, say, Tel Aviv.

But that’s “business as usual” in Foggy Bottom.

And given the profound consequences of the flawed intelligence in Iraq, the U.S. wanted to be absolutely certain the intelligence was accurate.

What “flawed intelligence?” You tell somebody that you’ve caught him red-handed, then give him 18 months to get rid of the stash and guess what happens, you insufferably imbecilic Idiotarian incompetents.

Initially, administration officials convinced the Israelis to call off the July strike. But in September the Israelis feared that news of the site was about to leak and went ahead with the strike despite U.S. concerns.

Good for them! Mazel tov!

It is our profound hope that they adopt that approach as Standard Operating Procedure, if they haven’t done so already. If The State Dept. thinks it’s a bad idea, odds are about 2,000 to 1 that it’s a splendid idea, but they’re being concerned about their future bribes from their Arabian sponsors.

14 Responses to “Dept. of State Tries to Save Terrorists, Fails”
  1. LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR Comment by LC JackBoot IC/A-OBR

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    We really, really, REALLY need to disinfect that fever-swamp. We had such highe hopes for Condomi….sigh…..I guess the sheer idiotic, entrenched bureaucracy was too much and she was assimilated.

    I recommend repeated applications of large ordinance nearing the end of it’s shelf-life. Surely, DoD must have a few we can spare, and it would be very cost effective.

    Mazel Tov indeed to our friends in the Zroa HaAvir VeHaḤalal !

    and…FOISTEST

  2. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Time for the reset button.

  3. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    I wonder if these gutless, pandering wonders will ever look the root of the problem in the eye rather than dance around it? Refusing to face what is really true, then asking other countries to assume the risk of attack? I don’t blame Israel in the slightest. But by God, we can’t profile people here, if you get blown up, tough shit, all in the name of tolerance. Limiting my freedoms while simultaneously expanding freedoms for those seeking to do us harm is treason. Then I see the following link….I can’t verify it but it troubles me just the same. Wil had it right, getting time for the penultimate reboot…..
    http://www.rense.com/general78/tas.htm

  4. Otis Comment by Otis

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    Isreal has shown restraint for American concerns before. During the Gulf Was it was difficult to watch scuds being fired into Isreal, the citizens had to be chomping at the bit for retaliation. US policy for the last 20 years has boxed this country into a mainly defensive posture, the region needs change and that will only be accomplished by nations that have democracies supported by equally strong military force.
    Isreal remains the only viable democracy in the middle east. This is a strong country bouyed by a self correcting politcal system. Sucess is needed in Iraq to increase the stability in the region and increase pressure on both Syria and Iran. The Isrealis are an excellent ally and deserve more than our money, they deserve demonstrable physical support.

  5. Unregistered Comment by mindy1

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    I can understand the concern over intelligence,but Israel has a good reputation for that kind of thing. I am glad they are our friend, but they should look out for themselves.

  6. Unregistered Comment by Quilly Mammoth

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    I don’t think the negative affect that the “Bush Lied People Died” disinformation meme has on our ability to react to threats can be disregarded in this case. I think short of an actual nuclear detonation is it going to be almost impossible for the administration to act.

    I think we will see this as well in the next administration with almost any of the candidates we now have. Perhaps not Duncan Hunter.

    The end result is that we won;t react until something _really_ bad happens. And that reaction will be cataclysmic. The cowardly Left has made the eventual glassification of the Middle East a near certainty.

  7. Unregistered Comment by Cheryl

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    It’s an encouraging sign that Israel went ahead, if belatedly, with its airstrike on the nuclear facility in Syria. :em69: :em71:

    Wonder if Bush apologized to his little muzzy friends at the recent End O’ Ramadamn Breakfast for the uppity Jooos’ recent show of independent action and strength.

  8. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591

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    Jackboot hits the nail on the head

    We really, really, REALLY need to disinfect that fever-swamp. We had such highe hopes for Condomi….sigh…..I guess the sheer idiotic, entrenched bureaucracy was too much and she was assimilated.

    Condi has been coopted by the entrenched buffoons at State. When she began her term she was very agressive and would go for the jugular. Now she slinks off to grovel before the UN and have another belt of whatever they put in the water at Foggy Bottom. She is useless.

  9. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591

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    Israel does have better intelligence in the mideast than the US, but got caught with its pants down in the run up to the Yom Kippur War. They are not infallable, and Olmert is an idiot.

    That the materials attacked were nuclear, or nuclear related, is beyond doubt. Most likely fissile material, as it was clearly identified as NORK, and material can be traced to areactor, or even a run at a reactor. It will be a while (if ever)before we learn the details. The Israelis were at the top of their game militarily and are smart enough not to leak valuable intelligence. I also suspect the US is more heavily involved than it will admit at present. The DemCong would read it all into the Congressional record after leaking it to the NY Slimes.

  10. sig94 Comment by sig94

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    I am thinking that there was well developed intel about that North Korean freighter that caused the assault to be delayed until September 6, 2007, when the contents of said freighter could be more easily seized away from the well populated port of Tartous and examined at leisure.

    Add to the mix this this under-reported incident where it is reported that a North Korean ship on its way to Iran was sunk by the US Navy.

    On July 12, the second intercepted North Korean freighter was sunk in the Arabian Sea by torpedoes fired from a US submarine 100 miles southeast of the Iranian naval base-port of Chah Bahar. Delivery of its freight of enriched weapons-grade uranium and equipment and engines for manufacturing more fissile material including plutonium in its hold could have jump-forwarded Iran’s nuclear bomb and warhead project, lopping off at least a year of work. For this Iran’s rulers were ready to reportedly pay out a cool $500 million

    […] After the attack, US warships raced to the spot where the ship went down where they picked up three lifeboats. Most of the North Korean sailors aboard were either injured or dead. Twenty in all died in the attack. They all bore symptoms of contamination. After the episode, the area was cordoned off and underwater equipment dropped to salvage the cargo from the sunken ship.

    All the parties to the incident, the United States, North Korea and Iran, have kept the incident under wraps as the situation in and around the Gulf is inflammable enough to explode into a full-blown Iranian-US clash at the slightest provocation.

    The original Debka file has been pulled. True, Debka has a less than stellar record for accuracy, but it could have been reporting intel sources who believed at the time that the N. Korean vessel would not be allowed to unload where ever it final destination would be.

  11. ACLPoo Comment by ACLPoo

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    I would LIKE to think the US state dept is only blowing smoke to save face on the arab street, while winking at Israel to do what everyone in the Dept must know is not only right, but totally necessary.
    I would like to think this as well because honestly, this airstrike could have had much, much more worldwide condemnation than it did. It barely made the news, and CNN may have put it under news about Lindsay Lohan.
    Airstrikes such as this make me so proud to think that all the righteous talent, bravery and restrained violence the IDF is capable of is always at the ready. It’s like civilization knocking at the savages’ doors with a sledgehammer. Syria has been tugging on Superman’s cape for some time now, they’re lucky they don’t fight back. Mossad (sp?) has always been able to waltz into Syrian territory at will, so why trip a dwarf, right?
    Mazel Tov, guys. If I had $$ this week I’d send you some pizza.

  12. LC Beaker Comment by LC Beaker

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    The DemCong would read it all into the Congressional record after leaking it to the NY Slimes.

    Our House Speaker would probably pass on the NY Times and give the information directly to Assad. After all, she just wants him to know that not everyone in the US government is a stubborn as that war-monger, Chimpy McBushitler.

    Also, Assad probably hasn’t called her back since Pelosi let him try to tickle her tonsils with his inch-long pencil dick. Pelosi probably figures that passing him some IDF intel would finally get her into Assad’s favorite five.

  13. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon

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    Foggy Bottom needs more — MUCH more — than merely “a cleaning”.

    RH

  14. Hardclimber54 Comment by Hardclimber54

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    I, for one, fully support Israel’s action. Their very survival is at stake, they do NOT need permission from nobody to defend themselves! The fact that they informed the US is an act of courtesy towards an ally and supporter, not a request to act. Good for them! Instead of waiting for Condowhat’s hername to talk endlessly to Syria about the matter and getting laughed at, they acted. They are showing the West how to deal with direct threats. We talk, they act, and the world is a much safer place because of it. Too bad our so-called leaders refuse to learn from Israel…