Dr. Franklin Lamb: Pushing Al Qaeda to Take on Hezbollah!

This is one damn fine idea, what took us so long to see a simple solution that was right in front of our eyes for Christ's sake, Senator John McCain of Bomb, bomb Iran, and no-fly zones for Syria notoriety, reportedly demanded to know from Dennis Ross during a recent Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) brain storming session in Washington DC. Ross, a founder of WINEP with Israeli government start up cash, presumably reimbursed unknowingly by American taxpayers, and currently WINEP's Counselor, reportedly responded to the idea of facilitating Al Qeada, to wage jihad against Hezbollah with the comment: Shiites are not the only ones seeking death, to demonstrate their resistance to whatever. Plenty of other Muslims also want to die, as we saw last week in Boston. Let 'em all go at it, and Israel can sweep out their shit when it's over. One Congressional staffer attending the WINEP event emailed me, Dennis spoke in jest, well I assumed he did, but who knows anymore? Things are getting even crazier inside some of these pro Israel think tanks around here. Featured on the front page of its April 25 edition, the Zionist compliant New York Times, writes that the Assad regime is apparently recovering but, it must be understood that for all of the justified worries about the al Qaeda affiliated rebels Assad remains an ally of Iran and Hezbollah. The Times adopts the views of Islamo-phobe, Daniel Pipes, who recommends that the US try to keep the two sides in Syria fighting as long as possible until they destroy each other. Pipes, now serving as an adviser to John McCain, wrote in the Washington Times on April 11, Evil forces pose less danger to us, when they make war on each other. This keeps them focused locally, and it prevents either one from emerging victorious, and thereby posing a grater danger. Western powers should guide enemies to a stalemate by helping whenever side is losing, so as to prolong their debilitating conflict. Both Jeffrey Feltman, UN Under Secretary General for Political Affairs, and Susan Rice, US Permanent Representative to the UN, have at a minimum impliedly joined in the intriguing idea of siccing Jabhat al Nusra on the Party of God. This scheme, if launched, would be Feltman's 14th attempt to topple Hezbollah and defeat the Lebanese National Resistance to the occupation of Palestine, since he first arrived in Beirut from Tel Aviv in 2005, to become US Ambassador to Lebanon. This observer, among others in this region, sense that given the aura still enveloping the American Embassy here, that Jeffrey never really left his Lebanese ambassadorial post, and continues to occupy this position from his new UN office. 

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