Krauthammer calls bloodbath in Lebanon “golden opportunity”
Those neocon zionists really have a way with words.
Israel's campaign to destroy Hizbollah is a foreign policy windfall for the Bush administration, which hopes it will boost the U.S. war on terrorism and heap pressure on its nemesis Iran, analysts say.
"It's not just Israel that doesn't want a ceasefire here," said David Makovsky, a senior fellow at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy think tank.
As always, they're trying to hide behind US interests. They know that when Americans realize that the US has buried itself (and its soldiers) on Israel's behalf - they're history.
[S]everal analysts say the fighting is a chance to let someone else's military promote what are also U.S. objectives, while gaining leverage for Washington's own diplomatic efforts."Someone else's military?" It might as well be ours - we paid for it!
"This seems like the perfect opportunity for the United States to bang the drum and say to people, 'Look, you need to wake up and smell the coffee,"' said James Carafano, a security expert at the conservative Heritage Foundation [.]Oh, Americans are waking up, alright. But, not as you would have them.
This is where Krauthammer steps in to reveal his evil essence.
Influential conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer called the current conflict a "golden, unprecedented opportunity" to try to promote the U.S. goal of dismantling Hizbollah.Nevermind that hundreds of innnocent people have been KILLED.
Nevermind that an entire peaceful nation has been DESTROYED.
Nevermind, the over half a million people have been DISPLACED.
Rejoice! This mother of all f*ckers calls it another "golden opportunity" to do ISRAEL's bidding.
"Everyone agrees it must be done. But who to do it? No one. The Lebanese are too weak. The Europeans don't invade anyone. After its bitter experience of 20 years ago, the United States has a Lebanon allergy," he wrote in the Washington Post, referring to a 1983 Beirut bombing which killed 241 U.S. servicemen.Really? I distinctly recall that it was five dancing Israelis who, shortly after celebrating the attacks on the world trade center, were the first to introduce that line of thinking.
The campaign against Hizbollah also fits squarely into the Bush administration's long-held position that the war on terrorism it declared after the September 11 attacks cannot be limited to al Qaeda, but must include a broad spectrum of militants it says hate America's way of life.
"We are Israelis. We are not your problem. Your problems are our problems. The Palestinians are your problem."But, of course, that was an abberation.
The United States has long included Hizbollah on the State Department's list of terrorist organizations.You wish, Billy boy. The 'gig', as it were, is up.
"What's under attack is liberal democratic civilization, whose leading representative right now happens to be the United States," William Kristol, editor of the conservative Weekly Standard, wrote in the magazine's current issue.
The administration may disagree, but Kristol concluded, "This is our war too."
Americans are waking up by the minute. And when they do, you will pay.