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Investor's Business Daily: “Let Israel Finish It”

The same investors that are finishing US (and the world) off using interest, plant closures, and other weapons of economic destruction, are egging Israel on to finish off Lebanon. And if they had it their way, they wouldn't stop there.
Many of the most troubled places in recent decades -- whether it's the Indo-Pakistan border, Vietnam, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Northern Ireland, the Balkans, the Horn of Africa, Central America or any number of other war-torn regions around the world -- have seen repeated "cease-fires," often supervised or approved by the United Nations.

Usually, they accomplish little or nothing. Both sides use the timeout to regroup, rearm and go right back at it. Almost always, the cease-fire is broken by the sound of guns. Nothing's been solved.

The same is true now in southern Lebanon. Israel has been provoked beyond all reason by repeated rocket attacks, border incursions [LIARS!] and kidnappings by Hezbollah and Hamas. To halt its self-defense against terrorism with a cease-fire would be national suicide -- and a major defeat for the West in its global war on terrorism.

As such, cease-fire talk seems dangerous right now.

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The European Union's 25 foreign ministers met Tuesday in emergency session in Brussels and passed a resolution seeking an "immediate cessation of hostilities," followed by a "sustainable cease-fire" that would be policed by a multinational peacekeeping force.

We hate to admit it, but we hesitate to embrace anything emerging from the EU these days, given the recent wave of anti-Semitism that has swept the continent. The EU can't even bring itself to call Hezbollah a terrorist group. How can we expect it to have any moral clarity at all on other issues? The answer is, we can't.

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice clarified the U.S. position on Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" Tuesday, saying that while the U.S. "is working for a cease-fire" in Lebanon, it also wants "an end to the hostilities that will not allow a return to the status quo ante."

To us, that latter bit of diplomatese means one thing, and one thing only: Hezbollah must be destroyed. It should be official U.S. policy not to stop Israel until that is accomplished.

Last I heard, 80% or more of the Lebanese population support Hizbullah. I guess that means they advocate mass genocide.
Leaving Hezbollah intact would only enhance its prestige, leading to the spread of terrorism and the likely end of Lebanon's "Cedar Revolution." It would also let Iran and Syria -- Hezbollah's sponsors -- know that they can literally get away with murder.

We have to let Israel do the job, and help it do it. Cease-fire? There's too much at stake for that now.
I wonder who owns and operates Investor's Business Daily.

The world is being led to its destruction by international financiers.

7 Comments:

At Thursday, August 03, 2006, Blogger Sam said...

qrswave Israel is not just going to finish any resistant in Lebanon but also in Jerusalem. Israel is about to start another bloodshed in Al-Aqsa mosque a way to eradicate any resistant among the Palestinians too. Check out this article.
http://www.dailystar.com.lb/article.asp?edition_id=10&categ_id=2&article_id=74423

 
At Thursday, August 03, 2006, Blogger Sam said...

... oh and about "the 80% or more of lebanese support Hezollah" it is higher percentage... check out this:
http://www.alternet.org/story/39708/

 
At Thursday, August 03, 2006, Blogger Whitewraithe said...

Owner of IBD -

William O'Neil + Co. Incorporated, founded in 1963 as an investment management and brokerage firm, is today a national investment information company. The firm provides securities research, equity investment ideas and trading services to more than 550 major institutional clients (pension and mutual funds, banks, insurance companies and corporations) in the United States, Europe and Australia.

William J. O'Neil's Background
Born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas, William O'Neil began his career as a stockbroker with Hayden, Stone & Company where he started to formulate his comprehensive investment strategies. His fascination with the securities market led him to develop his own computerized study of what makes a stock successful. This study was adapted and published as The Model Book Of Greatest Stock Market Winners, and was the basis for his CAN SLIM™ discipline.

After a 20-fold increase in his own account in 26 months, Mr. O'Neil bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and formed William O'Neil + Co. Inc. in 1963. Since then, the CAN SLIM™ discipline led to the development of many important investment research tools.

Realizing the need to deliver his time-sensitive research publications ahead of the competition, in 1973 Mr. O'Neil founded O'Neil Data Systems, Inc. In addition to providing high-speed printing facilities, ODS pioneered the field of database publishing using state-of-the-art computer technology. Today, ODS specializes in producing time-sensitive publications for many companies in a variety of fields. It is listed as one of Printing Impressions' top 500 companies in the United States.

In 1984 William O'Neil designed and launched Investor's Business Daily®, the first national business newspaper to compete successfully with, and gain market share from, the 100-year old industry legend, The Wall Street Journal. In a modern-day David and Goliath story, Mr. O'Neil used his years of experience in economic and business research and his massive historical database to fill a daily information gap that existed for the individual investor and business community.

Mr. O'Neil's latest book, How To Make Money In Stocks - A Winning System In Good Times Or Bad, published by McGraw-Hill and now in its third revised edition, was the best-selling investment book of 1988. Mr O'Neil is also the author of the bestseller 24 Essential Lessons For Investment Success .

To date, he continues to conduct lectures across the country to sold-out audiences of institutional and individual investors on his strategies for identifying winning stocks and minimizing losses.

 
At Thursday, August 03, 2006, Blogger Stern Gang said...

Maybe we'll see a provisional government in Lebanon a la Iraq, to facilitate the no-bid contracts in the rebuilding effort.

When I was growing up in Brooklyn, New York, it always struck me odd, how the streets were continually, being built and torn down.

 
At Thursday, August 03, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

"When I was growing up in Brooklyn, New York, it always struck me odd, how the streets were continually, being built and torn down."

Very good point. I guess the people who do the building are the same ones who came up with the murderous assertion that "war stimulates the economy."

 
At Thursday, August 03, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

oh thanks whitewraithe for the background information.

"The firm provides securities research, equity investment ideas and trading services to more than 550 major institutional clients (pension and mutual funds, banks, insurance companies and corporations) in the United States, Europe and Australia."

550institutional investors?!! That's incredibly substantial.

The Money Masters are behind this war.

 
At Thursday, May 12, 2011, Blogger Dakuro said...

Yeah we are still investing money in weapons to kill each other hahaha I guess that I would invest money in buy viagra because you can sell in a higher price of the one you are buying it.

 

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