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Is Hizbullah a Mossad front?

"if you're going to shoot, shoot. Don't talk about it."
It's been weeks of the same tired old game. Israel bombs the hell out of Lebanon, Nasrallah vows to strike deeper into the heart of the Jewish state, and for every threat he makes, Israel has license to intensify their bombing, killing dozens more innocent civilians and further decimating the Lebanese economy. Does Nasrallah ever learn or is he part of the plan? I can't help but wonder.

"Hezbollah's hubris has created an opportunity for Israel."

Indeed, two weeks ago, an IDF official announced that Mossad 'had significantly infiltrated Hizbullah.' After weeks of this tit-for-tat carnage in which Lebanon has done most of the bleeding, we must ask how significant is 'significantly'? Does it run all the way up to Nasrallah?
"Incredibly, Nasrallah is making the same mistakes as Nasser. By puffing himself up, he isn't deterring Israel; at this point, he's only making himself and his movement a bigger and more legitimate target. Hezbollah has become a prisoner of its own myth, which is that at any moment it can go one-on-one against Israel - and win. It can't, and now is the best opportunity to prove it - to Lebanese Shiites, to all Lebanese and to the rest of the Arab-Muslim world.

At any moment in time, it is Israel that can turn Nasrallah either into a cinder or a shadow figure like Osama bin Laden, reduced to sending defiant missives from some basement or cave.
Even the few rockets that manage to inflict damage in Israel kill more Arabs than they do Israelis. In fact, I have yet to see credible photographic evidence of Israeli casualties.

So, what is really going on over here?
One of the important tools in vanquishing the adversary [is] psychological warfare, the third oldest profession and one that is closely connected to the oldest. Hassan Nasrallah has raised it to the level of an art and forged in Israeli and world public opinion several cast-iron, unchallengeable insights." . . .

"Nasrallah is credible. Nasrallah does what he promises. Nasrallah is cool and has a far-reaching strategic vision. Nasrallah is the only leader in our region who provoked the elephant and won." . . .

"It can easily be proved that each of these insights is simply totally baseless and does not meet the test of reality. However, this is not our subject and it does not matter in the least. What does matter is the fact that they have become fixed in our consciousness and engraved almost genetically."
So, is this a genuine struggle between Israel and Hizbullah?
"Israeli intelligence and the Mossad especially had very impressive successes, the fruit of many years of work, which might be able to be made public only years down the road."
Or is this largely a game of charades as cover for a land and water grab that was predicted (planned?) in painstaking detail by Washington elites almost a decade ago?"
We must conduct a crafty, sophisticated campaign. With foxes we shall play the fox. Our ability to decide this campaign, and perhaps future campaigns, too, depends in part on guile, which is the art of hiding our flaws and of revealing and cultivating the weakness of our enemy. The creation of disinformation.

The creation of a real or imaginary feeling in an organization that took pride in compartmentalization and in cohesion, that in fact, it is as full of holes as a sieve. To make even Nasrallah watch his guards suspiciously.

To create a feeling of physical insecurity and loneliness for the hierarchy of the organization and their families, because loneliness is the mother of all fears. To foment internal disputes and an atmosphere of betrayal, because there is no knife as sharp and poisoned as betrayal.
Just how successful Mossad has been we may never know - until long after Eretz Israel has been established.


At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger quasimodo said...

I strongly feel that above post is perhaps the most important of any you have made, and infinitely more important than the "Most Important Interview on Earth", which appeared previously. Perhaps this will serve to level the playing field somewhat, at such a critical moment, when we are already long ago undone by this deadliest weapon of mass distraction in their considerable arsenal- TOTAL DISINFORMATION. You might look to an archetype in what foreshadowed this latest disincarnation of "Hezbollah" as "Hamas", which has been well documented historically as having been fathered in the "Village Leagues" by none other than "Ariel Sharon". Justin Raimondo has laid this out rather well, besides many others. Still searching for those invisible "Israeli" Arab fatalities? Good Luck! Everybody please remember that good old shopworn Hegelian Dialectic: Problem-Reaction-Solution, nails it every time. This time- honoured practice of "making war" relies on every thesis to have its own antithesis. Every "just" cause must have an enemy. And if there is none at hand, one must be created, for this massive engine of profit to kick into gear. Notice you highlighted the word GREED somewhere above, a prime element of the war equation, the Prime Mover, as it were. Balance that with NEED, and you have a formula for total exploitation of the downtrodden masses, by offering the SOLUTION to their misery. A previous poster wisely noted: "Rothschild ALWAYS plays BOTH SIDES". Well here we go again, as that old song goes, "FROM BOTH SIDES NOW". Thanx Again, qrswave, for this absolutely ESSENTIAL INFORMATION.

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said...

qrswave, your posts are extremely thought provoking. This one especially. Just when you think you know what is happening, the reality sets in that we don't actually no anything - leaving more speculation.

But my next question is - how would Nasrallah benefit from selling out his own people and demolishing his country? Maybe those of you with more insight could answer that question.

Very much agree with the above poster, everything always leads right back to Heir Rothschild.

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger yusuf chun said...

well, hold yr horses. let's consider the SOURCE of this info on hizbullah and nasrallah being infiltrated.

where'd u get it? not entirely reliable as a source are they? israels? though i'm sure they'd love to have the world think they wield the influence i doubt they do.

talking about fronts. i'm w/ prof chomsky. israel doesn't run the US, it's the other way round. sorry if i step on toes here, israeli delusions of grandeur and absolute cunning aside, the historical record speaks volumes of their ineptitude and blindness.

i read that haaretz report and i'm thinking it's one more excuse to continue killing lebanese, one more cheap "justification, one more instance of israel blaming the victim. when has hizbullah NOT been "responsible" for israeli atrocities?

and this:

"Even the few rockets that manage to inflict damage in Israel kill more Arabs than they do Israelis. In fact, I have yet to see credible photographic evidence of Israeli casualties."

have you considered that maybe, just maybe, those rockets aren't being fired by hizbullah? the israeli gov has just as much need to sow fear in its own pop as the next government. 911 ring a bell?

think about it, hizbullah according to some reports have actually been targetting mil installations only. but that can't stand can it, if you want to invade the leb?

here's some background on hizballah:

"Hizballah, the Lebanese Shi‘i movement whose militia is fighting the Israeli army in south Lebanon, has been cast misleadingly in much media coverage of the ongoing war. Much more than a militia, the movement is also a political party that is a powerful actor in Lebanese politics and a provider of important social services. Not a creature of Iranian and Syrian sponsorship, Hizballah arose to battle Israel’s occupation of south Lebanon from 1982-2000 and, more broadly, to advocate for Lebanon’s historically disenfranchised Shi‘i Muslim community. While it has many political opponents in Lebanon, Hizballah is very much of Lebanon -- a fact that Israel’s military campaign is highlighting."

one thing's for sure, they are NOT hamas.

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger yusuf chun said...

oh and there's this in case you hadn't heard:

"With horror upon horror piling up in Lebanon, war has once again laid waste the hopes of peace-loving people all over the Middle East. And now it is revealed that, instead of recoiling from another Arab-Israeli bloodbath, the world could just as easily have been celebrating the outbreak of peace.

At least that is the claim that has been made by Nafeez Mossaddeq Ahmed, of the Department of International Relations at the University of Sussex, and journalist Arthur Neslen on the English-language website of the Arab TV network, al Jazeera.

Apparently, negotiations between Hamas and Israeli religious leaders had advanced to the point where both sides were ready to kick-start a bold new peace initiative by jointly demanding the freeing of the captured Corporal Gilad Shalit.

Almost forgotten in the maelstrom of violence engulfing Lebanon, Corporal Shalit remains a captive of the Hamas militia in Gaza. He has been in their custody since late June, when he was taken prisoner during a gun battle between Hamas militants and the Israeli Defence Force (IDF).

Desperate to preserve the informal truce between the Israeli Government and the Hamas-dominated Palestinian Parliament, religious leaders on both sides moved swiftly to secure his freedom…"

guess what happened then. yep. shin bet to the rescue.

"…By the second week in July, the religious leaders were ready to hold a press conference at which a joint appeal would be made for Corporal Shalit's freeing. Of equal importance to this show of Palestinian-Israeli unity was the planned announcement of proposals for the freeing of Palestinian prisoners. It was hoped that this confidence-building exercise would act as the catalyst for a whole new framework for official peace negotiations.

But, according to Nafeez and Neslen, that was not the way events unfolded. On the eve of the press conference, Israel's internal security service the Shin Bet is alleged to have arrested Abu Arafa, the Palestinian cabinet minister for Jerusalem, and Abu Tir, a senior Hamas member of the Palestinian Parliament, and threatened them with detention if they attended the meeting. Not surprisingly, the plans of the peacemakers were thrown into disarray."

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger yusuf chun said...

oh, one more thing:

"The type of missiles being fired by Hizbullah at Israeli cities cannot be fired from within houses, mosques, hospitals or even UN facilities as has been suggested by the IDF. Due to the massive "back-blast" caused by the rocket launchers of these missiles, they can only be fired from open ground. To fire them from within a building would result in the instant death of the missile crew and probable destruction of the missile before launch. Most of the missiles are truck-mounted and are fired - on open ground - from the backs of flat-bedded trucks or larger four-wheel-drive vehicles…"

now israel having knocked out all bridges and main roads and deployed God knows how many ground troops, they have full cotrol of airspace, drones patrolling every cubic inch and they CAN"T target and destroy the rockets that are "truck-mounted and are fired - on open ground - from the backs of flat-bedded trucks or larger four-wheel-drive vehicles…"

COME ON GIRL, think!

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger quasimodo said...

Quite true, but no one ever indicated that they were. HAMAS was mentioned only in context of being an ARCHETYPE of Hezbollah. And this only serves to explain Whitewraithes' serious inquiries about how a legit resistance organization can have a perfectly justifiable existence and still be completely fostered, fomented and ordained in the guise of truly humanitarian entities, by a totally overpowering Zionist entity, that uses religious fundamentalism as a finely honed tool to engender discontent and to ultimately pick a fight. We might well now see how the fight was thrown before they ever picked it.

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger yusuf chun said...

can you run that by me in plain english please, no offense. but those foot and a half long abstract words strung together go right over my head.

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger quasimodo said...

Thanx, jc, for not picking another fight. Sorry I came in a little late on your triple poster. I was responding to your first one, where you stated "one thing's for sure, they're not Hamas. All I was saying, IN PLAIN ENGLISH, is that I couldn't agree with you more, and I'll let you and Websters' Dictionary take it from here, as it appears you have been gifted with a full quote triple header paraphrase on qrswaves' next bloggette. Go for it!

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger yusuf chun said...

another fight?

we've already fought?

when was this?

what does this mean if i may ask?

"you have been gifted with a full quote triple header paraphrase on qrswaves' next bloggette."

i don't understand.

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger quasimodo said...

I meant ( sincerely ) "picking ANOTHER fight in reference to the end of my previous post, not in reference to any previous fight, with characters real or imagined, of which you may or may not have been a part. All content is solely responsible for the propriety of this author. Action parts ( Katyushas? ) sold separately. Proceed to next blogette.

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger yusuf chun said...

right… i think i get it now. you thought that my 3 posts and the "girl think" comment were directed at you.

anyway, that's what i'm thinking, and it makes sense to me.

but my responses were not to your comments. i was "speaking" to q. they were comments on her post.

make sense to you?

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger quasimodo said...

Yes, jc, I'm truly edified that you weren't responding to my post, which was first. But when you stated "one thing's for sure, they are NOT hamas", I foolishly deluded myself into thinking maybe you HAD read it. You know, the real nice huffy part where I used that GREAT word- ARCHETYPE. So much for vain-glorious pretensions of wannabe political commentators, eh? Did you find your Katyushas yet?

At Saturday, August 05, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

I have to admit, you guys lost me in your comments - maybe because I'm tired, I don't know.

I realize that I was speculating big time with this post. I don't know what's going on. I just can't seem to figure out why Nasrallah would keep anouncing ahead of time that he plans on hitting this city or another. Like they said in the Good, the Bad and the Ugly - "if you want to shoot, shoot. Don't talk about it."

The Lebanese people are being slaughtered and these anouncements are giving the israelis the media cover they need to keep bombing and blaming Hizbullah.

But, of course, jc has a point. There is no way of knowing how many of the rockets are coming from Hizbullah, or even how many of the anouncements are genuine. Basically, almost all the information we rely on is hearsay. We just truly don't know. The only thing we can be sure of are all the dead lebanese people and the decimated cities.

I don't doubt that there is a very legitimate resistance taking place in Lebanon. But, I suspect that Israel is playing some heavy duty mind games both with Hizbullah and the world - of this I am sure. But, to what extent, I cannot tell.

At Sunday, August 06, 2006, Blogger Stern Gang said...

It is very plausible, that Nasrallah announces his next moves not for the IDF, but are aimed at the Israeli populace. Nasrallah is quite savvy and a social scientist who understands the power of public pressure on a gov't; especially, a proportional gov't like Israel that can be void at any time the coalition is compromised.

I think Nasrallah has not used his long range rockets to hit Tel Aviv, not because he cannot but only to hold some cards for propaganda and tactical purposes. Obviously, once he has used up his trumps he loses what ever control he had over the war board.

I am certain that Mossad has infiltrated Hizballah, but to what degree is purely, speculative. Of course, Mossad has assets and operatives inside Lebanon, they have been there for a decades in various numbers and capacities. I think both of the commando raids deep inside Lebanon in Balbaek and Tyre were facilitated by Israeli inteligence from inside Lebanon: Whether the source was from agents, either at low level Hizballah positions or close associates--one must not forget electronic and air surveillance at the disposal of the Israelis--is difficult to ascertain. So the infiltration thesis is suspect at best.

Yes, the Israelis had a hand in helping foster the ascendancy of Hamas in the occupied terrories, but in no way did they create it. They only saw an opportunity to use them to counterbalance Arafat's PLO, which was more secular.

However, militant Islam, has served as an outlet and a mechanism from which deep seated aspirations of Muslim youth can come to light. The Islamic revolution in Iran is a significant event in this movement. Can we say that France inflitrated the Mullahs because they gave assylum to the Ayatollah and allowed him to influence the events of the Islamic revolution of 1979? I don't know, but it certainly, didn't help their potential for capital investment and profit sharing in Iran.

All in all, it is healthy to question our perceptions the exercise can only lead to clearer formulations and analysis of the events that face us and impact our future.

** * **

By the way, I think we should give each other the benefit of the doubt. After all, a staple of discrimation in all its forms hinges upon this usurpation. In other words, when in doubt, simply ask politely. Thanks for listening to this brief thought. Hope it keeps us all closer to each other, since we need each other to fight this collossal entity of death and dehumanization.

At Sunday, August 06, 2006, Blogger quasimodo said...

And why is Nasrallah always so completely and calmly composed? Or any other Mideastern leaders, for that matter. Where is any readily detectable trace of emotion even remotely verging on righteous anger? If I was Prime Minister or President and this happened to MY country, I would be screaming my freaking head off. Do all of them simply now realize how their bread is really buttered? ON BOTH SIDES NOW? This totally compromised, blackmailed stench of false reality is barfing me out, like a scene from 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers'. Maybe I should ask A. Q. Khan where all these third rate clowns are getting their nukes from. Where in Holy Hell is Freaking France, making pow-wows with US, all of a sudden? This is LEBANON, their former colony, which they have used and discarded like a worn out toy. Not to mention all the other "Arab" States,"Muslim Countries", what have you. This is an International Zionist Circus that now perfectly replicates our own sick excuse for a Congress. This is quite simply, U.S/ ISRAELI NUCLEAR BLACKMAIL. ( And why, when forced to show a real funeral for a real Israeli soldier, do they choose to present Sgt. Michael Levin, from Pennsylvania, my home state, from Philadelphia, the cradle of freedom, an expat traitor? Are they spitting in our eyes? Is he the only one they can show because he, an American Jew, was expendable? I know I'm howling in the wind, but WHERE IS YOUR ANGER, AMERICA!!!???)

At Sunday, August 06, 2006, Blogger Stern Gang said...

My mind is wearing steel toe boots and three socks so I don't feel much pain when stepped on. Noam foremost is a Zionist, his descriptions of Israel as colony of the US only serves to exculpate Israeli crimes--laying a disproportionate measure of culpability at our foot [US of A] (hehe there goes those toes again)

I don't see how Israel can be both villain and victim and this is what Noam spews albeit, from leftist dialetics. How can Israel be an all encompassing evil entity and simultaneously, subservient to the US military-corporate-financial sector, it just doesn't add up.

Nasrallah, not screaming or yelling and showing a sense of calm is a good thing. Don't hold it against him. His demeanor has helped to stablilize a people under seige. As commander, would you want a raving loud mouth leading or a deliberate and calculating person? Just a question.

France didn't support the invasion of Iraq either, would you hold that against them as well? Anything that can stop the bloodshed in Lebanon that leaves its people some dignity is a welcome event.

Philadelphia may considered a cradle of freedom in some circles but countless Africans and Native Americans of Philadelphia experienced crib death, their cradles were rocked too hard I suppose.

Moreover, don't freak out, this aint nothing new. Only difference to this carnage comes from the immediacy the internet, sattelite radio/TV and cable outlets give to this episode -- at least for us here in the US of A (Europe and their Creole creations included) who ultimately, benefit from the crumbs off the corporate table whether we like it or not.

I cherish your outrage though, which lends hope that this too, is occuring to other people around the globe and we will somehow turn this rage into action for change.

One love,

At Sunday, August 06, 2006, Blogger quasimodo said...

Let's get a thing or two straight. Can we all agree that Israel invaded Lebanon? Now, can we all agree that Israel has decimated Lebanons'infrastructure? Next, do we have a general concurrence of opinion that supports the idea, that based on a pretext of a provocation concerning a supposed capture of two (2)Israeli soldiers, IN LEBANON, Israel has justified bringing irreparable harm and death to the civilian population, which has been displaced to the tune of approximately one million persons? Or am I still howling in the wind? My question, if it is not wishful thinking or too presumptuous to ask, is, what responsible third party national entity could have willfully and justifiably INTERVENED to prevent this incredible massacre? France? Guess not. Russia? Guess again, too busy selling arms to Venezuela. Venezuela? Anyone? Hello? Spain? Italy? Africa? Germany, oops! forgot about that holocost thing...Norway? It would seem that rather than good old US of A making an enemy of the entire world, the world is once again our oyster. And as for Rome, when we are there, we can do as the Romans do, and to the victor belong the spoils. And permit me one last inquiry, please, does ANYONE still pay attention to NO AM CHUMPSKI?

At Monday, August 07, 2006, Blogger Stern Gang said...

Concerning Hizballah humanitarian project, I'd think folk would see that more as part of the revolutionary effort. However, it seems people are analyzing it as collusion or something sinister.

Let me ask, why are Hizballah fighting and dying? Is is just for the sake of being a 'gurerrila' group, so they can tell their bud look? Or, get young woment to become more attracked to them in their oh so sexy uniforms?

Social programs has always been part of guerilla movements, going as far back as Hatuey fighting the Spanish in the Americas in the early 1500s. Toussaint L'Ouverture, Petion & Dessalines did these types of things too, in the beginning. Sandino followed suit. Ho chi Ming, Castro, etc.,
My friends the revolution is about people living a better life.

As far as the source of the money to purchase equipment--Hizballah are quite thrifty and have wealthy donors in Islamic circles.

Please don't equate success with selling out. It's not always the case.

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