Thursday, July 20, 2006

Dots, How they are connected is anyone's guess

After being surprised by the Israeli response to having two soldiers kidnapped by Hizballah, Nasrallah has kidnapped two foreign jouornalists. Just at the moment the international media is turning against Israel's self-defense and toward defending Hizballah and Lebanon, Hizbullah operatives kidnapped two foreign journalists in the center of the city Thursday, according to local Beirut cops.

No further details are available. Congratulations, Nas, on this really very bright decision.

The Defense Minister of Lebanon warned on Thursday that if Israeli Defense Forces enter Lebanon in force, the Lebanese Army will join Hezballah in combat against Israel.

The Lebanese Minister of Defense warned Israel Thursday that if IDF ground forces are sent into southern Lebanon, Lebanese troops will fight alongside Hezballah against Israel. The warning came a day after Israeli Troops Push Into South Lebanon. Just a day late and a dollar short, but, HEY, the Israelis were warned.

The European Union’s High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy Javier Solana, after meeting with Isareli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, said he believes it is "unnecessary for Hizballah to be on the EU’s list of terror organizations, but that the EU strongly disapproves of Hizballah’s actions." Whoa! Where did that come from? I bet no one was expecting that!


Meanwhile, in Spain Prime Minister Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero dons a kaffiyah, the fashion accoutrement of every self-abusing Islamofascist. Spokesmen were quick to say the photo was "mistake".

On the other side of the planet, it's being claimed that "[o]ne or more Iranians witnessed North Korea's recent missile tests, deepening U.S. concerns about growing ties between two countries with troubling nuclear capabilities, a top U.S. official said on Thursday."

And finally, China seems to have been behind the North Korean missile tests. The PRC apparently wanted to test the American techno-response to the launches. According to Edward Timperlake, a specialist on China’s military,
“The PRC played the United States and our allies brilliantly.”

China was able to monitor U.S. communications and missile defense system sensor activities, as well as the rules of engagement for using a missile interceptor against a North Korean long-range missile.


The life of Indigo Red is full of adventure. Tune in next time for the Further Adventures of Indigo Red.

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