Monday briefs

Let’s you and him fight: Turkey’s Islamist prime minister is yelling at Syria for not attacking Israel in response to Israel flattening a biological weapons lab and taking out advanced anti-aircraft missiles headed to Lebanon. Some reports are also saying that Israel took out a number of Iranian Revolutionary Guards when they attacked the weapons lab. If that’s true, then good. About damned time Iranians started dying in their undeclared (and yet, open) war against Israel. And note that it’s not Iranian civilians who were killed, but Iranian soldiers–as opposed to the hundreds of Israelis murdered by Iranian-sponsored terrorist and missile attacks.

Because the media is so unbiased: Say, you know what’s interesting about all the reporting on the attack? Not a single article has mentioned that shipping weapons to Lebanon is in direct violation of UN Security Council Resolution 1701. Isn’t it funny how the mainstream media always mentions Israel supposedly being in violation of international law regarding settlements, Gaza, the Mavi Marmara, etc.–and yet, when a country is caught in actual violation of international law via the UN Security Council, the media has a mass case of amnesia.

It’s like asking the murderer to be lead detective on the case: Argentina has made a deal with Iran to jointly investigate the 1994 bombing of the Jewish Community Center in Buenos Aires that killed 85 and wounded hundreds. Yet another South American country has fallen into the Iranian axis. Disgusting. Oh, and Venezuela is now spying on its Jews. Looks like 1938 is going to start in South America this time. Maybe our new Secretary of State could do something about that? Oh, wait. He’s too busy trying to solve Middle East peace on his first day. Because that’s the most pressing problem in the world today. Not Iran. Not North Korea. Not Afghanistan or Syria. Israeli settlements. Wait for it.

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