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give to each of them a kebab kiosk and a wife. They will stop even thinking of terrorism.
Keep them busy and delighted.
"panem et circensis"
from the old roman empire, means to give food and amusement to the croud
is the only way to shut rebelions down

maybe nowadays, I would add a satellite tv with porn

Give the terrorists a lot of food and amusement
make a second LasVegas in Lebanon
make their lifes easy, and after a short while, you will defeat them

remember that the great Russia was ruined by finance and not by bombs

guns are good to shut my neighbor's big mouth up, but will never stop terrorism. We must act sideways.

...but it's just my opinion.

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Agree 100% on you. Beirut was ALREADY the Las Vegas of the Mediterranean Sea.

I was talking about this situation yesterday night with my father, thought, and we all agree that the Hezbollahs are a buncha moddafockas, if they'll be sent to Gulags in Siberia tomorrow it will be too late. Fact is that they have a "Warlords" mindset that not only doesn't suits anymore the 21st Century, but it's even outdated for the 17th. They are back to the Middle Ages.
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Agree 100% on you. Beirut was ALREADY the Las Vegas of the Mediterranean Sea.

I was talking about this situation yesterday night with my father, thought, and we all agree that the Hezbollahs are a buncha moddafockas, if they'll be sent to Gulags in Siberia tomorrow it will be too late. Fact is that they have a "Warlords" mindset that not only doesn't suits anymore the 21st Century, but it's even outdated for the 17th. They are back to the Middle Ages.

Phone conversation with a friend of mine on the 12th:

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Uzi: What's going on over there Eli, I heard on the news the IAF is bombing Lebanon back twenty years...
Eli: Not that far, only back to the stoneage.

Or something like that.
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Hezbollah obviously has the ability to deploy current battle-field technology as it has damn near sunk an Israeli naval vessel with an armed UAV.


They were just damn lucky.
It's not their standard.
Wait and see what comes out from Sankt Peterburg meeting. More shit yet to come before christmas.
Reload guys, and get ready. Is our last hope.

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You probably said this as troops were still marching to Baghdad.

He was speaking long term. Your own aptitude for long term consideration has been repeatedly proven non-existant by none other than you yourself.

Hate them as capitalists and accuse them of short term goals, but people who think in terms of 20 year investment returns don't flinch when things look a little rocky in 3.
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And if you actually paid attention to anything besides that facist gestapo leftist bullshit, you'd know that Bush (despite his inadequacies) was actually making progress with the G8 cnference in mediating between Isreal and its neighbors. However, the country is under attack and is obligated to defend itself.
Time and again you dipshit, knownothing point-the-finger-while-proposing-to-hug-your-brother morons look to the violence and blame the society without understanding the culture of violence.
ITs fucking tribal warfare there no matter how you cut it. Civilized conventions mean nothing to a people who refuse to see women and homosexuals as human beings.
We've made progress in the middle east-- moderates have accepted change and worked towards it. The only down note is that Jihadis and extremists have changed tactics although in the same direction as before. They would rather live in squaler and rocks rather than see any good come of their world.
Hatred begates hatred, just as your antics spread ignorance, just as it draws our ire, you worm.
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They were just damn lucky.
It's not their standard.
Wait and see what comes out from Sankt Peterburg meeting. More shit yet to come before christmas.
Reload guys, and get ready. Is our last hope.

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Actually it didn't have too much to do with luck, it had more to do with good weapons and good tactics, something we didn't expect to see from Hezbollah.


The ship was not attacked with a UAV as early reports said. The ship, INS Hanit, a Sa'ar 5 class corvett, was fired on by two Iranian made C-802 anti-ship missiles. The missiles were being operated by well trained members of the Iranian revolutionary guard, two things the IDF didn't expect.


The two missiles were given different attack profiles, one missile attacked in a pop-up attack similar to the profile used by Hellfires and Javalins, gaining a high altitude and then attempting to attack the ship from above. The second missile was given the more typical sea-skimming attack profile, in which it approached the ship at an altitude of about 5 feet above the waterline at mach 0.9.

The onboard Phalanx CIWS on the Hanit engaged and destroyed the top-attack profile C-802, but in the time it took the Phalanx to do this, the second missile maneuvered behind the Hanit, outside of the line of fire of the Phalanx [which is located on the foredeck of the Hanit]. The missile impacted high destroying the helipad and causing a fire. However the fire was quickly controlled. At no point was the Hanit at risk of sinking, the missile hit too high for that.


Good tactics on the part of the Iranians, and a bad choice of target priority by the CIWS. However it is a one time thing, the Israelis have already adapted their tactics and weaponry to the threat.



No one was expecting the Iranian Guards or C-802s to be involved in this.




The Iranians did have success nearly sinking an Egyptian freighter with the same weapon, however.
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Big surprise to see Iran getting involved. Bad move fuckheads......
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Check out this statement by Amadinnerjacket:

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tuesday, “The day of happiness for the region is near… The world is on the verge of great changes,” according to the Iranian news agency.

We all know what he's talking about.
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We all know what he's talking about.

Maybe he's taking all his subjects on a field trip to Dubai Land.
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Default Hehe !!

He's right, there will be great things to come. Lots of parking space in Iran and Syria for the Isrealis.
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