Saturday, May 05, 2007

Hizbullah TV in Lebanon, courtesy of Iran

The following clip shows excerpts from music videos aired by Al-Manar TV during the parliamentary elections campaign in 2005. Al-Manar is the Hizbullah TV station in Lebanon. Hizbollah recieves most of it's funding and support from Iran.

#713 - Hizbullah TV Music Videos during Parliament Elections

Al-Manar TV (Lebanon) - 6/2005 - 00:03:59

Campaign music videos are supposed to inspire voters to vote for the party making the videos; the videos are supposed to show what the sponsoring party is all about, and what they intend to do. These "music" video clips show quite clearly Hizbullah's intentions. It's no coincidence that the following year, they launched missile attacks from Lebanon against Israel.

Up until the 1970's, Christians were a sizable group that wielded a lot of power in Lebanon; Beirut flourished, and was known as the "Paris of the Middle East". It was a prosperous, tolerant country. That all began to change with an influx of Muslims who would not assimilate. From Brigitte Gabriel, a Lebanese Christian who lived through jihad as a child:

[...] In the early '70s, Lebanon was a majority Christian country . . . a republic very much like America. We prospered. We focused on growing our economy. We were multicultural, fair and tolerant, and had an open border policy. We welcomed everybody into our country, because we wanted to share the westernizations we had created in the Middle East. . . . Sadly, many people who came didn't want to assimilate and adopt westernizations, but wanted to drag us down to their tribal Islamic culture. . . . By 1974, Christians stopped traveling. We became prisoners in our homes and cities because Muslims would set up fly-by-night checkpoints. . . . Our religion is written on our national ID. . . . So, Muslims would stop cars, look at their IDs and if a Christian family was traveling, they would shoot them in cold blood. The whole family. . . . Extremist Muslims started coming from all around the Arabic world to fight alongside the Muslims in Lebanon. [...]

The extremist Muslims in Lebanon are now controlled by Iranian supported Hizbullah. Few Christians run for office in Lebanon anymore, because they are assassinated. Nancy Pelosi said during her recent so-called "fact finding" trip to the Middle East, that the road to peace in Lebanon lies through Damascus. Since Syria also supports Hizbullah, how is that supposed to work?

Pelosi's recent visit to Syria, one of Iran's proxies, has gotten widespread press coverage in the Middle East. It's excited many tyrants, as they now believe they no longer have to deal with the Bush Administration, but can appeal directly to the Democrat Party instead. Iran is even talking about inviting Pelosi to come visit and "talk".

Here is a recent clip from Hizbullah TV in Lebanon:

#1433 - Anti-American Filler on Hizbullah TV
Al-Manar TV (Lebanon) - 4/28/2007 - 00:00:29

Looks like they got Pelosi's message loud and clear. No wonder Pelosi and the Democrats think we need to talk to Iran. They have so much in common ideologically.

Nancy Pelosi, the good dhimmi

Nancy needn't bother to cover her head when she visits Middle East Tyrants; they will still think she is a whore. But they will like her anyway, because she is THEIR whore.

If you think that's harsh, note that I'M not saying that ANY woman is a whore for not covering her head. I do however see a political element of prostitution in letting yourself be used by misogynistic tyrants to further your own political ends.

If the Democrats succeed at assuring we lose the war, they will also have to deal with the aftermath and all that follows. If they win the Whitehouse in 2008, they will have to deal with the consequences directly. Just as they have no plan now, they seem to have no clue as to what would follow. What would they do? I hope we don't ever have to find out.

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