August 01, 2006

Aug. 1, 2006: Hezbollywood!

Lights, camera, Hezbollywood!
By Michelle Malkin, July 31, 2006 via newsbeat1
michellemalkin.com/archives/005640.htm

If I seemed annoyed tonight on The O'Reilly Factor when Mr. O. said it doesn't matter what really happened at Qana, well, yes, I was annoyed.

The truth matters.

Thank God for persistent bloggers and non-dhimmis digging and scrutinizing and asking questions the blinded, blase MSM won't care to ask. [....]

Viewers can judge for themselves. But the accumulating evidence suggests another explanation for what happened at Kana [Qana]. The scenario would be a setup ... "plant" bodies killed in previous fighting ... a temporary morgue ... engineer a "controlled demolition" to fake another Israeli attack. [....]


A must read ... with details ... details.

I thought of that explanation too when I wrote yesterday: "I'm just guessing but ... considering the level of truth in the Muslim Middle East, would it be too far afield to suggest that it would have been to Hezbollah's advantage to bomb and then blame Israel? Certainly, the MSM would always be happy to pick up on the story and disseminate it." There are better explanations today but along the same line, which present evidence. Take the following:


Related photos and note the text explanation: "People are missing things" -- in the photos, Jack's Newswatch, July 31, 06 -- from this source There are other links, as well.

www.jacksnewswatch.com/2006/07/31/
web.israelinsider.com/Articles/Diplomacy/8997.htm

Maybe the mainstream media should do their journalistic job and investigate further. Does anyone really think that will happen ... in Canada where the television reports (that I have heard, anyway) are beating the dead horse of Israeli attacks upon the UN and "innocent civilians". The MSM do not want any other story.


For more on the situation in the Middle East, check Jack's Newswatch and Newsbeat1 for a start. There are many links to more information.

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