Wednesday, September 12, 2007

More Holes Are Needed

As Israeli jets flew their sorties over the ass end of Syria, the pilots spotted something:

Israel believes that North Korea has been supplying Syria and Iran with nuclear materials, a Washington defense official told the New York Times. “The Israelis think North Korea is selling to Iran and Syria what little they have left,” he said.

The official added that recent Israeli reconnaissance flights over Syria revealed possible nuclear installations that Israeli officials estimate might have been supplied with material from North Korea.

There's another hole in the ground we neglected to plant. That insane poofy-haired Pyongyangbanger can't keep his a-tomic toys anymore so he's turned into a Johnny Alpha Particle Seed spreading his poisonous nuclear garbage throughout Asia - Satan's Garage Sale for Islamo-fascist Moon god worshippers.

Meanwhile on Wednesday the Nazareth-based Israeli Arab newspaper The Assennara cited anonymous Israeli sources as saying that Israeli jets "bombed a Syrian-Iranian missile base in northern Syria that was financed by Iran... It appears that the base was completely destroyed."

There's a lot of holes that need to be planted in Iran too. Great, big, huge, gaping holes.

According to the Times, American officials confirmed Tuesday that Israeli jets launched an airstrike inside Syria. Sources said that Israel struck at least one target in northeastern Syria, but could not provide more details.

The most likely target was, according to some administration officials, weapon caches sent by Iran to Hizbullah through Syria. North Korea commented on the incident Tuesday, calling it a "dangerous provocation", Chinese News Agency Xinhua reported on Tuesday.

Over the past forty years, Syria has had to be periodically reminded that it is dangerous to provoke Israel. Now a new provocation is planned, a nuclear threat in addition to Iran.

I smell Chinese manipulation behind all this. South Korea won't lift its leg to take a leak in the bushes without China signing off on the damage to the shrubs. Keeping the Middle East in a state of uneasy flux distracts the US and diverts our attention from other areas. I'm wondering what those areas are. The Chinese are not our friends.

And a big, belated H/T to BC, The Imperial Grumbler Torturer

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