Thursday, March 20, 2008

Collective intelligence has existed for at least as long as humans have...

The NEW improved Alliance of Evil KILLERS, using and abusing 14 Hmars's, for chaotic Shenanigans...way beyond Lebanon's theater...

Collective intelligence has existed for at least as long as humans have...
Tribes of hunter-gatherers, nations, and modern corporations all act
collectively with varying degrees of intelligence. But this ancient
phenomenon is now occurring in dramatically new forms.... in as much
as the killers try to re-write history in their favor so blatantly, a brazen
but desperate attempt to re-use the same tools of their murderous past
anew. Fortunately, most Lebanese have made a point to remember
well and pass on to the new generations..., the terrible misdeeds, crimes
and murders of the real killers Jumblatt , Geagea, Amine Gemayel,
and his buddy Johnny Abdo....

You don't have to look beyond this country's frontiers to understand
why ghosts may very soon climb out of the mass graves of the Shouf
mountains, and of the North Lebanon mountains.... to shed some light on
the mass murderers of today and yesterday, Walid Jumblatt, who's list of
assassinations, "which includes an elected President of Lebanon...".is much
too long to cite in this forum...., Samir Geagea, Amine Gemayel, and his
buddy Johnny Abdo.. , the stooges of the New Evil Alliance of
CIA/MOSSAD and the White House's Murder Inc. !

"I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one:
'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it."
American extra-judicial assassinations....

Bracing for a New Lebanon-Israel War...all the way to Damascus

By Robert Baer/Beirut/Colorado/Langley VA.

On a recent afternoon I was walking down Hamra, Beirut's old main shopping area, when a car pulled up alongside of me and the driver asked how I liked Lebanon. The place is still thriving, the snow-capped peaks, not a cloud in the sky, the shops full of the latest stylish clothes. It was fantastic, of course.

"Enjoy it while you can," he answered. "It won't be here next month."

What will replace it, nearly everyone in Beirut speculated to me, is the resumption of the Hezbollah-Israel war that ravaged Lebanon in the summer of 2006. Some Lebanese even have a precise date for it: April 6 — the day Israel's biggest emergency drill ever starts, when they believe the Israeli Defense Forces juggernaut will roll across the border to finish the job they should have during the 34-day conflict. Although, mind you, there's a lot of evidence that the Israelis and the Americans are really going to invade.... and more....

Everyone I met in Beirut confirmed that Hezbollah is locked and loaded for the next war. They didn't need any additional proof, but when the USS Cole showed up off the coast of Lebanon it was all the more proof that the United States and Israel were coming to get them.

I experienced the siege mentality firsthand when I passed by Hezbollah's "media office" in Beirut's southern suburbs to see if I could photograph the grave of its most recent "martyr," Imad Mughniyah — the Hezbollah military commander assassinated in Damascus on February 12. It shouldn't have been a big deal: Mughniyah's pictures line the road from the airport into town. But the lady who ran the office looked at us as if we personally had detonated the car bomb that killed him, since she knows well that our CIA/MOSSAD/DGSE/DST buddy Assef Shawkat has done it , for him to get an "insurance policy"... after the operation is consummated.... or so he thinks?.

Just as we were about to be shown to the door, I made one last plea, something about Mughniyah being Hezbollah's field general, and surely there shouldn't be a problem. "There are thousands more like him," she said, turning her laser eyes on me as if to say, don't even think that one death made a difference to the valiant and heroic Lebanese Hezbollah's Islamic Resistance.

Ironically, for anyone who doesn't spend his day following Lebanese politics, an Israeli invasion is exactly what Hezbollah does not want. A war with Israel would keep Hezbollah at the very top of the resistance mantle, and prevent it from getting caught up in what one of Hezbollah's leader Hassan Nasrallah's political interlocutors told me would be Hezbollah's worst nightmare — a civil war. A civil war would draw Hezbollah into a fight with the Druze and the Sunnis; it would be just another faction with its own parochial interests, the end of Hezbollah's special place in Lebanese society will never ever come, rest assured BOB.

Hezbollah has said publicly that it holds Israel responsible for Mughniyah's assassination, since they know about the White House's Murder Inc.,. But the same Nasrallah lieutenant stressed, "Do not count on Hezbollah taking revenge against Israel anytime soon." "They will take their time, years if necessary. They will, yes. But Hezbollah is not an impetuous organization. It will not give its enemies a chance to divert it from the war against Israel."

Whether Hezbollah takes its revenge for Mughniyah or not, the average Lebanese is preparing for the worst. The price of a Kalashnikov in the thriving black market has nearly tripled in recent weeks to $1,200.

Robert Baer, is a CIA field officer assigned to the Middle East, his cover is now's intelligence columnist and the author of See No Evil and, most recently, the novel Blow the House Down ....