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Yesterday And Tomorrow

There have been a couple of recent and interesting developments. Hezbollah has been infiltrated by CIA and Russia activates its missile warning system. If Hezbollah is yesterday, and they soon will be, then Russia and Putin are tomorrow. Enjoy today.





Let’s hand it to the CIA

They got from State some guys who’re gay

To infiltrate the Hezbollah

And pretty soon it was voila!

The Hezbollah guys were in love

With every little turtle dove

The CIA could find to send

To Lebanon to find a friend

Who’d spill the beans while snug in bed

It worked so well they’re now all wed

The Hezbollah are husbands now

They each have one sweet bearded frau

And CIA pays child support

For every new arrived report

Yes Hezbollah no longer kills

And does whatever Allah wills

For wifey has them by the shorts

And though he squeals and cries and snorts

Their days are done, we knew they were

When they preferred a him to her

So raise a toast to CIA

With State they rose to save the day

By sending guys they knew who would

Do quite a job by smelling good




Putin huffs that he won’t yield

He’ll activate the missile shield

He claims our guns are aimed at him

But he must think we’re really dim

The Russian liberty’s a fraud

They’re out to take the near abroad

Return it to its former state

As vassals to the late and great

Old Soviet of Stalin’s time

Where guys like Putin learned to climb

The ladder over fallen guys

Who stumbled in Beria’s eyes

And vanished in the northern snows

And disappeared where goodness knows

Yes Putin has his missile shield

And yes we know he will not yield

And from my lonely point of view

It looks like we’re in Cold War 2


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Staying Alive

Walid Jumblatt, leader of the Druse in Lebanon, has switched sides, and now supports Hezbollah and Syria, notwithstanding the Syrians murdered his father, and notwithstanding he has been fighting Syria and Hezbollah ever since. Some in the West have accused him of cowardice and worse, but Jumblatt knows which way the wind is blowing in Lebanon, where the United States of Barack Obama has abandoned the people who want democracy and consigned them to the tender mercies of Syria. Jumblatt just wants to stay alive.



Just staying alive

I’m breathing still

I see the sun

I climb the hill

I do what’s right

For me and kin

I pick the side

That looks to win

I disavow

The Munich curse

I had a choice

But which was worse

To get behind

The strongest horse

Or fight and die

Without remorse

I chose to live

I’ve paid my way

And live to fight

Another day


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The Seeders Of Lebanon

Lebanon is careening toward civil war again, this time between muslim factions, Iranian backed Hezbollah and a Syrian backed militia called Al-Abash. Street fighting is taking place as Syria attempts to regain control of Lebanon, taken over by Iran and Hezbollah a few years ago. But there is more at stake here than Lebanon. Syria is showing it is back in the game, and is the Sunni regional power that all other Sunni states in the region can rally around as Iran flexes its muscles. With the Obama administration committed to surrender, the region is trembling, waiting for the match to light the fuse. The seeds of war have been sown, and will very soon be reaped.



In Lebanon street battles rage

As Hezbollah exits the stage

And Syria resumes control

And Sunni gangs now do patrol

The very streets the Shiites thought

Were theirs and so they were distraught

To find themselves again at war

With Sunnis who would like the score

To be reversed to favor them

But who will rule that little gem?

The seeds of war are sprouting fast

The wakeful know the die is cast



Don’t Call Me, I’ll Call You

The German magazine Der Spiegel has revealed that the International Tribunal looking into the assassination of Lebanon Prime Minister Rafik Hariri in 2005 has received information from an unnamed source that connects a cell phone used in the assassination to a man named Abd-al-Majid Ghamlush, a member of Hezbollah, and thus to Syria. All cell phones used in the attack were destroyed immediately after the assassination, but Ghamlush made the mistake of calling his girlfriend before destroying his, and he has as a consequence mysteriously disappeared.



Tribunal International knows

But somehow cannot find

The evidence that daily grows

(Perhaps they do not mind)

That some who live in Syria

With Hezbollahan pals

Did something, (I won’t weary ya

With relevant detals)

That kinda sorta looks a lot

Like murder cruel and foul

But uncrossed t’s and i’s sans dot

Prevent them acting now

But Spiegel now has spilled the beans

On one Majid Ghamlush

Whose cell phone call was just the means

To make him sort of shush

For he has disappeared I fear

From his home town of Rumin

And we shall never ever hear

From him I am assumin’

In Syria they smile and say

We don’t know naught what happen

We weren’t there that awful day

In fact we were home nappin’

Meanwhile the boss Assad sits tight

(He loved Rafik Hariri)

And says these killings are not right

And questions make him weary