Thursday, August 7, 2014


From Robert Parry:

Though many of the neocon plans have not worked out as advertised -- the promised "cakewalk" in Iraq turned into a bloody slog -- the neocon strategy could still be labeled a success if the actual intent was to destabilize and weaken Middle Eastern countries that were perceived as threats to Israel.

Through that lens, it's not entirely bad that old sectarian hatreds have been revived, pitting Sunni against Shiite and ripping apart societies such as Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. In the end, the regional chaos has helped Prime Minister Netanyahu starve the Palestinians of the financial support that they once had, supposedly making them more susceptible to whatever demands the Israelis choose to make. And it has given Netanyahu a freer hand to engage in periodic slaughters of Gazan militants, a process that Israelis call "mowing the grass."

Here's the article:

Then there is that terrorist baby that had to be killed by the brave forces of the IDF:

That is another example of "mowing the grass" presumably.

Here's a bit more lawn trimming news:


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