Israel Faces Chemical Islam — The Screenplay

Director Cecil B. DeMille and Film Crew

Wide Angle Shots: American liberal-progressives move to disarm law-abiding American citizens. Barack Obama’s vision of a degraded American military gains traction among the elites. America supports the Muslim Brotherhood, a proudly Jew-hating, America-hating, genocidal-yearning gang of Islamic theocrat fascists.

Intertitle: Somebody has to take the lead in the fight against the rising tide of Islamism.

Medium Shots: French troops in Mali battle Salafists who leave a trail of murder, rape and fire. America retreats from Iraq, Afghanistan. The American Consulate in Benghazi burns. Four dead Americans in the ruins.

Close-Up: Chemical weapons ready for delivery.

Medium Shot: Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton on state-run television, gleefully congratulating themselves on the absolute genius of their foreign policy over the past four years.

Montage: Egypt: burning. Libya: burning. Tunisia: burning. Syria: mass executions. Jordan: on the brink of civil war. Iran: centrifuges spinning.

Close-Up: Israeli jets blast off with a huge ROAR!


Perfect silence for a long moment as a long lens focuses on a convoy of trucks coming straight towards the CAMERA. Heat waves rise from the ground. And then…

A huge BLAST.

The convoy is incinerated.

Directly overhead, vapor trails loop in the blue sky.


Barack Obama tees up, swings. Smiles. Life is good.


Benjamin Netanyahu looks at a framed picture of his brother Yoni that sits prominently on his desk. Bibi nods his head just once, but with perfect certainty. Life is dangerous.


Israeli warplanes attacked a target on the Lebanese-Syrian border overnight Tuesday, foreign media reported on Wednesday. While some reports said the purported strike was carried out on the Syrian side of the border, according to one source the target was a weapons convoy that had crossed from Syria into Lebanon.

The reports come amid rising concern in Israel and the West regarding the sizable chemical weapons stockpile in the hands of an increasingly embattled Syrian regime.

Lebanese officials said a dozen Israeli warplanes violated Lebanese airspace on Tuesday and overnight into Wednesday, flying close to the ground in several sorties over southern Lebanon.

The Israeli military and the Prime Minister’s Office had no comment.

A Lebanese army statement said the last of the sorties was at 2 a.m. Wednesday. It said four warplanes, which flew in over the southernmost coastal town of Naqoura, flew for several hours over villages in south Lebanon before leaving Lebanese airspace.

The Lebanese army said similar flights by eight other warplanes were conducted Tuesday, but added that it had no knowledge of an airstrike.

Reuters cited an unnamed Western diplomat and anonymous security source saying the planes had attacked a target near the Lebanese border with Syria.

“There was definitely a hit in the border area,” the source told the news agency.

The target of the attack was a weapons convoy, the French agency AFP reported, citing an unnamed security source.

Israel has been deeply concerned that chemical weapons from Syria could make its way into the hands of the south-Lebanon-based Hezbollah terror group due to the chaos of the Syrian civil war, and has said on several occasions that the transfer of chemical weapons to non-state actors, especially Hezbollah, would be a casus belli.

Full story at The Times of Israel.

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  1. sennacherib
    Posted January 31, 2013 at 6:17 am | Permalink

    Yes the opening credits are definitely over. As they rearrange the chairs on the titanic (Washington) the hounds of war crouch for employment. Israelis, good hunting, strike hard, and strike true.
    Robert, the guy sitting in the picture has to be Tim Conways’ father.

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  2. Brianna
    Posted January 31, 2013 at 5:57 am | Permalink

    In a way, I envy the Israelis.  Their lives may be dangerous, but at least the fact that they live on the edge existentially keeps their society from going as completely suicidal as other Western societies (both our own and the Europeans) have become.

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  3. Posted January 30, 2013 at 10:30 pm | Permalink

    Ah, but what of the sequel? Produced by John Kerry of course.

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  4. Johnny
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 5:37 pm | Permalink

    It’s a good thing those running Egypt, Syria, Iran, Jordan, Libya, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and  Iraq are members of the religion of peace and not those mean anti-Semite Christian evangelicals.  

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  5. Barry
    Posted January 30, 2013 at 2:51 pm | Permalink

    This is way to rough.

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  6. Posted January 30, 2013 at 12:40 pm | Permalink

    I love how you frame a serious story of the day as a screenplay. I particularly love the framing of Obama vs. Bibi. Obama is a classic Alinsky liberal. Bibi is a classic Israeli conservative. Obama has spent a career getting things from other people — namely “The Chicago Machine”.  Bibi has toiled and labored through war and personal loss. Obama is on the golf course playing another game — life is good. Bibi is remembering the personal sacrifice his family has made. He is on duty, always. Life is dangerous. Indeed.

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