Kana - Old Ploy Replayed Dr. Michael L. Ford 5 August 2006 When I first watched the television media, unfolding the supposed “massacre” of 57 civilians, including women and children last Sunday, old images became alive again in my mind. On a Sunday in July of 1988, the USS Vincennes shot down Iran Air Flight 655. It was the description of the bodies recovered in that event that was the primary motivation for me writing an article questioning whether the passengers had even been alive when the missile struck the aircraft. There were other inconsistencies as well, such as why the aircraft was off course and not sending out proper identification signals? But the first thing that started me questioning was the descriptions of the bodies. You see, dead flesh reacts differently to trauma than does living flesh. Here in Kana, it again appeared something was wrong with the bodies. One of the things we have repeatedly seen during this long war on terrorism is that our Islamic adversaries believe Mohammed’s axiom, “War is deceit.” They practice a lot of that. I have watched supposed funerals put on for propaganda purposes with interest. Once a dead Moslem “victim” was accidentally dumped from his carrier. The much-mourned “martyr of Allah” upon striking the ground miraculously regained life long enough to climb back on his funerary litter. This is not a Holy Land joke, but the point is you learn to watch the bodies. The bodies I was seeing coming out from this last Kana event looked to me to have been dead quite some time, longer than the time frame we were being given by the Hezbollah dominated media. But before I could make a firm decision about whether we were being conned about what happened or not, I would need more information. One piece of circumstantial evidence that would increase my suspicion of the current situation was past history, what most people forget too quickly. You see, ten years ago in 1996, something happened once before in Kana. Because of a supposed errant round Israel’s operation “Grapes of Wrath” assault on terror bases had a premature stoppage. Then an errant shell was supposed to have struck a civilian compound killing a hundred civilians. That is the kind of similar symbolic event Middle Easterners love. That not one piece of Israeli ordnance is supposed to have hit the building might be significant except for the fact near explosions could conceivably kill by its effect on the lungs of the victims. But it would scarcely appear that the people in the basement died in their sleep, which brings us to question why would the buildings walls collapse 7 to 8 hours after the bombing had stopped? Hezbollah has been trying to make the world think Lebanon’s citizens cannot get out of harms way. The only problem is the people who died were not from Kana. How they got there we do not know, especially when it appears some of them had already died once before and been paraded around in Tyre so CNN could once again be an Islamic lackey. Some people with graveyard humor might be inclined to joke about Holy Land resurrections but these dead never came back to life and transported themselves to Kana. So how did they get there? The professional news media find it impossible to do investigative reporting. So much of the evidence concerning the “fake massacre” at Kana has been developed by intelligent bloggers. For instance the blog “EU Referendum” exposed many of the irregularities in the so-called “rescue operation” with their analysis of the photographs taken by ‘real journalists” at Kana. The mainstream media could not even identify the “professional baby displayer” among the “rescuers” who did similar work for them elsewhere. The mass media reporters might not have been able to recognize him because all Hezbollah terrorists look alike to them, or it could have been exposing him would detract from them being useful idiots. In this short commentary on Kana I have not exposed all the reasons for deciding that this whole tragedy is nothing more than a Hezbolla orchestrated event. But if you now doubt these victims actually died in Kana you must ask yourself another question. Whose victims were the dead at Kana really? Were they the victims of a people who will risk failing to defend themselves to spare the lives of people who curse them? Or, were they the victims of people who applauded the Beslan or Maalot genocides, who think all Jews (and Americans) should die?
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