I'm from South America and remember quite well the massive inmigration in the early Eighties following Israel's invasion of Lebanon. Most of those poor guys had difficulties learning Spanish and became specialised in ambulant shoe repair & scissors & knifes sharpening. Now, as the South American I am, where I do not really see the author's point is in why to make all such a fuss about Hezbollah when, on the other hand, the CIA and other agencies (including from European countries) have traditionally had very large & clandestine stations in all of our countries and influenced our different countries at large (for instance, with the active financial, material & logistic backing of military coups & paramilitary groups, a.k.a. Death Squads). Is it a matter of double-standards? Surely. Apart from the two sickening bombings in Buenos Aires (and it is still debatable whether it was indeed the Hezbollah or some false-flag operation), Hezbollah is looking for money & weapons in our countries, but does not interfere with our countries, it is too busy minding its own business in Lebanon. Western agencies have been actively manipulating our countries, ever since independence days. If we are stupid and wish to make friends with international pariahs like Hezbollah, North Korea, you name it... well, that's our perfect right! No mistakes, no learning!
In your eyes, Hezbollah is the bad guy. Fine. Me too I loathe their terrorist attacks. The difference is that I do not point to just one terrorist group. If I am to be taken seriously, then I have to point to all of them. That's when the US State Dept. and all the other Western agencies come in. You may disguise in sheep, but we can still smell the wolf. I can only hope you don't take me to Guantanamo for disagreeeing with you!
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