Hypocrisy can’t save Nasrallah
THE sun of the empire of terror built by Hassan Nasrallah and his ‘henchmen’ started to set when the street protests appeared on the horizon two years ago, as well as the ongoing ‘intifada’ in Syria where people are fighting to topple the regime in Damascus. The verdict, issued following the assassination of martyr Rafiq Hariri and his companions, revealed the truth about a man, who claims to spearhead the resistance movement (against Israel) and portrays himself and his supporters as the most honest people.
In plain language, Nasrallah is nothing but a hit man, who does not hesitate in committing the most heinous crime to serve his masters in Tehran and Damascus. Iran’s allies have become the ‘outcast’ in the eyes of the Arabs. Arabs no longer believe the Iranian claims that Tehran is spearheading the resistance and fight against the Jewish state.
On the contrary, the weapons, which should have been used against the Israeli enemy, are being used to kill the innocent Lebanese and to put down the revolt on the streets of Syria by killing the demonstrators, who have been fighting to regain their rights that were stolen from them in the name of a ‘grand showdown’ with Israel. The so-called showdown, to date, has failed to materialize. Israel has instead turned the Golan Heights into a tourist spot where the Israelis bask in safety and get good returns from investments, while Syria and Iran waste their wealth to fight their own people and support Hezbollah’s ‘adventures’. Nasrallah and his men are now looking for an escape route, because Tehran has bluntly said it can no longer support his party due to the ‘internal’ crises and attempts by Iran to save the regime of Bashar Al-Assad economically and politically.
Nasrallah and his men are suffering from financial problems because the noose around the drug-smuggling networks has been tightened and the money laundering activities in some Latin American countries, on which Hezbollah has been depending all along, are in shambles. The loud voices, which once worked for Nasrallah, have begun distancing themselves from him. Now he has to look for someone who will save his neck or probably opt for exile under disguise.