In Parallel Worlds…18
knicq posted in Knicqisms on July 26th, 2006
Best Case Scenario:
July 12, 2006. Israel attacks Lebanon. Within hours, the UN issues an immediate statement condemning the aggression, and the Western powers prevail over Israel to pull back their troops, and to compensate Lebanon and the Lebanese for all damages. The West’s quick action wins them important support in the Islamic world, and helps wash away much resentment caused due to the mess US and its allies (also called Blairiites) have created in other parts of the Islamic world. Relations improve, and war on terror becomes a redundant slogan.
Good case Scenario:
July 12, 2006. Israel attacks Lebanon. The West blames Hezbollah, and gives Israel an approving nod to carry out its “measured” operation where civilians targets are bombed indiscriminately. The UN stands by. The OIC convenes within 48 hours, takes strong note of the situation, and issues the following statement:
” Israel has committed an act of aggression and forced war on Lebanon. We are greatly disappointed by the implicit approval Israel seems to enjoy from our allies in the West in committing this dastardly act. It has been 48 hours, and no steps have been taken to stop Israel by the world community. We have no option but to step forward in support of our Lebanese brethren ourselves. Lebanon is an Islamic country and an attack on any Islamic country is deemed to be an attack on the Islamic World, therefore, as of this moment, we give Israel 6 hours to pull out of Lebanon, and to come out with their plan to evacuate the occupied territories; failing which Israel will face the full wrath of the military power of the OIC members. We request the UN and the rest of the World to continue to stay out of this matter just as they have refrained from interfering so far. Any interference, other than to persuade Israel to comply with this deadline, will be considered an act of aggravation, and will leave the interfering party open to such penalties as deemed necessary by the OIC.”
Israel waits for an hour for the Western world to provide its customary shield, but realizing its not coming, and being aware of the Islamic forces preparations to strike Israel, pulls out in two hours leaving much equipment behind in Lebanon.
Bad Case Scenario:
Israel does not pull out, and the Western powers assure it of explicit support. Six hours later, OIC moves in just as the Western powers come to Israel’s rescue. Armageddon follows.
Worst Case Scenario:
July 12, 2006. Israel attacks Lebanon. For the latest on this scenario, read the newspapers…