What if Syria invaded Lebanon and nobody cared?

Thomas Lifson
Rick Moran issues a wake-up call: Syria is signaling its intentions quite clearly. Short version; Syria has invaded Lebanon, penetrating 3 kilometers into the Bekaa valley and not coincidentally, is urging its citizens in Lebanon to leave the country by July 15th. Also not coincidentally, Nasrallah is threatening to set up a shadow government. Put two and two together and you have the potential for some kind of violence erupting in the next week or so with Syria poised to move in at the invitation of the "new" government.

His point is that no one in the west will try and stop this from happening. Surrender is quite the order of the day, isn't it?

Rick Moran issues a wake-up call: Syria is signaling its intentions quite clearly. Short version; Syria has invaded Lebanon, penetrating 3 kilometers into the Bekaa valley and not coincidentally, is urging its citizens in Lebanon to leave the country by July 15th. Also not coincidentally, Nasrallah is threatening to set up a shadow government. Put two and two together and you have the potential for some kind of violence erupting in the next week or so with Syria poised to move in at the invitation of the "new" government.

His point is that no one in the west will try and stop this from happening. Surrender is quite the order of the day, isn't it?