Rice Pudding in over her head

By Sinclere Lee

Washington (BNW) — Rice Pudding’s plan to stop the violence in Lebanon was doomed from the beginning because Stupid Bush put her in a no win situation. This fool sent that woman to seek peace while at the same time promoting war.

As a result, peace talks among world leaders in Rome on a plan for stopping the two-week-old conflict in Lebanon failed to reach agreements on an immediate cease-fire.

The meetings in Rome pitted the United States interest against European and Arab leaders, and resulted in calls for truce but little or no concrete action. What did Stupid Bush think would happen? Bush and the rest of these whites in this country think highly of Rice Pudding; in fact, they think she can walk on water.

Whites in this country think that Rice Pudding is their golden Black child; in fact, they think she can shit cookies and piss milk. In reality, the bitch is just as stupid as Bush, and now the whole world knows she can’t even wipe her ass without getting shit on her hands!

U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan called for the formation of an force to help the Lebanese government exert its control over southern Lebanon, and U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said the international community will be discussing the formation of that force in "the next few days."

She said such a force needs to be "strong and robust to bring about peace."

There were also agreements on humanitarian aid and reconstruction.

A statement read by Italian Foreign Minister Massimo D'Alema -- who co-chaired the talks with Rice -- said the conference had agreed to "immediately to reach with the utmost urgency a ceasefire that puts an end to the current violence and hostilities."

However, the United States has resisting demands for an immediate cease-fire, saying that a cessation of hostilities must be part of a wider plan to permanently disarm Lebanese Hezbollah militants, there was no crucial cease-fire deal.

Rice Pudding said she had been moved by an impassioned plea by Lebanon's Prime Minister Fouad Siniora to "stop the killing" but said the U.S. favors long-term efforts to end "spasms of violence" in the region.

Siniora, who said his country was being "cut to pieces" by the Israeli retaliation against Hezbollah, said he came to Rome hoping for a plan on reaching a cease-fire.

Siniora said "some progress" had been made and urged the international community to press forward on actions that would end the Israeli military campaign and leave his government in control of the entire country, including the south, which is now controlled by Hezbollah.

Tensions were raised during the discussions — involving United States, the United Nations, European Union countries, Arab states such as Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia as well as Canada, Russia, Cyprus and Turkey — by the deaths of four U.N. military observers in an Israeli attack on a U.N. outpost.

The international community has condemned the incident, claimed as a mistake by Israel, with Annan describing it as "apparently deliberate."

With the violence still ongoing, participants said they agreed to continue discussions, but CNN's John King said there was a sense among European and Arab leaders that the United States was buying time for Israel in its offensive against Hezbollah.

One source involved in the talks said everyone but the United States wanted to press ahead with an immediate cease-fire, but Rice argued that taking that approach would leave Hezbollah in place and still armed with its rockets.

In addition, Rice Pudding expressed concern over what she said was Iran and Syria's involvement in the conflict, while Annan said that future dialogue should involved Tehran and Damascus.

A senior U.N. diplomat described the mood in the talks as somber. He said everyone but the United States wanted cessation of fighting to make room for more negotiations and humanitarian aid.

"This wouldn't require much contact between parties, and you can build on this for a political dialogue, but the United States wants formal cease-fire as part of a comprehensive deal, return of soldiers, etc.," the source said.

There was agreement on humanitarian and reconstruction packages, but those can't be implemented with the fighting continuing.

Rice's failure in Rome came after visits to Lebanon, Israel and the Palestinian territories, carrying the outline of a proposal calling for a plan that would extend the Lebanese government's control over southern Lebanon.

The plan included up to two international military forces with the charge of ending the fighting and keeping the peace.

The U.S. deal would include a prisoner swap, a withdrawal of the Israeli army now in southern Lebanon, and transfer of the disputed Shebaa Farms area to Lebanon.

Siniora called on Israel to return the Shebaa Farms area to Lebanon and to provide a map of mine fields planted in southern Lebanon by Israel.

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