Borrowing from Epicurus:
If Hezbollah is willing, but not able, to defeat Israel, then Hezbollah is not as strong as it says.
If Hezbollah is able, but not willing, to defeat Israel, then Hezbollah is hypocritical and ill-intentioned.
If Hezbollah is both willing and able to defeat Israel, then what is it waiting for? Why is Israel still around?
If Hezbollah is neither able nor willing to defeat Israel, then it might as well close the shop and go home.
Unless, of course, if Hezbollah merely claims to want to defeat Israel, but deep down is using Israel as a pretext, as a lever to extract other political gains or engage in lucrative businesses around the world.
Hezbollah holds Lebanon, its people and its government hostage to some vague claims of futuristic victory. In the meantime, it maintains the lie that the Shiites of Lebanon are a dispossessed, disenfranchised, impoverished segment of Lebanese society. The Shiite community of Lebanon is sucking the blood of the Lebanese State in millions of ways: No utility bills, no tax payments, cover for a plethora of irregular and illegal activities, land stealing from other communities, illegal building of Shiite settlements on private or State-owned land, etc.... all supposedly to be tolerated by the other Lebanese constituents in compensation for the "impoverishment" of the Shiite community. If the Shiite community spent 10% of the billions it receives from the Iranian theocracy or spends defending the Syrian dictator, it could rehabilitate itself. In fact, just drive to Shiite areas and villages of the country: lavish villas, impeccable roads, 24-hour electricity, ostentatious displays of wealth and arrivism,.... The Shiites of Lebanon are Not محرومين dispossessed as they claim to be. They are rich from all the trade - legal and illegal - that their immigrant communities conduct in the US, Australia, Africa etc..
When Lebanese President Aoun, a Christian ally of Hezbollah, was asked yesterday by a reporter in the Emirates about whether he agrees to Hezbollah's fighting in Syria, Aoun hesitated a second but then said a vague qualified no. Yet, for the past 10 years, since he signed his memorandum of understanding with the Iranian militia, Aoun has continuously defended Hezbollah's armament, violation of Lebanese law, causing devastating conflicts with Israel, and its involvement in Syria. Time has come to reckon, Mr. Aoun.
WHERE DO YOU STAND REALLY, PRESIDENT AOUN?
WHY THE FENCE-SITTING?
WHY SPEAK FROM BOTH SIDES OF YOUR MOUTH?
HOW LONG CAN YOU CONTINUE TO FOOL THE LEBANESE PEOPLE WITH PROMISES YOU KNOW YOU CANNOT KEEP WITHOUT ULTIMATELY DRAGGING THE COUNTRY DOWN TO THE ABYSS OF WAR?
HOW DO YOU RECONCILE YOUR TALK OF A STRONG STATE WITH YOUR SUPPORT OF AN ILLEGAL, FOREIGN-AFFILIATED MILITIA MANY WESTERNERS AND ARABS CONSIDER A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION?
WHAT PROMISES HAVE YOU GIVEN THE SAUDIS AND THE GULF ARABS IN EXCHANGE FOR THEIR RESUMPTION OF NORMAL TIES WITH YOUR HEZBOLLAH-DOMINATED GOVERNMENT?