February 27, 2004

Frost Hits the Rhubarb

Fences make good neighbours

That the Israelis and the Palestinians will will ever be good neighbours is highly problematic, but at least the wall will lessen the violence. The real concern of the Palestinians should be when the Israeli decide that no Palestinian will ever work again in their country. They are already working in that direction. It didn't miss my notice that one of the suicide attacks targetted the foriegn worker's area. Considering that the aid money that flows from the mis-guided European countries--the Holocaust wasn't sufficiently successful, I guess--is funneled into private bank accounts of top PLO officials, the average Palestinian has lots to worry about. They cannot voice their fears however, as the murderous Hamas and Al-aqsa elements would assassinate them as "traitors". Unless the average Palestinian is as nihilistic as the Muslim fanatic faction, there will come a time when getting bread on the table will surpass the desire to wipe the Jews off the map. Meanwhile, if the security wall stops any of the barbarous attacks on ordinary Israelis, then it is an investment that is necessary.

It would be interesting to see what the UN gang of anti-democratic thug states would say if the Israelis retaliated with bomb attacks on Palesinian cafes and buses in the West Bank. But of course we know the answer to that one, don't we? Just not kosher.

Bud -- Who really does believe that the Jews control Hollywood and The New York Times. Still, that is not an excuse for the anti-Semitic attitudes that are spreading throughout the world. Can't we support the only democracy in the Middle East?

PS: I suppose Palestinians bombing Jews would be considered halaal by the usual suspects at the UN.


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