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Submitted by Paul la Demain (United States), Nov 1, 2011 14:42

We believe the most dangerous traps against the State of israel were set by Shimon Peres, Rabin, Ehud Barak and this claque of men beset with what we call "the countrarian's curse." To a man (and woman) these carefully culled club members deliberately ignored the San Remo Resolution that established the boundaries of the Jewish Homeland last century. Instead, these self-indulgent pols stroke their ignorant egos by engaging in sweaty bargaining sessions with Israel's tormenters reopening matters that were conclusively resolved ninety years ago. There is no excuse for such idiocy. So the pols dig in and pretend they are cunning negotiators. Trust us. they say. We know what you cannot know, they say. All Hubris. Deadly hubris on the part of Shimon Peres: the best friend an arab insurgent ever had; Olmert-the-exhausted-oy-veyer; Sharon-the-sick. Result: The sheep of Israel suck their thumbs and cry for freedom from their resident harriers. Where in Israel are the men with steel spines and unwavering loyalty to the land of Israel? Where are the men who are not ashamed of patriotism and love of their own country? Too busy showering their Jewish Wonderfulness on their Muslim antagonists? Unfortunately, the men of steel are seemingly to be found only in the arab camp of Israel's would-be conquerors.


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