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how to stop the flotilla peacefully

Reader comment on: What Really Happened on the Gaza 'Freedom Flotilla'

Submitted by Edgard DeBruycker (Japan), Jun 5, 2010 02:01

I think the simplest way is: first a shot before the bow of the ship. Then warn them to turn back or follow you to Ashod?port. If they don't comply ( if feasible) have your commando frogmen attach explosives to the rudder, or have a chopper blast a rocket at the rudder. Then tow them to to port, inspect and unload their cargo. Truck activist and their (s..t) goods to gaza and their beloved hamas. Have the rudder repaired(at the shippers cost?) and let the able seamen crew with their vesel depart to the port of orregin . ed

My previous idea about digging a ditch between egypt and gaza to stop the tunneling was not found feasably? G-d, YOU MUST LOVE TO DO IT THE HARD WAY.


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Jun 9, 2010 03:47

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Excellant explanation of this "flotilla" fiasco! [143 words]

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Jun 2, 2010 14:52

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