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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Rip van Kerry

Caroline Glick writes that in order to accept US Secretary of State John FN Kerry's 'security plan,' one would have to have been asleep for the last 20 years.
We will consider the strategic wisdom of his plans for defending Israel from threats east of the Jordan River presently. But first we need to ask whether a threat from across the border would really be the only significant threat that Israel would face after surrendering Judea, Samaria and much of Jerusalem to the PLO.

The answer to this question is obvious to every Israeli who has been awake for the past 20 years, since Israel started down the “land for peace” road with the PLO.

The greatest threat Israel will face in an era of “peace” with the Palestinians will not come from east of the Jordan. It will come from west of the Jordan – from the Jew-free Palestinian state.

The Palestinians don’t give us peace for land. They give us war for land. Whether they support the PLO, Hamas or anything in between, the Palestinians have used every centimeter of land that Israel has given them as launching bases for terrorist and political attacks against Israel.

There is no peace camp in Palestinian society. There are only terrorist organizations that compete for power and turf. And to the extent there are moderates in Palestinian society, they are empowered when Israel is in control, and weakened when Israel transfers power to the PLO.
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At 6:31 PM, Blogger Sunlight said...

And... in order to keep accepting Green or Big Data $lu$h from the old hippie New Left Gaia Marcuse Communists (it may have been cute when they were young, but now it is deatheating), one would have had to have been asleep for the last century. Requesting that people like Caroline address the $$BBBillions of non-military "investment" (i.e., $lu$h = hugely out of all historical proportion Govt $$ poured to the favored for incompetent or over-valued non-defense technologies, resulting in destruction of free markets picking winners and losers, and warping political choices by people who should know better and should protect the propects of the poor).


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