On appeasement: It is quite simple. Feeding wild animals does not make them friendly, it makes them stronger. Howard Newman

למדינה פלסטינית מפורזת, לעולם לא יסכימו הפלסטינים, למדינה פלסטינית מזויינת, לעולם לא תסכים ישראל!  אהוד בן עזר

There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn't true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true - Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard 1813-1855








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THE SMOTRICH PLAN - A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION, BUT...
MARTIN SHERMAN

“I am not talking here about cruel expulsion or the flooding of countries with penniless refugees. The emigration we are talking about is planned, willing, and based on a desire for a better life, by people with appropriate skills for their new country of absorption and the economic ability to make the change. This is not migration on rickety boats, but the very modern phenomenon of organized relocation to countries which provide an opportunity for a better future.” — 

MK Bezalel Smotrich, deputy speaker of the Knesset, “Israel’s Decisive Plan,” Sept. 7, 2017.


SORRY TO TELL YOU, BUT....
MORDECHAI KEDAR

PASSOVER, this centuries old amazing celebration of freedom and renewal, must include in it REAL FREEDOM, freedom from the delusions of Middle East peace.

Here is an article to remind us just that from the inimitable Dr. Mordechai Kedar. Please read the entire article, replete with historical facts, then ponder whether the delusion of peace did not grip you as well.

Happy Passover to all of you, Jews and non-Jews alike.

Yuval.

Exerpt:

"The peace movements turned Israel's image into that of a weak and soft defeatist country, the exact opposite of the kind of country that achieves peace in the Middle East. In the violent and radical region where Israel is trying to survive, anyone considered weak gets kicked, you know exactly where, and is sent to hell in the best case, or butchered and beheaded as a matter of course.

In the Middle East, peace means that your enemies leave you alone because you are too strong, threatening and dangerous to start up with. In the Middle East only the unvanquished obtain peace.

Anyone who does not accept these facts, who is not ready for "blood, sweat and tears," he who impatiently demands "Peace Now" does not belong in the Middle East. Here, we have room only for the brave, the strong, the steadfast and those who believe in the justice of their cause. Anyone who lacks those traits can find a suitable home somewhere else, where life is peaceful, quiet, prosperous and blooming. May we suggest Paris, Brussels, Madrid, Boston or San Bernardino….

Kosher and happy Passover wishes to all the Children of Israel!"


THE FUNDAMENTAL BREACH OF THE OSLO ACCORDS BY THE PA
Amb. ALAN BAKER

The peace negotiation process as set out in the Oslo Accords was intended to lead to peace between Israel and the Palestinian People and mutual recognition of each other’s "mutual legitimate and political rights" (Preamble, Oslo I and Oslo II)


ABBAS AND THE RABIN LEGACY
RUTHIE BLUM

Unlike then-Foreign Minister Shimon Peres, Rabin's longtime nemesis, Rabin was not so much a peacenik as a leader who had been beaten down by the beautiful people and international pressure. His response was to drink the Kool-Aid and go for the Nobel Prize. The only thing that must have put a damper on his pact with the devil was to have to share this Holy Grail with Peres and Arafat, to whom he also had an aversion.

Rather than acknowledging that Netanyahu has served more terms as prime minister than any other Israeli politician precisely because the electorate keeps being mugged by the reality that no Palestinian leader will accept the Jewish state, the peace camp directs its vitriol at Israeli realists.

Instead of waking up to the fact that Rabin was wrong -- and that the repercussions of the Oslo process continue to drip blood -- they hold on to his "legacy" for dear life. When fewer people turn up at rallies on his behalf, the Left says that Amir not only killed Rabin but also slaughtered the "peace process," and that the Right has prevailed.

Funny how they never fault the actual killers of the possibility for peace.


Two Decades of Oslo’s Failure
Sarah Stern

Abandoning existing assumptions is no easy matter. Students of world politics, like politicians, are prisoners of their paradigms, unwilling or unable to escape the premise… and are constantly tempted to cling to familiar assumptions.

James N. Rosneau, Politics and Turbulence





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