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Sunday, November 12, 2006
Olmert is back to capitulating. He announced today:
"You can read my lips: 'I'm ready for territorial compromises‚ and I haven't changed my mind," Olmert said in an interview with Newsweek-Washington Post.
In the interview, Olmert breathed new life into the realignment plan, which would see Israel retain highly populated settlement blocs within Judea and Samaria and relinquish isolated areas. Until now, analysts had assumed that Olmert had dropped the plan.

Not this analyst.

And why wouldn't he restart his realignment plan?

He now has Lieberman in his pocket, shoring up his coalition against any chance of collapse.

He even hinted he would give away the Golan to Assad.

The Left can never learn from (even recent) history, and those that are in it for the power don’t want to learn.

Same difference.


Anonymous said...

While I'm not saying that Olmert is good for Israel, the first comment of choice of bullet or ballot - what kind of choice is that? Would you also shoot people like flies when they "completely" disagree with you? I sure hope you don't own a gun.

JoeSettler said...

We don't advocate murder or assasination of (evil) Jews on this website without the authority of the Sanhedrin (who then have to do it themselves).

bar_kochba132 said...

You are right, Olmert and the rest of the post-Zionist gang have not given up their dream of destroying YESHA and the national religious camp. However, the key to survival LIES IN OUR HANDS. Amona was, I hope a turning point, reinforced by the victory the Haredim won in getting the "parade" cancelled. We have to understand, the post-Zionist regime is leading the country to the abyss. Just as so many fine young men from the national religious camp are willing to fight in good units in the army, they must be willing to struggle to save the yishuvim in YESHA, because saving them means SAVING THE JEWISH STATE. It is time for us to beging thinking for ourselves and not be misled like we were during the Gush Katif tragedy (e.g. "we can't block roads, it will make people angry with us", "nothing is more important than unity of the people"-translated-"we must do what the regime says even if it is immoral"-translated again-"I was just following orders"). It doesn't matter if the new political climate in Washington is "less friendly" to Israel, WHAT MATTERS IS WHAT WE DO HERE. PERIOD.

JoeSettler said...

And now we'll see what the Supreme Court does in the way of Reform and Conservative conversions to their religion.

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