Friday, September 21, 2007

Suuuure, They Want Peace

We are trying it again, trying to orchestrate a "peace" agreement between Israel and the palewhinians.
Jerusalem ( - While the current U.S.-sponsored push for Israel-Palestinian peace may be noble, it is not likely to succeed, analysts here and in the U.S. are saying.

Here we go again, trying to get oil and water to mix. And weren't the Oslo Accords the final answer to "peace"? The were suppose to be, but someone forgot to tell the palewhinians that they were suppose to quit trying to annihilate Israel when they were given land.

The worse part about this current attempt at peace is, Israel has a cowardly appeaser at the helm, and he would give away everything to obtain that pie-in-the-sky utopian peace.
Olmert told his Kadima party Thursday that the Palestinians now have a "moderate leadership" that wants peace with Israel. "For years people were content to say 'there is no partner.' Now all the signs indicate that we have a partner."

Moderate partner, my ass, if he believes that, then I have some fine land in West Texas to sell him!

And as for the palewhinians, it is all about overtaking more of Israel.
Abbas said the P.A. was serious about reaching a framework agreement on final status issues, including borders, Jerusalem, Palestinian refugees, Israeli settlements and water. Since the 1993 Oslo Accords began the Israeli-Palestinian negotiation process, it is these issues that analysts agree remain the biggest hurdles to a settlement to end the long running conflict.

Once they get part of Jerusalem and the West Bank, what guarantees are there that they will finally lay down their arms and quit trying to push the Jews into the Med?


Israelis are tired of fighting this war with palestine, and I don't blame them, but giving the palewhinians what they want is not going to bring "peace" to the area, it will just further encourage them to continue their attacks until they control ALL of Israel.

You can't have peace if only one side truly wants it and the other is lying to gain somethings. It doesn't work that way.

It boils down to two simple euphemisms: "Talk is cheap" and "Actions speak louder than words"

Mr Minority

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