Time for Book Three in the ongoing quest for Israel's survival.
Book Two is here.
Click here for book one.
Let's begin with the words of Israel's Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman: "We will not be victims of appeasement."
Now here's the words of French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner: "Nous ne pouvons pas eliminer le soutien pour un Nations Unies proclame etat Palestinien.".......... "We can’t rule out support for a UN-proclaimed Palestinian state."
Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, fresh off what was widely viewed as his “undiplomatic” address to the UN General Assembly last month, told his visiting Spanish and French counterparts on Sunday that before coming to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, they should concentrate on the problems in their own backyard.
“I don’t expect you to solve the problems of the world, but I certainly expect that before you come here to teach us how to solve conflicts, you will deal with the problems in Europe and solve those conflicts,” Lieberman told French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner and Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Moratinos, who arrived on Sunday for a day of talks in Israel, followed by a day of talks in the Palestinian Authority.
Since I've not successfully snarked in a bit of time, I shall endeavor to translate that serious bout of diplospeak from Minister Kouchner into somewhat usable phonetic English........... "Ees zees whyte phlag haff onn eet zee deert ?..... Zee phlag muzzt bee zpotlezz phor zee Phrohnsh zurrenter."
....and next from Minister Lieberman: "Attention surrender monkeys: Go spit up a rope."
That about sums it up, yes ?
A bill requiring a national referendum before relinquishing land in Jerusalem and the Golan Heights passed during a special meeting of the Ministerial Committee on Legislation on Monday, laying the groundwork for it to become law within weeks.
The legislation would require a national referendum in any instance in which Israel agreed in diplomatic talks to hand over areas that have been annexed (i.e., Jerusalem beyond the Green Line) or to which Israeli law has been extended (i.e., the Golan Heights).
According to the bill, any such deal must be approved by the Knesset and then put to a national referendum within 180 days. The bill tasks the Central Elections Committee with running any referendum, and would declare any referendum day to be equivalent to an election day.
At least it's something beyond a few dhimmi national-suicide-causing fools in the Israeli government simply handing over land to the genocidal maniacs.
The Muslim terrorist / Al Jazeera setup rock-throwing incident is taking on a life of it's own and there are many many people in positions of pwer who are blind to what is going on right in front of their own eyes.
This 'session' sounds like it's right out of our own nation's leftist indoctrination playbook of nanny-state insanity.
Following several Arab lynch attempts in the Shiloach-City of David areas of Jerusalem, the Knesset’s Child Welfare Committee held a session entitled, “The Involvement of Children in Rock-Throwing in Shiloach."
Representatives of the Ministries of Public Security, Welfare and Housing took part in the session, as did social service workers, Jerusalem Municipality officials, members of Yeshivat Ateret Cohanim and the Council for Children’s Welfare, and others.
Unreal....... Makes me think of those one-world-government-backed 'Coexist' folks.
Hey, I got a wild-hair idea....... Want the terrorism to stop ?
Eliminate the terrorists.
Proud Son Of The Great Satan
.....and an Eeeeevil Jooooooooooo too.