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    • British Academic N.2
    • 22.06.06 | 16:18 (IDT)

    The first British academic said "If I were Israeli I would want an end to the conflict and the only way to do this is by a fair solution based on compromise." How wise. Is he familiar with the 'Salami Technique'? I doubt it. Compromise (or appeasement) is based on the idea that you don't want to upset the other side too much. You give in. The other side accepts what you have given them, waits a little while and then starts all over again. You compromise some more. Before you know it, you have 'compromised away' your entire country - which is what your adversary wanted from you all along. It didn't work with Hitler and it cannot work with the Palestinians either. Here is what WILL work. You show them two ends of a stick - one red hot and the other cold. They will keep grabbing the hot end until they cannot stand the pain any longer and then they will choose the cold end. At the moment, the Palestinians only have the 'head' to keep grabbing the hot end, over and over again.

    from the article: Learning the hard way
    First published 00:00 22.06.06 | Last updated 00:00 22.06.06
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