Hey FOX man - could it be the evil twin? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • dana
    • 05.05.07 | 13:24 (IDT)

    I have been noticing some worrisome duality tendencies in you. I mean - this gaza bar and drill dude (am sure it's a fellow) may be a moon walking you! can happen - even in karkur, right? And do I have to remain a simpleton? no more sophistication for me? Oh, and fatigue after dinner is no excuse - for some of us it's the norm (may be that's how simpletons happen). Back to clans. I don't see them as any worse than the mafia, and mafias can be dealt with when the conditions on which they prey (usually a disempowered, impoverished, insecure community) change. Tosefta above had a point like this also, saying that clans or gangs prevail in situations where law enforcement is remiss or missing in action (now don't go arguing with him - you probably agree on this one). The difference between us is that you see the situation as intractable. I don't. Once exposed to another set of conditions, once a middle class is allowed to rise, clans start losing their grip. Look at Pakistanis in the UK

    from the article: Ignoring the chaos
    First published 00:00 04.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 04.05.07
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