If Bernard Madoff was released and tried to reestablish his investment business, I wonder how many people would give him their money. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Natallie Durson
    • 13.04.11 | 06:26 (IDT)

    I am sure that the number would be very low. The reason for this is that Madoff has been exposed as a fraud, a phoney, a liar, a cheat, and definitely a person not to be trusted. Still, we have Obama and Bibi setting up a peace business. We have seem them before along with their little roadside peace stand. It really did not look like a serious business and very soon the partners quarreled among themselves and went bankrupt. Now they are back, trying to compete with the UN. Normally the UN can't run any kind of profitable business. It's reputation is dodgy to say the least. Having said that the UN has at least a chance somewhat greater than ZERO of making peace progress. This cannot be said of America and Israel. This is not because America and Israel are not competent. They are VERY good at what they are good at. What they are good at is avoiding peace and expanding settlements. Why would the UN want to hire America and Israel as peace consultants?

    from the article: Clinton: U.S. plans new push on Israeli-Palestinian peace
    First published 05:29 13.04.11 | Last updated 05:29 13.04.11
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