"Int'l community has the power", Swiss Dino?? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dr. L. Brnd
    • 26.02.10 | 14:14 (IST)

    The "international community" doesn't even have the power to make Switzerland give back to the Jews all their stolen back accounts (not just the 4% Mr. Mehli discovered). It doesn't have the power to make North Korea give up nukes, despite being totally dependent on the West for food. It doesn't have the power to make OPEC cut prices to $20/barrel. It can't get Turkey out of Cyprus. Can't get France or UK to end their parasitic colonialism. Can't get China out of Tibet. It can't get Colombia and Peru to end the cocaine trade, or Afganistan to end heroin production. It can't even get the UN "PeaceKeeping" troops in Africa to stop raping children and exploiting women. "Force" well-armed Israel to give up its independence as a Jewish State, Dino - well, ah, how many cities do you want to lose: its not something Rome or Babylon had to worry about, but they would today, and so do YOU. Just what do you think "Never Again" means, anyway? Dimona exists because of Europe, not Arafat.

    from the article: Palestinians threaten to adopt one-state solution
    First published 01:57 26.02.10 | Last updated 02:16 26.02.10
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