Israeli politics doesn't get any more diabolical and evil! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe
    • 19.03.06 | 23:05 (IST)

    There are people starving to death in the occupied territories and Olmert because he has to show his zombified electrate he is as tough as the heartless and brain-dead Sharon or Netanyahu on dealing with the Palestinians, will not allow food to enter the territories. This is how it works here.Any aspiring leader of this Zionist death cult must first show his zombified minions he is heartless and brutal when it comes to dealing with the "Palestinian savages". Each compete on who can be the "toughest" against the Palestinians. It doesn't get anymore sicker than watching Israel's so called "democracy" in action. The banners extolling the virtue of killing Palestinians--some obviously hide it with terms of being "tough", " iron-fist", but the message is clear, the one who can kill and opress the Palestinians the most, will likely be elected as the new leader of the blood-thirsty masses. Olmert is holding up food because, drum roll please, elections are just around the corner. Despicable

    from the article: A new consensus
    First published 00:00 19.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 19.03.06
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