It doesn't really matter how their message is delivered - they'll be castigated and disdained as "unpatriotic" no matter what... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • WeCan2
    • 19.07.10 | 11:06 (IDT)

    The die has been cast in Israel, and the fascists are moving steadily forward, and becoming deeper entrenched, with increasing momentum. The only stopping it now will take a radical shake-up that will bring Israelis to face their spiraling descent toward a completely fascist state - hence the calls by some for a boycott of Israel, by the way. And the motive of the "messengers" IS in fact their deep-seated love for Israel. Their purpose is NOT to win international approval - it's to prevent Israel from becoming ostracized by its disapproval. Nor does their message have anything to do with their opposition - it has to do with the inevitable ills destined to befall Israel should their opposition have their way. That you perceive an appearance otherwise, is due to the longstanding repetativeness of their message upon deaf ears, and the emotion that lies behind their concerns - for ISRAEL.

    from the article: Jeremiah, here and now
    First published 01:25 19.07.10 | Last updated 01:25 19.07.10
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