It has always been the plan - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Victor
    • 20.01.13 | 21:32 (IST)

    Total takeover has been the plan since 1967, and probably before that, whatever the propaganda that was put out for the naive world. The fact is, Israel has been one country since 1967--with one part under civilian rule and one part under military rule (in effect, applying once-hated British law). The "peace process" was always a tactic. The so-called Palestinian state was never going to be a real state, just a reservation. Now even that is in doubt. Israel has it all and is not going to let go. The problem is what to do about the Palestinians. Israeli policy on all sides has always been to make life sufficiently miserable for that so that they would leave, but they haven't left. So what now? One option is a repressive racist state, the other is one that treats all equally. The third option, which the right must be thinking about daily, is to eject the Palestinians. But that is only conceivable in wartime, after sufficient provocation, which may be why war is so attractive.

    from the article: Palestinian ghettos were always the plan
    First published 19:23 20.01.13 | Last updated 19:23 20.01.13
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