Jeff Northridge #4 The Point Is... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • zmogus
    • 08.09.09 | 13:37 (IDT)

    Howdy Jeff; The point is that your "Mother Nature" just as good an "argument" for the WB as it is for overcrowded islands of England or Japan solving their lebensraum at the territorial expense of France or China. Since they don't think that idea very brilliant, forget it in Israel's colonies, too. The point is that if your point is a valid fig leaf for the WB, it is so the more reasonable reason for settling and finally making a garden out of that desert called Negev. The point is that the above might be less obvious to someone who scrutinizes for days the Intl. Law & GCs only for finding a legal hole for justifying what this Law was intended to prevent. The point is that your war, Jeff, is over quite a while ago, bringing the sea of dead, an underground memorial and a handful of worthless shining metal pieces in the drawer to polish on a dull Sunday, given for shooting couple of villagers. It's a hightime to be back to civil society and reasoning valid logically and not military.

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