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    • Johnson
    • 22.07.06 | 01:29 (IDT)

    Since the villains swim in and draw their sustenance from the sea that is the population, the only solution is to remove the sea. Unless there is a decisive "removal" of the Palestinians, and the Hizbollah group, you leave yourselves to the tender mercies of these Arabs. And you can view their self-restaint and mercy in their actions not only to others, but to each other. It is irrational to disregard empirical data and historical perspective and elevate hope to expectation, and expectation to reality, and act on the basis of such a fiction. The reality is that there can be no reconciliation with the Palestinians or with Hizbollah. They must be removed and eradicated for the survival not only of the Israelis, but for other people on this Earth. The major Saudi oil reserves are located in what is primarily a Shi'ite region there. They are threatened by this unrest and the prospect of the mad Shi'ites in Iran gaining coercive power in the Gulf and destabilizing regimes there.

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    First published 00:00 21.07.06 | Last updated 00:00 21.07.06
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