Leon Rosgartens Satire #2 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ezreal
    • 10.02.06 | 15:06 (IST)

    Firstly I felt you were some kind of neo Marxist Trotskyite hermit sat in a bedsit somewhere trying to ferment a revolution from your keyboard. Interspersed with heavy bouts of drinking. Then I tended towards the agent provocateur theory. Make your point, stand back and enjoy. Now I see you as more of an excellent political satirist. Had I wanted to lambaste the Palestinians for their utter disregard for their own people I could have spent hours compiling a post to that effect. Far better that people reading this read your post instead. I couldn't have said it better... Yet I realise that you could indeed believe what you write(unlikely)or just enjoy provocation(possible). Regardless, your post ably demonstrates the futility of trying to sink money into the territories to solve its economic woes... The Palestinians should first attempt tasks within their capacity. Clearly technologically advanced Greenhouses were never going to be their forte. Far better to pursue activities more in keeping with their current limitations. Jihad training and disseminating propaganda are things they have shown an unsurpassed talent for.

    from the article: Palestinian militants ransack former Gush Katif greenhouses
    First published 00:00 10.02.06 | Last updated 00:00 10.02.06
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