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    • Nat Weinstein
    • 16.10.06 | 07:15 (IST)

    Gideon Levy...your article shows all the right reasons for putting Lieberman in power. Everything you say that Lieberman would do makes me feel great, namely he will defeat the enemy with all the might of the state of Israel at his hands. What's wrong with that? Israel is at war with enemies that want to eliminate it from the face of the earth,ergo, wipe them out before they get you. Is that concept so hard to understand?All else is irrelevant. There is no racism in wanting to kill an enemy who spouts racist attitudes first about you and there is no racism in denying that enemy any rights or priveleges when he insists on killing you. That's what war is all about...defeat the enemy you are fighting, then talk peace

    from the article: Lieberman to power
    First published 00:00 15.10.06 | Last updated 00:00 15.10.06
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