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    • Sammy
    • 04.08.06 | 15:28 (IDT)

    Bravo for a clear-sighted article that is a warning for all countries in the Middle East. Israel need to realign it's policies away from the millenarist neocon agenda - the Armageddon they are hoping for includes the destruction of Israel as well as of the entire ME. I mean do Israelis really want to prepare the way for the landing of Jesus in Jerusalem, while neocons get spirited up to heaven (cf. Gerry Falwell) ? In 30 year's time, the USA will no longer have the resources to support Israel, the Arab population in Israel and the surrounding countries will see a massive increase and the ME oil wells will be drying up, with alternative energy sources taking a much bigger role. So the West will lose interest in the region and Israel will have to make peace with it's Arab neighbours. Better start preparing that future now, or it will be too late.

    from the article: Ending the neoconservative nightmare
    First published 00:00 04.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 04.08.06
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