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    • annoyed
    • 05.11.10 | 11:51 (IST)

    Rabin's image has been usurped by the left. The worship at Rabin Square borders on necromancy. Enough of it! Is it so difficult to understand that the left is ideologically bankrupt? Not only in Israel, but all over the world. It is not unions, or salesmenship (as some clever guy in New York Times thinks), that are the problem. It is being bereft of ideas. With the demise of the Soviet Union Capitalism officially won the battle. Wake up and smell the coffee!

    from the article: The rally for the left's liquidation
    First published 01:36 05.11.10 | Last updated 01:36 05.11.10
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