The "BIG PLAN" is another clean phrase to cover ugly deeds! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe
    • 13.01.06 | 09:49 (IST)

    William Safire once wrote regarding the sanitized phraseology that is sometimes used by politicians" clean words can mask dirty deeds" and no greater example than the phrases of "Big Plan" and the "demography threat". Salman Rushdie wrote recently in a article:" People use such phrases to avoid using others whose meaning would be problematically over-apparent. "Ethnic cleansing" and "final solution" were ways of avoiding the word "genocide"." This entire Zionist enterprise is one big deception-- where words are detached from their true meaning while deeds impose their own harsh reality on the victims of Jewish colonialism. All the rhetoric can't mask the horror of what Conrad accurately identified as the "Heart of Darkness". Jewish supremacism doesn't even have the decency to be subtle--as the never ending phrase "palestinian demography threat" continues to be heard OPENLY and LOUDLY from all corners of Israeli society with little to no regard of it's implication.

    from the article: Sharon's second `big plan'
    First published 00:00 12.01.06 | Last updated 00:00 12.01.06
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