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    • Klaudia
    • 20.12.07 | 18:09 (IST)

    The term post-Zionism is an accurate one denoting leftist appeasement policies that spell disaster for Israel.(" post " means AFTER or LATER).The left prefers spin and rhetoric.Lets take a look at how the leftists package and repackage themselves. At various times they have called themselves: - socialists ( meaning the other side is anti-social) -liberals ( the other side is rigid and anti-freedom) -labor party members ( the other side is against the workers) - democrats ( the other side is FOR dictatorship and anti-democracy) - progressives ( the other side is backward) -moderates ( the other side are extremists) ALL these labels which the leftists apply to themselves are blatant LIES. One label is sufficient and accurate in describing all leftists - COLLECTIVIST ( group/mob energy) Strange that Strener balks at the term post-Zionist, when the lefts FAVORITE smear word is .....you guessed it.... NEO-CON .

    from the article: Zionism? Post-Zionism? Just give arguments
    First published 00:00 20.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.12.07
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