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    • spyguy
    • 09.12.07 | 12:43 (IST)

    The people that take the long view of history, can see that this is just the start of Israel's major problems. As the US declines in power (which it will, mostly because of self inflicted wounds), Israel will be exposed more and more to the real world that finds most of what Israel does and has done to highly criminal. The next probable world leaders (China, Russia and India) do NOT care one bit if Israel ceases to exist. If the energy providing Muslims want to destroy Israel, I see no one of the new leaders that will complain. Sure, the US and maybe Europe may complain, but the new leaders will just ignore them. The very short 60 years that Israel has existed mean nothing in the long view of history and because Israel has caused so much instability, it is likely to be eliminated to reduce the instability. So Israeli "leaders" can expect much worse treatment in the future and Israeli citizens may discover having an Israeli passport is a MAJOR problem.

    from the article: London's burning for Dichter
    First published 00:00 09.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 09.12.07
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