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    • Star of David
    • 03.08.06 | 15:19 (IDT)

    Bravo proud European! Bravo! Monroism, Mcdonald democracy,globalization, free sovereignity. oppressive, leash of America. Fantastic value. And all in one short article. So you believe the countries of Europe are independent one of the other? Israel is not in the Orient my confused friend. It is in the middle-east. And to say that Segev understands the European must point to a fact or two Segev points out in his article. True? Perhaps you could outline say, any three points which show the extent to which Segev understands the European mind? An one last thing, my proud European friend, what pray IS the European mind? Something Like Serbia-Montenegro? The Basques? The Albanians? Perhaps England? Or their favourite Europeans the Germans or the French? What on earth are you talking about, my proud friend? Just in case you missed the point, oh proud European, nobody lives independently in an interdependent global economic community. Sorry to wake you up.

    from the article: Between two friends
    First published 00:00 03.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 03.08.06
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