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    • Ralph
    • 12.04.05 | 10:41 (IDT)

    Stopping US support of Israel? Yes, Bibi suggested that, as it was not really necessary. But let US pay something for their secret bases and weapons storages in Israel - after all, there are certain advantages compared to having soldiers in Beirut. And yes, let them pay for the Israeli weapons used in Iraq. Maybe Intel and Microsoft should pay a little bit more in taxes for having many products developed in Israel? Here a better suggestion: stop shovering money over the Palestinians, especially until Arafat's Thousand_and_a_Night gold chambers are empty. Then - do not give them their weekly allowance, offer to LEND them money like to all other states! But oooppppsss, they are no state and do not want to be, sorry. As is well known, the PLO Charter is NOT annulled and Israel is part of Palestine, so just maybe maybe - Beilin will get power again, and then it is just to grab the whole. Or will they leave a ghetto around Tel Aviv to Beilin?

    from the article: If Bush is really serious
    First published 00:00 10.04.05 | Last updated 00:00 10.04.05
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