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    • Reasonable Thinker
    • 01.06.10 | 21:59 (IDT)

    Reasonable Compromise. For example, Ireland, why not even say, let the cement in and entire shipment, provided it contains no weaspons in to gaza we will willingly port at Ashdod unload be inspected and cause no complications. Surely the Irish can realize through the haze of pints that trying to use force, sailing through a military blockade regardless of whether it is just, moral legal etc... it is still force, well the thing is force will ussually be met by more force and if you have less of it well chances are you will lose a confrontation where force is force at play.

    from the article: Ireland to Israel: Let new aid ship break Gaza blockade
    First published 21:15 01.06.10 | Last updated 21:15 01.06.10
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