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I fully agree with Frank Gaffneys’ take on the ludcirous "peace summit" that the US has conjured up between Israel and the Palestinians. At the heart of the delusions of Bush and Rice lies the notion that the terrorist group Fatah is not a terrorist group. This is in line with the pretense it has gone along with in Northern Ireland that the IRA terrorist group is not a terrorist group. Here’s what Gaffney reckons..

"Condi Rice is nonetheless demanding that Israel now relinquish the West Bank and East Jerusalem to yet another terrorist organization: Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah. To be sure, the Secretary of State would have us believe that Fatah is no such thing. In fact, the entire Annapolis house of cards is built on the fraudulent foundation that the Palestinian faction established by Abbas’ mentor, Yasser Arafat, is a reliable partner for peace and effective counterweight to Hamas, which now controls the Gaza Strip. Only a zealot who has altogether lost any sense of reality could make such an assertion. Treating Fatah as the cornerstone of American diplomacy and demands on Israel is nothing less than perilous and irresponsible…"

Frank gives examples of the terroristic nature of Fatah, quoting its attempted assassnation of Osloid Olmert last August. But the Bush administration is in denial, and the media is fervently pro-Palestinian. And so it is that another doomed to fail "peace" initiative is launched predicated on the repulsive notion that terrorists are not terrorists.

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17 thoughts on “SEE NO EVIL, HEAR NO EVIL….

  1. No David i don’t hate Jews but I will continue to point out your hypocrisy regarding your refusal to condemn groups such as the stern gang and irgun as the terrorists they most certainly were. Leading members of these terrorist groups later became leaders of the state of Israel. What was that you were saying about terrorists in government?

  2. No David i don’t hate Jews but I will continue to point out your hypocrisy regarding your refusal to condemn groups such as the stern gang and irgun as the terrorists they most certainly were. Leading members of these terrorist groups later became leaders of the state of Israel. What was that you were saying about terrorists in government?

  3. No David I don’t hate Jews. I will continue to point out your hypocrisy and refusal to condemn terrorist groups like the stern gang and irgun as the terrorist groups that they most certainly were.Some of the leading members of these terrorist groups went on to become leaders of the state of Israel. So much for your no terrorists in government stance.

  4. Patty,

    Exactly right. This is not about peace. It is one more attempt by holocaust denier Abbas to advance their cause of driving the Jews into the sea.

  5. Well that question is why the whole thing is a joke. Abbas doesnt represent at best a third and at worst more than half of the ‘Palestinians’. And even if we accept the ludicrous idea that Fatah’s supporters are all fervent proponents of peace in our time, that still leaves a huge number of people who want every Jew in Israel in an early grave.

  6. And so it is that another doomed to fail "peace" initiative is launched predicated on the repulsive notion that terrorists are not terrorists.

    Oh i dont know David it worked for JEWISH terrorists in 1948.

  7. "Oh i dont know David it worked for JEWISH terrorists in 1948"

    Really? I thought the British got the hell out of Dodge and left the Jews to be slaughtered at the hands of the Arabs. Fortunately as they are so utterly incapable of doing anything that doesnt involve digging black liquid out of the ground it didnt happen.

  8. DSD, the first terrorist group to organise there, was a Jewish group which held some British hostages at one stage. Their name escapes me now.

  9. >incapable of doing anything that doesnt involve digging black liquid out of the ground

    DSD, are you sure they can do that ?

  10. At the end of the day, you are what you do not what you say.

    Notice how the Jews created a viable, peasceful economy in their little strip of land in the 40 years that have passed – where Arab Muslim citizens have full rights.

    Meanwhile, the Palestinians next door developed an entrenched death cult.They educate their children to chant "Death to Jews. Death to Israel." The Palesatians don’t want peace. They want to kick the Jews into the sea.

  11. This summit will go absolutely nowhere. Hamas isn’t interested in peace or negotiation – any progress that might be made will be completely disrupted by these murderous power hungry thugs, they’re cut from the same cloth as Arafat. I don’t have much more faith in Fatah. They’re at the table because they’re losing the battle with Hamas at this point and need validation and shoring up from the outside.

    Olmert is a lame duck – he’ll be ousted soon. As will Bush.

    My goodhearted side would like to adopt a pollyanna optimistic attitude about these latest rounds of talks, but my cynical side is winning. I think a larger issue that the politicians never talk about that surely affects any "progressive negotiations" is the Palestinian people’s minds and hearts – these people (pawns) have lived with nothing but war, poverty and hateful indoctrination for 40 years, this is not going to be easy to overcome and normalize under the best of circumstances.

  12. I support Israel, but…gotta say it like it is…Submariner is correct. Jewish terror movements did exist in the Holy Land, and played its part in the establishment of the state.

    The bombing of the King David Hotel , ordered by the Irgun’s Menachem Begin, resulted in the deaths of 91 people in 1946. This wasn’t terrorism?

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