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  • brilliant_analyst brilliant_analyst Sep 18, 2001 1:41 PM Flag

    I would not be surprised at all if

    when you respond to an idiot like wrodethelittlebus you stoop to his level. he obviously can't read and probably dictated the text to a chimpanzee to do the writing.

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    • USS LIBERTY. Enough said.

      But I digress.....If Joe Q Public knew how the fucking Israelis used our tax dollars to suppress a people in a manner similar to how Jews were suppressed in Nazi ghettos they would be outraged. Example is Hebron where 500,000 residents are held hostage and imprisoned so that 350 religous zealot "settlers" can settle land in the heart of the city. How is this not apartheid to the extreme.

      W should (1)declare war on Taliban and Iraq; (2)draw a US imposed Israel/Palestine border on the parties; and (3)declare war on any country/individual in the region who does not declare that Israel and Palestine has a right to exist within those borders. It is that simple.

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      • No, there should be no Palestine, and the Muslims should abandon all hope of control of Jerusalem.

        Granting otherwise would be rewarding the finatic Islamic terrorists for their actions. If they see they get results from such large scale actions, that will give them license to act again.

        Removing all hope of Palestine and Jerusalem is the only just punishment that can be extracted.

        And once that punishment is dealt, we can do what it takes to ensure that nothing like this happens again.

        -Zog

 
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