Last night, not for the first time, I had the unpleasant experience of listening to our Prime Minister pathetically begging our enemies to “make peace.”
Sorry, Charlie, but that’s not how it’s done.
There will only be peace, true peace, when we stop begging and make it clear that we don’t need any favors from anyone. We’re perfectly fine without that sort of “peace.”
True PEACE won’t cost us land or security. There will only be true PEACE when the Arabs are ready and want it as much as we do. You can’t buy peace, nor can it be achieved through negotiations. I’m only interested in true PEACE.
As long as we keep on begging for “peace” we’ll just keep on getting wars, threats and terror. We’ll just get more pressure and dangerous “suggestions” to sweeten the “negotiations.”
True PEACE doesn’t have an expiration date like milk does; it won’t grow moldy like bread left out in plastic for a week or two.
You can’t compromise with people who want you destroyed. Would it have worked with Hitler? Did it work for the countries that had made treaties with him? No.
“I think it is time to stop squabbling over preconditions. I think it’s time to stop negotiating about the negotiations. I think we have to start peace talks immediately,” Netanyahu said during a joint press conference with Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk…
Kerry phoned Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Wednesday to assure him that he was continuing to push for renewed talks.
Abbas reiterated the demand that Israel must freeze West Bank settlement activity and Jewish building in east Jerusalem.
He also asked that Israel release all Palestinian prisoners in its jails.
All these scenarios that Bibi, Peres, Obama, Kerry, Blair etc. keep proposing are unworkable, fantasies, just recipes for disaster for the State of Israel and Jewish People all over the world.
About the Author: Batya Medad blogs at Shiloh Musings.The author's opinion does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Jewish Press.
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