Friday, 7 March 2008

Curious peace process

A Palestinian maniac has shot a lot of Jews at a school in Israel. Those who feed us the news are wondering “what effect this will have on the peace process”. Last week the Israelis invaded Gaza, the same question was asked.
It seems that the term “peace process” is now curiously being used as a description of the entire Palestinian situation, the entire Israeli versus Palestinian conflict. It is not a war, it is a peace process.
Frit, in his wisdom, fears this "peace process" will never end as long as Palestinians continue breeding at their current rate. The population of Gaza depends on United Nations food aid to survive, and every day another horde is born. But breeding rates are not an issue members of the ruling class feel comfortable with. They prefer to hide from real issues like this behind a fine phase or glaring misdescription.

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