Palestinian inevitability

All the things we write about, all the things we talk about – we go on about them, we warn what will happen and when it does, no one says: “Oh golly gosh, you were right all along.”   People try to make excuses for it.

One such is the Palestinian issue.   From the very beginning it’s been a faux issue and those in the west of a leftist persuasion have, naturally, backed the wrong side.   Now it’s coming full circle:

“No one cares about the Palestinians,” I wrote in this space two years ago, and since then the world has stopped funding them. As a result, the Palestine Authority is collapsing, comments Khalid Elgindy, a former PA adviser, on the website of the Council on Foreign Relations, about “the wave of Palestinian protests that swept through the Israeli-occupied West Bank this month [and] … virtually paralyzed life in Palestinian cities, with scenes reminiscent of the first intifada”.

The PA can’t pay salaries because international donors, including the Gulf States, haven’t sent promised aid.   International donors are weary of Mahmoud Abbas’ sorry little West Bank kleptocracy, while the squeeze on the state budgets of all the industrial nations makes it harder to shake loose money for an unpopular destination. The World Bank warned on September 19 of a “deepening Palestinian fiscal crisis” and issued an “urgent appeal” to donors.

Sounds not unlike the other little fiasco of the moment – the EU and the billions of bailout money frittered away into nothing.

Netanyahu is a lackey of the Rothschilds, the Palestinian “leaders” are lackeys of the other lot.   The aim is conflagration and human misery.   Ordinary Palestinians in their way, just as ordinary Jews ion their way, have had their lives hijacked by these people in power.   Hamas holds its own people hostage as human shields and then goads Israel into retaliation once the UN is watching.

Zero concern for the ordinary people, just as with the feminazis.   It’s the same thing over and over again – people in a position of power and influence brainwashing ordinary people who become agents of the brainwashing.  That Eric Hobwhateverhisname was who just died is a perfect example.   Eric Foner in the States, along with Warren and Sullivan.

There is a quote by Robert A. Heinlein, via Bob G:

“The human race divides politically into those who want people to be controlled and those who have no such desire.”

Palestinian authorities, the Rothschilds and the feminazis want people to be controlled.   The ordinary people do not.   I throw in my lot with the latter and add what little I can to preserving their freedom from these things.

[H/T Chuckles]

One Response to “Palestinian inevitability”

  1. banned October 5, 2012 at 21:43 Permalink

    I see no German ot Polish refugee camps 60+ years after WW2. The only reason some ‘Palestinians’ remain in camps is because it suits other Arabs (who despise them) as it gives them something to vent their grievance about.

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