:: Wednesday, 16 April 2003 ::
How many Palestinians does it take to make sense?
Honey, there are not enough of them on the face of this planet to even reach common sense.
I remember the Achille Lauro terrorist highjacking by Palestinians wanting to be treated with respect and get their own country, and seeking this respect by acting like violent imbeciles and killers, by highjacking an Italian ship.
Oho. The ship, she is Italian.
And the killing, it is of a wheelchair bound American Jew. Are you mental, Palestinians?
If you listen carefully you can hear: "Why, yes. Yes we are. Gobble gobble gobble"
I mean, the thing for the Palestinian authority to do right now is to comment on Abu Disgusto's arrest, by saying:
1. his actions were violent and imbecilic and lead to death and we refuse to support them;
2. his actions harmed Palestinian relations with the US, setting back the peace process for years, maybe decades;
3. he has lived in exile in the state of a despot who crushed his Arab compatriots, never once acting to liberate his Arab compatriots;
4. he has not lifted a finger for Palestinians for years - so we wash our hands of him.
Zif, eh. Instead, they want him to 'come home' and they want him to get the immunity from prosecution under Oslo which they never honoured as to their own obligations.
Could they be any more offensive to the Italians?
Hand him over to Rome, who will gladly make up for the mistakes of ever releasing the freak in the first place.
Thus nature balances itself.
:: WB 5:24 am [link+] ::