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Sunday, January 04, 2009

The final nail in the disengagement coffin?

Now that we are back in Gaza where we were 3.5 years ago, is there anyone who can possibly think that the disengagement was a good idea? I really want to hear the press ask people like Tzippi Livni, Chaim Ramon, Shaul Mofaz, etc. (all the big disengagement supporters) what their view is today.

What is amazing to me is that Kadima, the party founded on the idea of disengagement, still has 27 seats in the poll. How blind are the people? Don't they realize that the current war is a direct result of Kadima's failed policies for the last 3 years?

2 Comments:

At 4:11 PM, Blogger Forsberg21 said...

What their "aides" say to the press is irrelevant.

What is relevant is what we see the Israeli military doing.

What are the doing?

They are clearly flushing Hamas and Palestinian militants and terrorists out of Gaza.

They are clearly converting Gaza's militant infrastructure to rubble.

The government is clearly executing an agenda to eliminate Hamas' seize on Gaza and their political "authority".

Israel is clearly kicking Hamas to the gutter, right where they belong.

Israel has made it clear to the global community - with impeccable and pristine military precision - that Hamas is no longer (and have never been) the "ruling" power of the Palestinians.

Israel has said, "you want Palestinians to stop "suffering"? you want Hamas' seizure of Gaza to end? you want us to open borders? you want us to talk statehood rhetoric? fine - then it is time to do the dirty work of flushing out the filth who have seized Gaza and sealed their own borders and committed crimes of atrocity against Israelis AND Palestinians. Time to "Free Gaza" from Hamas' oppression. We already reconciled ourselves to one terrorist organization [Fatah]. Now it is time to flush out the other."

 
At 4:34 PM, Blogger The Leader, Garnel Ironheart said...

Don't get excited about Tzahal reentering 'Aza. As soon as Livni and Olmert can find an excuse to pull them out (possible a 24 hour period with no rocket attacks) they will.

And then 24 hours later, even as the rocket attack resume, they'll annonce their great success has given them a mandate to proceed with further unilateral surrender in Yesha.

 

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