Monday, August 14, 2006

Not that mistake again!

In his new speech Bibi said that "unilateral disengagement" is "bad" and "bilateral" is "good". Now, unilateral is sure not a solution, we got Gaza and Lebanon after that, but bilateral is even worse. It's back to the times of Oslo and Arafat, only without Arafat (thank God) and not in Oslo. We all know how that ended too.

So, what's the solution? Here are some words of wisdom from the Ministry of Offence. Step back from semantics and realize: mortal enemies are still mortal, on our side of the border and on theirs. Mortal enemies, wherever they are, means mortal danger. And mortal danger is always first on the priority lists. There is but one choice then. Crash the enemy first, disengage later.


Irina Tsukerman said...

I can't believe Bibi said that. What has he been smoking?!

Yury Puzis said...

Same thing he always have. Don't forget this is the same person who was sitting in the government up until the very beggining of unilateral disengagement. For all his smarts, he is really dumm.