Friday, 26 August 2005

Peace through appeasement

Will Israel's withdrawal from Gaza lead to peace, prosperity and lashings of milk and honey all round? Not on your life, says the Ayn Rand Institute:
The Gaza withdrawal is a deadly act of appeasement toward Israel’s committed enemies: the Palestinian Authority (PA), its rabidly anti-Semitic Palestinian supporters, and other Arab regimes throughout the Middle East. It will only increase their hope and ability to achieve their long-standing goal: the obliteration of Israel.
You'd think the appeasers would have learned from their poster-boy Neville Chamberlain. Peace in Our Time? Not a chance. Not like this. Rewarding aggressors only invites more of the same; a lesson that has to be learned again in each succeeding generation.

1 comment:

  1. Hilarious. Anti-semitic Palestinians? They are semitic themselves!


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