Robert Fulford: The cruel pursuit of a fictitious peace for Israel

This is from someone who gets it: 

“Why pursue a purely fictitious peace? It makes the would-be peacemakers feel righteous, it allows them to believe others admire them and it gives an air of busyness to professionals who may have little else to do. They have attempted it so often, way back into the last century, that they would be ashamed of themselves if they did not talk constantly about peace.

Peace is the desire of the world, but idle and bad-faith talk of peace is the opiate of the diplomatic classes.”

Perhaps if the MSM reported what the PLO Arabs do on a daily basis, and stopped portraying them as the poor innocent victims of occupation, which excuses their culture of death, more people would start to get it.


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