Tuesday, June 21, 2005


What the concerned observers have long suspected ( compare my post "The enemy within" - http://sssi.blogspot.com/2005/06/enemy-within.html ), is being confirmed by new evidence:



In a new book, Boomerang, published in Hebrew last week, left-wing (!) commentators Raviv Drucker and Ofer Shelach provide an insider's narrative account of how Sharon came to make the decision to withdraw from Gaza and Northern Samaria. Their findings are devastating.


According to the two writers, Sharon's basic impetus for adopting the radical left-wing plan — that had been overwhelmingly rejected by voters in the January 2003 elections — was his desire to avoid indictment for his role in corruption scandals for which he and his sons Gilad and Omri were under police investigation.

They write: "In private conversations [Sharon] said he was convinced that [state attorney Edna] Arbel would try to bring about his indictment and his resignation from the premiership." Sharon's aides, first and foremost among them his personal attorney and chief of staff Dov Weisglass, told Sharon that to avert indictment he had to take a bold initiative "to change the public agenda away from the media's focus on the investigation." And so the disengagement plan was born.


Several months ago, a senior government official who was involved in the government discussions about the withdrawal plan told me, "Sharon placed the legal establishment on the horns of a dilemma. They had to decide what moved them more, their love of the law or their hatred of the settlers. It was an easy decision."



I never thought I'd wish for another Arab attack on Israel, but I would greet it if Egypt, Saudi-Arabia, Jordan and Syria would once again decide to invade Israel ... right now.
Maybe that would help to hammer some sense and self-respect into the nation of Israel.

Damn it ... Sharon's ethnic cleansing of Gaza's Jews is scheduled to happen in two months.
Will we be able to stop it yet ?

Otherwise, my list of possible emigration destinations will be one country shorter than it is now - and it never was long in the first place. I don't want to immigrate into another self-hating leftist hellhole, so it seems like Israel was out now.

What remains ? The US ? Chile ? Australia ?


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