Thursday, June 15, 2006

And how would it play in Sderot?

Olmert's basking in the praise of foreign countries which hosted the Nazis and cooperated in the murder of six million Jews and millions of others. He and his very creative PR staff are bragging about the unconditional support of European leaders, though the truth is quite different:
Blair insists on negotiated settlement

Yes, it is.

And I wonder how his plan plays in Sderot, which is suffering a blitz of rocket attacks by nearby Arabs. And in response, just words from Sderot resident, Defense Minister Peretz. Would Olmert have the guts to visit with no more protection than your ordinary citizen?

Do you remember the joke about the flood:
A new flood is foretold and nothing can be done to prevent it; in three days, the waters will wipe out the world. The greatest leaders of the major religions go on worldwide television to make their final plea.
The leader of Buddhism pleads with everyone to become a Buddhist; that way, they will at least find salvation in heaven.
The Pope goes on television and shakes his fists to the audience, "It is still not too late to accept Jesus!" he cries.
The Chief Rabbi of Israel approaches the podium...stands silent for what seems to be an eternity...looks directly into the lens of the center camera and slowly but solemnly states, "My people"...he pauses once again and continues..."We have three days to learn to live under water"...

It's just like IDF to reinforce schools near Gaza . And did you notice the new geographical description, the leper-like "near Gaza?"


Pragmatician said...

Good joke, indeed hope is our trademark.

Batya said...

I wouldn't call it hope, just superficial cosmetics.