Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Sorry, Dry Bones

Usually you're right on target, but not this time.

It doesn't help to fight for peace. One must do everything to be strong and independent and take care of our own national needs first. Our priorities must be our civilians and soldiers. We mustn't try to please others.

We must strengthen ourselves. Then no one will touch us, and then we will have peace. Peace shouldn't be our aim. It's a side benefit to this internal strength.

Here's the comment I wrote:

It's more complicated. Peace comes from strength. The Arabs
don't want peace, and nothing we ever do will give us peace with them except to
be strong and say and mean: We don't care how many of you die; if you touch us,
you're dead!

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