Sunday, December 11, 2011

Newt Gingrich on the "Peace Process" and More

He's got it!

As I've blogged many times, the idea that we can make peace with people who want us destroyed is totally ridiculous.  There can only be peace when both sides want it.  The Arabs don't want to have peace with us, with the State of Israel.  They are consistently honest about it.  They want us gone, dead and gone.  Trying to force us to endanger our very existence is to assist us in committing national suicide, G-d forbid.  It's hard enough to find an Israeli politician who isn't afraid to say that simple truth, so when I hear a foreign politician I really want to dance for joy. 

I feel like dancing around to "The Rain in Spain..."  He's got it!
"Henry, By George, she's got it! By George, she's got it!"

And another video message to dance to is The Truth About the Refugees by Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon.

I do have one complaint about this film. It's that they use a map of Israel that does not include Judea and Samaria. We don't need that "dotted line" border and different coloration later on in the film.

If you read the credits, you'll see that some of the crew, the Blass boys, who put it together also work for Latma.


Droid said...

What will be telling is how people react to the truth.

Anonymous said...

Beware of the backtrack.

Batya said...

Droid, true. I gave a similar line to consular visitors the other day.

Shy, I'm more worried about the fact that most Israeli politicians, historians etc don't have the guts to say what he said.

AvifromParis said...

I read that Gingrich said in the Republican debates that the Palis are an invented people. This is of course true, and he's already got my vote for coming out with that. My only concern is that this may turn off many voters. It may come off as just too extreme. Something like that is better left unsaid. The main thing is to defeat Obama and get elected. After that he can act on what he believes. Another Obama term will be too much to bear!!

Batya said...

Avi, It depends on how he markets himself. "The man not afraid to tell the truth."