by Boris Celser

What would Sun Tzu (544BC — 496 BC) and Carl von Clausewitz (1780-1831) say about what Israel shou7ld be doing to solve their present danger?

It’s curious isn’t it that Israel’s leaders — politicians all — talk peace but probably know they will gain nothing but violence and death if they give away Biblical Israel. In this closet drama by Boris Celser, the characters are military men, but they are clearly more insightful than the current batch of Israeli politicians about how political leaders must act to protect their people and maintain a viable state.

To underline the play’s satiric “Peace will make you free”, a leader’s role most certainly should not be to lead his people into oblivion by preaching the virtues of a phony peace.

October 29, 2007 | 1 Comment »

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  1. Boris Celser’s script is the best I’ve read re our situation. It surely surpasses Rolf Hochhuth’s THE DEPUTY blaming external matters causing the Shoah. The indicators and warnings were visible during Weimar and the new variety Celser tells us as clear as white light passing through a prism.

    My only editorial comment would be a change in Carl’s line “Bingo” to “Mah jong”.

    I do believe after Annapolis and the Presidental oath of office all of world Jewry will be introduced to another author and his 1935 book; General Erick von Ludendorff’s TOTAL WAR.

    Middle East Jewry is scheduled for destruction and western Jewry better de facto convert or experience severe economic losses. The Jewish economic environment here will be pestilence, blight, mildew,…….II Chronicles 6:28

    Boris Celser told the truth.

    Kol tuv,

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