Please Mr President, say “no” to a Palestinian state

Hardly a week goes by that I don’t receive a copy of a letter similar to the following from
VIPAC, TheVirtual Israel Political Action Committee

VIPAC, in existence since 1997, is a group of thousands of people from all across America and all around the world–of many races and religions–who have joined together for one purpose: to petition the US government for a policy that is more supportive of Israel’s security, historical and Biblical claims in Judea, Samaria, Gaza, and the Golan Heights.

Dear Mr. President:

The current front runner for your party’s nomination for the next president of the United States is Rudolph Giuliani. In the September edition of Foreign Affairs magazine, Mr Giuliani makes the following point: “Too much emphasis has been placed on brokering negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians — negotiations that bring up the same issues again and again. It is not in the interest of the United States, at a time when it is being threatened by Islamist terrorists, to assist the creation of another state that will support terrorism.”

Mr. Giuliani is the Republican front runner because his policies, particularly regarding the Middle East and America’s war for survival against Islamic terror, have more support among the American electorate than any other Republican.

Mr. President, why not join Mr. Giuliani in opposing a PLO state, and negotiations leading to a PLO state, right now? Why not insist that the PLO must arrest the terrorists among themselves, rather than insist that Israel must release the PLO terrorists it has captured? Why not insist that the Jewish State of Israel’s sovereignty over all of Jerusalem–particularly the Temple Mount–must be unequivocally accepted by the PLO before any other territorial issues are discussed?

In short, Mr. President, why not join the mainstream of Americans who want to see our country win our war for survival against Islamic terror, and end your support for a PLO state that, as Mr. Giuliani said, will just be “another state that will support terrorism” against America and our allies?


August 24, 2007 | 2 Comments »

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  1. Dear VIPAC,

    I cannot join Giuliani in opposing a Palestinian state, when Giuliani never said he opposed a Palestinian state!
    I caanot join Giuliani in opposing negotiations for a Palestinian state, since Giuliani never said he was opposed to that either!

    In fact, Giuliani actually said he was NOT against a Palestinian state, just that the Palestinians had to first take steps to show (not just say) they’d abandon violence. Guess who, VIPAC, came up with that plan? Me!–me, me, me!–it’s called the Road Map. Giuliani’s now suggesting the same old reciprocity approach that I suggested. And just like me, he has not problem with a Palestinian state.

    VIPAC, I really can’t believe you think Giuliani is any different. Just toodle-on now, me and Condi’ve got to focus on Iran and Pres. Ahmadiwannajihad, he’s going noocular, hehehe.


  2. George Bush will dismiss this little pleading as the obsequious and slavish drivel that it is.
    He may dismiss it by ignoring it completely, or by appeasing its proponents with a few nice words which will lead most of them to essentially ignore his actions.

    Apart from its politically naive posturings (IE: Insisting that the Nazi-esque PLO arrest antisemitic terrorists) – which will doubtless provide much amusement for any Establishment figure who bothers reading it – this “petition” represents a pathetic begging mindset.
    It is not dissimilar in many ways to the psuedo-activist outfit AVAAZ –
    AVAAZ was set up by Globalist Criminal Syndicate frontmen (I’m yet to document this properly, but a starting point is that its main founder Ricken Patel has been a consultant for the Ford and Rockefeller foundations, the UN and the ICG which is stacked with war criminals – hardly great credentials for the founder of a “progressive” group), but even if it were set up by genuine people, its “petitions” are both politically naive and obsequious.

    When people in “democratic” countries realise that they have a responsibility to make their representatives accountable and that there is no obligation to beg them to do anything, major and important issues will start to be dealt with properly.
    Here in Australia, a number of very powerful tools exist to do just this – – though most Aussies have been deliberately kept ignorant of their existence.
    Fortunately, that’s slowly starting to change…..

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