Why Go to Annapolis?

By Ted Belman

Barry Winters, a retired Major in the Canadian Armed Forces, earned his PhD in Strategic Studies from the University of Calgary. Over his 30-year military career, Barry was deployed in Israel several times as an attache and exchange officer. He writes This sixty-some-year war is over and advises against going to Annapolis.

The Palestinians are finished. They have no government, no services, no unity, no capabilities, no money and no friends.

His advice,

    “Build “the fence” re-settle the land, close the borders, employ only Israelis and, in five years tops, the “Palestinian people” are gone – either moved on or will have visited genocide upon themselves.

    Stay home, send no one to Annapolis. Indict and convict Prime Minister Olmert, and replace him. But most of all, re-settle historic Israel, re-claim your birthright and legacy. In a military sense, this sixty-year war is basically over. Iran is now the threat.”

Amen to that.

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  1. Major Winters is both correct and accurate.

    The problem is, however,: “Israel”.

    “Israel” wants to attend Annapolis.

    Who/whom/what institution can indict PM Olmert ? Israel’s government is set up so that he is like a King George III or a Peres or a _______. (Ver stanin’ she mich ?)

    Kol tuv,

  2. Indict and convict Prime Minister Olmert, and replace him.

    Strikes me that this should be done NOW, before Annapolis.

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