Have you ever wonder what the Palestinian notion of a “cease fire” is? The answer is simple: Israel “ceases,” while the Palestinians fires.
Only the mind of a Kafka could dream up of a scenario where illusion and delusion are the only realities that Israel faces.
In the past, Israel has accepted “cease fires” while the Jihadists Empire of Iran gives new and more deadly weaponry for the next inevitable conflict Israel will face in the next couple of years or less.
Like a scene from “Groundhog Day,” Israel has been there, done that, and even has the tea-shirt to prove it. Ben Franklin and Albert Einstein both said that, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Steven King said even more succinctly; Hell is repetition.
What should Israel do? For one thing, go through the same motions over and over again will only lead to greater bloodshed when Iran gives their fellow Gazan Nazis nuclear tipped missiles to attack Israel, transforming Israel into a nuclear wasteland.
The way we change the future is by changing the present. Israel must steer the course and fulfill its promise to eradicate Hamas.
Gaza Palestinians have become emboldened largely by Iran’s willingness to keep the tensions hot. The insanity of trying to get them to relinquish their nuclear program is another delusion Western diplomats have indulged themselves for a very long a time. Hoes does one deal with a rabid dog or a goring ox?
Let me give you a hint: It’s not through placating it.
The real problem that the thugs of Gaza have with Israel has nothing to do with the “occupied land” of the West Bank.
It’s ontological. Israel’s existence is what really bothers the Jihadist world. As Arafar once told the Italian journalist, Oriana Fallaci in a 1970 interview, “The question of borders doesn’t interest us. Palestine is nothing but a drop in an enormous ocean. Our nation is the Arabic nation. The PLO is fighting Israel in the name of Pan- Arabism. What you call Jordan is nothing more than Palestine.”
Arafat’s henchman, Feisal Hussein said after the signing of the Oslo Accords that the peace process with Israel was nothing more than a “Palestinian Trojan Horse to conquer Israel.” Although it worked for the Greeks, it will not work for Palestinians. We have Jewish history to thank for that.
Unlike the Palestinian Authority headed by Abbas, Hamas is at least honest to a fault about its intentions.
Sometimes wars are necessary. The current struggle with Gaza is an excellent case in point. Although nobody knows what the future will bring, one thing is for certain: the past solutions tried have not worked. Israel has no choice but to take its own destiny into its own hands. In some ways, this present time is more opportune than other times; Hamas has alienated much of the Arab world, who look upon Hamas like a violent child that is totally out of control.
Does this mean for suffering for the Palestinians?
Unfortunately it does, but the Palestinians alone are collectively and individually responsible for allowing the Jihadist Nazis run their lives. For them to be free, the Palestinians will have to form a new social contract with their future leaders—one that will hold them accountable for their corruption and evil.
Until then, their suffering is inevitable.
Instead of using their moneys to build missile arsenals, they would be much wiser to start transforming the Gaza Strip into an Arabic Philippines that offers its people prosperity, abundance, and genuine hope.
In the meantime, West needs to re-impose their sanctions against Iran, which has become as Netanyahu noted, “a true empire of terror.”