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Quote Of The Day

. . . from Victor Davis Hanson:

"An alien from Mars would almost instantly diagnose the problem of the Palestinians from simply listening to their inane apologists: The problem is not the acquisition of the final seven percent of the West Bank denied in the offer to them at Camp David, but the pathology of a victim culture, one that has learned, through playing the card of terror with simultaneous appeals to multicultural guilt, how to shake down Westerners for their money, attention, and pity."

Posted by Ken McCracken · 14 June 2007 12:52 AM


Hanson says it far better than most of us, of course, but this isn't new. This is, in fact, obvious to anyone who takes a few moments to consider the problem.

People can, however, ignore the obvious for the sake of some other need. The need to remake western and especially American society so that we stop giving status to the "wrong" people here is very strong these days.

Posted by: Assistant Village Idiot at June 14, 2007 07:37 AM

That statement to a lot of Conservatist's in this country is the same as yours, I wish I could say things like that.

That statement should generate a definite "Come to Jesus" to a lot of people on the left in this country.

Or is that "Come to Allah" or I will kill you for the radical Islamnists?

Gee, what would the rich democrat Jews in this country who constantly pull the lever for the dims say? Oy Vey?

Posted by: Eneils Bailey at June 14, 2007 03:41 PM

Wow, it's something to behold when VDH, AVI and Eneils try to outdo each other in their racism and ignorance of history.

Pretending the conflict boils down to the return of the West Bank or occupied territories is for the rubes. I suspect VDH knows this but is happy to gain a following outside of Fresno.

What is in contention is the West Bank, Jerusalem and the right of return. Of these three elements, the right of return remains the greatest obstacle.

Posted by: Jadegold at June 15, 2007 09:07 AM

Three posts for Jadegold to play the racism card. That has to be a personal best.

Posted by: Hoodlumman at June 15, 2007 01:27 PM