Israel, Get Real! "Peace" Talks Dangerous Farce

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Batya Medad
New York-born Batya Medad made aliyah with her husband just weeks after their 1970 wedding and has been living in Shiloh since 1981. Political pundit, with a unique perspective, Batya has worked in a variety of professions: teaching, fitness, sales, cooking, public relations, photography and more. She has a B.S. in Journalism, is a licensed English Teacher specializing as a remedial teacher and for a number of years has been studying Tanach (Bible) in Matan. Batya blogs on Shiloh Musings and A Jewish Grandmother. ...

Shavua Tov, Have a Great Week.  If you want to read more of my writings, please bookmark my other blogs, Shiloh Musings and me-ander. I post there much more frequently.  Generally, I try to put things as simply as possible, like Hypocrites for "Human Rights." Now for this morning's post:

Israel, Get Real! "Peace" Talks Dangerous Farce
We shouldn't agree to anything that any other country wouldn't agree to

There's no nice way to say this, especially considering how much hope, man-hours and money have been hyped into this Utopian idea that there can be "peace" between Israel and the Arabs, but the truth is that there's no way in this generation and probably the next, too, that there can be a genuine peace.

I gave that long, probably run-on sentence its very own paragraph.  The CPA's pragmatic daughter I am wants to make it very clear.  Some people mock my strong religious belief as being rather "la la" or unrealistic, but I totally disagree.  It's much easier to prove G-d's existence than it is to prove that the Arabs want to live in peace with the State of Israel.

The internationally funded Appease aka Peace sic Now and all the related organizations and groups have been brainwashing Israelis for decades already.  They've made such headway; we're in a real life episode of the Twilight Zone. 

To make things simple, like the popular modern child-rearing technique of "time-out," we should declare a one year postponement of negotiations for every single rocket or missile the Arabs launch at Israel, whether the rocket kills, damages or just malfunctions executing the very terrorists who launched it.  Remind the United States, United Nations etc that this is non-negotiable.  That's what a normal, self-respecting country would do, and didn't the early secular Zionists dream of being a normal country?  I agree.  We shouldn't agree to anything that any other country wouldn't agree to. 

We must ignore the bogus human rights organizations, because they consistently condemn Israel when Israel's actions would be praised if any other country had done it.

We must, at the same time, use the military to go after those who attack us militarily.  Nobody in their right mind would use body lotion on skin cancer.  Would you?  How about ointment on gangrene?

I certainly wouldn't interfere with the PA's negotiating with the United States over issues between them, but not anything concerning Israel.  United States President Barack Hussein Obama promised them a state.  Well, there's lots of unoccupied land in the continental United States without the sort of documented history that our Land has. 

As I've written many times, since the western/Christian world swears on the Bible they should take it seriously.  This is Jewish Land and only Jewish Land.  If Obama sold them a can of worms, that has nothing to do with us.