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Saturday, July 15, 2006
Who said this?

In all the diplomacy, the false lure of "evenhandedness" must not be allowed to obscure the fact that Hezbollah and its backers have instigated the current fighting and should be held responsible for the consequences.

The Washington Post

11 comments:

terrye said...

Sometimes it is surprising what people actually say when it hits the fan. Yesterday I heard that Bill Clinton said that setting a date for withdrawal from Iraq was nonsense. He went on to say that doing such a thing would undermine negotiations right now.

Skookumchuk said...

But do they mean it? If three weeks from now the IDF rolls through the streets of Damascus, will they get their usual case of the vapors?

Seneca the Younger said...

But do they mean it? If three weeks from now the IDF rolls through the streets of Damascus, will they get their usual case of the vapors?

yes, and I'm sure Assad will agree with them.

If they can get a medium to get in touch.

David Thomson said...

Do you own any books on negotiating 101? Well, let me tell you something: they are utterly worthless unless both sides are trying to achieve a win-win solution. It is a total of waste of time for Israel to negotiate with the Palestinians---until the terrorists within their ranks are either killed or jailed. End of story. Obtaining some sort of an “agreement” with the more moderate elements is useless. The militants hold the real power and will simply intimidate the moderates. Is that so hard to comprehend?

Seneca the Younger said...

Uh, David, who are you arguing with? And what about?

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chuck said...

It is little more than a display of racism and/or arabiphopia.

Gosh, that sounds like little more that a display of racism and/or a hebephobia.

Seneca the Younger said...

"Forreal", I think we'd save a lot of unproductive time if I just say "fuck you, go away."

Luther McLeod said...

SyT, well done.

terrye said...

Forreal, there are some ground rules.

If you think that the current state of affairs is the fault of Israel... fine. Say so, but try saying in a little more respectful way.