Sunday, October 19, 2008

It's Official...Barak And Livni Are Israeli Quislings

Ehud Barak just told Army Radio that he and prospective PM Tzipi Livni are all ready to bend over for the Saudi genocide 'peace' ultimatum:

Israeli leaders are seriously considering a dormant Saudi plan offering a comprehensive peace between Israel and the Arab world in exchange for lands captured during the 1967 war, Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Sunday.

Barak said it may be time to pursue an overall peace deal for the region since individual negotiations with Syria and the Palestinians have made little progress.

Barak said he has discussed the Saudi plan with Prime Minister-designate Tzipi Livni, who is in the process of forming a new Israeli government, and that Israel is considering a response. {..}

"There is definitely room to introduce a comprehensive Israeli plan to counter the Saudi plan that would be the basis for a discussion on overall regional peace," Barak told Israel's Army Radio.

He noted the "deep, joint interest" with moderate Arab leaders in containing Iran's nuclear ambitions and limiting the influence of Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza.

This news should put an end to the stereotype that all Jews are overly intelligent.

The Saudi plan is the one proposed by the Saudis in Beirut in 2002, adopted by the Arab League and tacitly endorsed by Condi Rice and the Bush Administration at Annapolis.

Here it is in a nutshell: the Israelis retreat to the indefensible pre- 1967 borders Abba Eban famously called the 'Auchswitz Lines', give up the strategic Golan Heights and the Jordan Valley, redivide Jerusalem and cut Jews off from their holiest places and throw something like 400,000 Jews out of their homes to creat refugees that Israel will deal with at its own expense.

And that's not all. Not only will Israel not be able to get rid of any of its Arab population in return, but Israel will be required to accept 3 million or so genocidal Palestinian `refugees' in its territory under a so-called right of return and compensate these 'refugees' and their alleged decendents for any losses they claim to have incurred. Th ealmost one million Jewish refugees ethnically cleansed from the Arab world and settled in Israel will have no such recompense.

In exchange for all that, the Arabs promise ill defined 'normal relations' with least for as long as it still exists.

Such a deal.

And if Barak and Livni have any ideas that any of this is negotiable, they're kidding themselves, as the Saudis and the Palestinians have pointed out repeatedly.

And the idea that the Saudis care more about limiting the influence of Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran than they do about jihad against Israel is fairly ludicrous as well.

After all, the chief counterweight in the region right now to these forces is Israel. And the last thing anyone truly concerned about Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran would want to do is to weaken Israel fatally.

For these people, it's about the Jews. It always has been.

The proof of that will come if the Israelis actually are silly enough to propose an alternate plan that only gives the Arabs a mere 90% of what they want and then get turned down.

Meanwhile, the Israelis had better get their act together and force these two out of office before they no longer have a government to worry about..or a country.

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