European foreign ministers are threatening to recognize a Palestinian state "to punish" Israel for not being good little Jews.
Here’s all you have to know about Europe, aside from their populations in recent generations trusting such leaders as Hitler, Stalin, Mussolini, and Franco, when their elites are not giving Nobel Peace Prizes to terrorists such as Arafat, while inventing the modern political concept of "appeasement" but calling it "peace" instead of surrender. And so now they want to recognize the Palestinian dictatorship. No kidding! After all, these Europeans are the children of collaborators and cowards. (The Warsaw Ghetto resistance lasted longer than the French army that surrendered after 28 days,)
Here’s all you have to know about the morally hollow Europe of 2010.
The most popular Flemish word of the year is "Tentsletje," or tent-slut, "a word for a woman who has multiple sexual partners at a music festival, a popular summer pastime for young people in Flanders."
Here’s another new word for the anti-settlement Europeans, as picked in a survey of 20,000 Belgians: "Knoflookcrisis", or garlic crisis, "the popular term to describe the threat of euro zone contagion caused by highly indebted southern European countries such as Greece, Spain and Portugal."
No, I don’t care in the slightest if a Tentsletje is "troubled" by Jews living in a settlement.
And here’s a little history lesson for those who think the settlements are "illegal," and ever were so, instead of this illegality being a recent invention of the Tentsletjes.
After the Arab military attempt to annihilate Israel in 1967 ended in failure, with Israel liberating Judea and Samaria, areas where Jews lived before the Arab ethnic cleansing of Jews (from the 1920s through the 1940s), no UN resolution or foreign minister in the world, outside the Arab axis or the Soviet dictatorship, said anything about all of Israel’s liberated areas being illegally occupied.
Before the ignorant and arrogant approach of the current administration to stop any Jewish building on the West Bank or Jerusalem whatsover, UN Resolution 242 suggested that Israel withdraw from "territories," not "all territories," not "the territories," but territories, a clear declaration that not all territories occupied by Israel beyond the 1949 cease-fire lines were illegal, inapproproate or even unwise. And Resolution 242 also suggested that the withdrawal from a limited section of territories, be done as part of an overall peace package, not as a pre-requisite for negotiations, not something to be dictated by Obama who acts as if the League of Nations put him in charge of the old British Mandate.
The Tentsletjes don’t like settlements? Fix the Knoflookcrisis and then we’ll talk.
We’ll talk about Israel’s morality, right after we talk about Switzerland legalizing incest.