Wednesday, March 18, 2009

We want the land, not the people


Uzi Arad: “It is territory we want to preserve, but populations we want to rid ourselves of”

Here's Uzi Arad, the guy who banned from the US on security grounds, and advisor to Netanyahu, in an interview with the settler media network Arutz Sheva, on the Palestinians and their territory:
I don’t think that one has to go that far because at the end of the day, I don’t think the majority of Israelis want to see themselves responsible for the Palestinians. We do not want to control the Palestinian population. It’s unnecessary. What we do want is to care for our borders, for the Jewish settlements and for areas which are unpopulated and to have our security interests served well. But also to take under our responsibility these populations which, believe me, are not the most productive on earth, would become a burden. We want to relieve ourselves of the burden of the Palestinian populations - not territories. It is territory we want to preserve, but populations we want to rid ourselves of.

Here he is in the flesh (brace yourselves):

Of course, not that long ago, someone wanted to 'relieve [them]selves of the burden of the Jewish populations - not territories' too, but stop right there! That's NOT the SAME THING AT ALL: the Zionists are Chosen and Nazis were doomed.

Uzi is the kind of racist who'll dispute this allegation on the basis that: 'but it's TRUE, they [whoever] are NOT the most productive on earth!' Strangely enough, people like Uzi remain a strong anti-dote to anti-Semitism because their very existence proves that super-hawkish Zionists are human beings like a everyone else: flawed and capable of anything. The Nazis were human too.

If this guy is the wannabe-face of the 'Judeo-Christian' alliance, I think I'm gonna be sick...


At 6:18 AM, Blogger Frank Partisan said...

That's quite open.

At 1:17 PM, Blogger Gert said...

Seems to me the arch-Zionists like Arad are now so confident they don't feel the need to hide or disguise their intentions.


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