- Any one of the 22 Arab countries that unfortunately plague this earth.
- The United States, where the Arab loving Obama, yemach s'hmo v'zichro, has a unique opportunity to show how much he loves them.
- Any country in Jew-hating Eurabia.
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Already A Fifth Column
MK, Danny Danon (Likud) had a revelation today that he wanted to share with the country. Apparently, Mr. Danon has come to the conclusion that "Israeli-Arabs" are "slowly turning into a fifth column". (It's always nice to see bright young people in leadership positions.) On an unrelated note, I'd like to apprise Mr. Danon of some of my own obvious observations. Circles are round. Triangles are pointy. You can't get a decent hot dog in Israel. The Israeli-Arabs aren't 'slowly becoming a fifth column'.
"Israeli-Arabs" were a fifth column long before Mr. Danon was born. There's a difference between "slowly becoming" and "being". "Slowly becoming" implies that we have time to attend to the problem and the luxury of exploring different options. We don't. "Slowly becoming" exposes Mr. Danon as yet another politician, too afraid to diagnose the problem and too close-minded to propose a solution. This isn't a new phenomenon. The Israeli-Arabs were cancerous from the start. Today, they are a full blown malignancy. Every Israeli-Arab is a danger to join a terrorist organization or to stab a Jew to death. They all hate Israel.
Mr. Danon recommends that the state deal with the problem systematically. What does he propose, forcing them to attend seminars on basic Zionism? Danny is a smart fellow. Merely commenting on the obvious benefits no one. Failing to propose a concrete solution renders him as guilty of burying his head in the sand as he accuses the ephemeral "state of Israel".
The only solution is the Torah's solution for dealing with the enemy. An aggressive treatment which requires faith in G-d, and a go-to-hell attitude when it comes to dealing with the goyim. Fortunately, it's a painless treatment. (Unless of course you're a self-loathing Jew who loves Arabs.) The Arabs have to go. Elsewhere. Out of our country, willingly if they want, or at the other end of a gun if they choose to be obstinate. Here are some places they can relocate to:
They don't want them, you say? Neither do I. In the meantime, the big-mouth politicians can keep their histrionic outbursts to themselves until they're ready to step up to the plate.