November 23, 2007

No need to be amazed, Ms Glick!

In yesterday's Jerusalem Post, the usually pre-eminently well informed Caroline Glick writes a longish analysis of the United State's stance regarding the coming "peace" conference hosted by the Americans at Annapolis.

For heaven's sake, do *I* have to tell Ms. Glick that the American's were never friends of Israel? How many times did America mulct Israel of the fruits of their many wars? I am sure Ms. Glick read The Secret War Against the Jews: How Western Espionage Betrayed the Jewish People by John Loftus and Mark Aarons? It is not that what she writes weren't true. I am just amazed that she is amazed. At least that's how she sounds.

Almost two years ago I wrote: "I pray for the man [Ariel Sharon] whose image still shows shades of the young war god who sent the savages flying and whom only treacherous American intervention could keep from victoriously parading through Cairo at the head of his tanks and whose "Sharon Manoeuvre" is taught at war academies all over the world ever since."

He is sorely missed.