I started this blog because I left Boston to live and work in London for a while, and I wanted to stay in touch with family and friends. I'm back now, but still have plenty of opinions on world news, politics, the media and the absolute craziness that comes from dealing with people. Bring it.

17 January 2006

In a normal world

In a normal world, this story, headlined "Palestinians seek Israeli investments," would make sense. Neighbors. Collaborative economies. Economic growth combatting jihad. I get it. After all, for as long as I can remember, Palestinians worked in Israel in all kinds of jobs until things went south.

But that's the point. Nowhere in this article does it mention, for example, that QASSAM ROCKETS ARE BEING FIRED FROM PA TERRITORY INTO ISRAEL EVERY DAY.

Perhaps next week, Israel will be asked to invest in Iran's nuclear research. And someone somewhere will say that if Israel just does that, then President Crazy will call off the holocaust conference, call Israel a "great neighbor" and the two countries will co-sponsor
Purim festivals every year.


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