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Probably some of his neighbors as well, but apparently there were secondary explosions signifying weapons storage in his home/office area, as well as a tunnel beneath.
...but apparently there were secondary explosions signifying weapons storage in his home/office area...He shouldn't have put his children at risk like that.
Correction: His FOUR wives were killed and ELEVEN of his children. Five or six children were unhurt. Still a biologically successful specimen.
How can this situation achieve stability if they continue to breed like this? Even if they succeeded in taking the whole of Israel, they would, sooner or later, outrun the food and more importantly, the water supply. Then they would have to fight someone else.They are in what is known as a "Malthusian Trap". And we will be sucked in to it like a Black Hole. I do not see a way out of this peacefully.Anon.
How can this situation achieve stability if they continue to breed like this? Even if they succeeded in taking the whole of Israel, they would, sooner or later, outrun the food and more importantly, the water supply.It is a little known fact that most of Palestine is on welfare from the UNRWA. John Derbyshire wrote a good article over at Nationbal Review detiling the options the Palestinians have and why he thinks expulsion is the best option - for us. It was the first article that informed me that the Palestinians are *all* on welfare. I remember John Hagee mentioning it in one of his newsletters, but he never explained where the welfare was coming from. Derbyshire's article is good, please read it.
GREAT ARTICLE. Derbyshire writes very well. "Why don't I care about the Palestinians? It is, of course, wrong of me not to care. It can't be much fun being a Palestinian. You, or your parents, or your grandparents, ran for their lives in the 1948 war. You — and/or they, plus a couple of generations of uncles, aunts, siblings, and cousins — have been huddled in some squalid refugee camp ever since, living off UNRWA handouts. ("UNRWA," by the way, stands for "U.S. taxpayer." But you knew that!)."I read Derbyshire with pleasure. He writes so well. Thanks.
Fascinating article, I appreciated in particular the perspective on AIDS in Africa, although depressing. Even with infinite resources, these problems may not be fixable.The Palestinians, however, might be suffering from another problem: perhaps the competent ones might just get up and go, to the USA, Australia, Canada, wherever; there are now quite large diasporas. Maybe the ones who are left behind are not their most capable people.I think the same phenomenon affected the Scots and Irish in the past, and is affecting white South Africa right now.Probably, it is also a source of anxiety in Israel. Am I right, J? Or do your best and brightest feel motivated to stay? Anon.
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