Thursday, July 23, 2009

Netanyahu Understands Cause and Effect

Security Fence to remain because, y'know... it like, actually provides security.

Here's The Jerusalem Post quote (emphasis mine):

"The security barrier won't be dismantled," he stressed. "I hear people saying that since there is quiet, the fence can be torn down. My friends, the opposite is true. Because we have the fence, there is quiet.
"The separation fence will remain in place and will not be dismantled," Netanyahu said in a speech in parliament.
The most vocal opposition to Netanyahu's speech undoubtedly came from the Arab lawmakers, who called out throughout his remarks. Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin ordered ushers to remove MK Muhammad Barakei (Hadash), who broke loose
and attempted to return to the floor for one last comment - and was grabbed and removed once again. After him, MK Taleb a-Sanaa (United Arab List-Ta'al) was also removed, at which point the other Arab legislators rose and left the chamber.

Other than flat-out liars ("Arab legislators?") , the only people who could actually think otherwise are the same kind of idiots ("Arab legislators?") who would also believe a falling crime rate in the presence of a rising prison population is some kind of paradox.

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