Tuesday, December 02, 2003
Israel asks Secretary Powell not to meet with the authors of the Geneva "Accord". If something like Geneva was to take place between private Americans and [insert terrorist state here], they would be prosecuted under the Logan Act. Considering this fact, listen to what Powell has to say:
Mr. Powell says the talks would not contradict Washington's support for the internationally-backed "road map" peace plan. But he says he should be able to meet with anyone who has ideas toward achieving peace.It's enough to make you sick. But hey, if that's not enough, find out exactly what happy pro-peace festivities occurred at Geneva at the signing ceremony (via LGF).
"The road map's first basic phase has been substantially rejected as the Israeli government has ignored mild American objection and continued to colonize Gaza and the far-reaches of the West Bank and to build an enormous barrier wall on Palestinian land," Former American President Jimmy Carter said.To borrow from Michael Moore (bear with me!): We like nonfiction and we live in fictitious times. We live in the time where we have fictitious politicians that negotiate a fictitious peace accord. We live in a time where we have a man sending Israel to its destruction for fictitious reasons.
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