[W]atch out for a certain reporter/worldbeater, friend of Saudi royals, ... da, the anti-zhid himself, Thomas Friedman. . . . Commissar watched his Discovery Channel television show last night. Is on again on Monday, 8 PM. . . . He and that Palestinian hottie, Diana Butto, are chatting, oh-so-earnestly, about "one state solution." Da! What if Palestinians say, "No problem. Israel exists. From Jordan to Mediterranean. All of historical Palestine. Is good country. We fly Star of David flag over our homes. NOW GIVE US VOTE."
You see Comrade Sharon, then is all over for you. If you give them vote, in few years majority Palestinians vote to make many changes. Many, many changes. Not limited to flag, da?
Now, there are a thousand reasons why the one state solution will never happen -- not the least of which being that Israelis have long seen where that path leads. And Israel and the U.S. have successfully kept the one state solution off the table (indeed, out of the room) for the last 20-or-so years.
It's intringuing, however, that certain Palestinians are starting to push the one-state solution again. And, frankly, clever. The one-state solution has resonance in Europe. It also has some gut appeal: why not one state, one person, one vote? What's so important, the scientific-rationalists among you may say, in keeping Israel as a Jewish state?
Well, I can think of a couple reasons: it's in the United State's best interest to preserve its only sure ally in the Middle East. It's also critical that we never forget that Israel is the final refuge for the Jewish people. The first reason, however, may change. And I fear that the second reason -- despite exhortations -- is being forgotten.
Expect the "one state solution" to reappear on the negotiating table, if the latest incarnation of the road map fails. And that is not a good thing for supporters of Israel.
*The Commissar is satire.