Israeli regime receives first sanction | My Catbird Seat
The ripple effects of the historic UN vote to begin the restoration of Palestinian statehood continue to swirl around the world.
by Jim W Dean
How much of it is acting and how much sincere remains to be seen. But we must all applaud the effort and get ready to defend those that will be attacked by the Israeli lobbies when they feel it is safe to strike back.
Not all of us will go over to the offense at the same time. Not all will understand fully why the political earth is moving under their feet, but they can feel it for sure. I am a good example. I have been really focusing on how best to follow up the UN vote with some serious sanctions movement. But the light just came for me today, that the sanctions started as the UN votes were being counted.
The classic military tactic for taking a bridge is to attack both ends at once, a la the Nimegen Bridge in the great movie, The Bridge Too Far. The Likudist bridge will need a sanctions attack from the outside and Israelis on the inside taking the other end.
Israeli security can only come from the regime change for which Gush Shalom’s Uri Avnery has struggled for forty years now. We have to work together to accomplish this with minimum destruction and bloodshed.
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