Wednesday, January 02, 2013

'Final Solution' news

In the last few days the Jews have started floating trial balloons on what are the most likely first stages to ending the 'Palestinian problem'.

"Likud politicians call on Israel to annex Area C":
"Israeli annexation of the West Bank’s Area C – where all settlements are located – received public support from two high-ranking Likud politicians on Tuesday evening, Public Diplomacy Minister Yuli Edelstein and MK Ze’ev Elkin.
“Lack of Israeli sovereignty over Area C means the continuation of the status quo,” said Edelstein, as he spoke about an area of the country that is now under Israeli military control. “It strengthens the international community’s demand for a withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines.”"
"Likud hardliner suggests paying Palestinian families to emigrate from West Bank":
"Hawkish Likud Knesset candidate Moshe Feiglin on Tuesday outlined a plan to pay Palestinian families $500,000 each to emigrate to the West. He was speaking at a one-state solution conference in Jerusalem

Citing polls that showed a majority of West Bank Palestinians want to leave, Feiglin, considered among the most hawkish members of the Likud party slate, said that some of the budget Israel currently allocates towards security and defense could be used to pay Palestinians to emigrate.

“The State of Israel is paying 10% of its gross national product every year to maintain the two-state solution and the Oslo Accords. It’s paying for separation fences, Iron Domes and a guard at every cafe,” Feiglin said. “With this budget we can give every Arab family in Judea and Samaria $500,000 to encourage it to immigrate to a place with a better future.”

Feiglin went on to say that because of the low birth rates in Western nations, they will welcome immigrants who “know how to build.”"
"Likud minister and two party MKs say they want to annex the West Bank":
"Speaking at the conference, the second of its kind in under a year, Public Diplomacy and Diaspora Affairs Minister Yuli Edelstein said applying sovereignty to the West Bank would send a strong message to the international community, which overwhelmingly supports the two-state formulation.

“We would say loud and clear that we have the right — we applied sovereignty. Looking ahead, we can start searching for ways to co-exist. Of course we recognize that another people lives here and we need to find a modus operandi for living together,” he said.

Edelstein and two other Likud MKs who addressed the several hundred conference attendees in Jerusalem’s Bayit Vegan neighborhood said that the annexation of the West Bank should be conducted in stages to blunt the international blowback from the move.

“I am always in favor of starting with a step in the right direction rather than sitting on my hands and not to do anything because I can’t demand everything I’d like to demand,” Edelstein said.

The far-right may attack a piece-by-piece approach to annexation, fearing that if Israel only annexes certain parts of the West Bank it could create the impression that it gives up on the other parts. Yet a slow approach is the only realistic chance to eventually attain sovereignty over the entire West Bank, the Likud legislators said.

Likud MK Zeev Elkin, who chaired the outgoing governing coalition in the Knesset, said Israel should take a page out of the Palestinian playbook, advancing piece by piece while never renouncing any of its territorial claims.

“The time has come for us as the state of Israel to start acting in exactly the same manner. We will try to apply sovereignty over as much as we can at any given moment,” he said.

He added that opposition could be worn down by the pro-annexation crowd repeatedly promoting its agenda.

MK Yariv Levin advocated a slow but steady de facto annexation of the West Bank, mainly by expanding existing settlements and taking whatever steps were possible to apply laws on Jewish communities beyond the Green Line.

“In this way, we will try, slowly but surely, to expand the circle of settlements, and to afterwards extend the roads that lead to them, and so forth. At the end of this process, the facts on the ground will be that whatever remains [of the West Bank] will be merely marginal appendages,” he said."
"Feiglin: Pay Palestinians to leave West Bank" (my emphasis in red):
"Zeev Elkin proposed imposing sovereignty in the Jewish-populated areas first and then in the Palestinian areas. "
"Likud MK: Annex West Bank, consider citizenship for Palestinians" (my emphasis in red):
"Knesset Member Tzipi Hotovely, one of the leading dissenting voices in the Likud faction opposing the policy adopted by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said Sunday that the territories should be annexed to Israel.

"Israeli law should be applied on the Judea and Samaria region," Hotovely said during a conference in the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya and stated she did not rule out granting citizenship to Palestinians.

 The MK explained that "Judea and Samaria are a part of the land of Israel," and blamed the Palestinians for the failure of the political process. "We strongly wish to get a divorce, but the other side doesn't want to separate."

Hotovely told Ynet later in the evening, "It's unthinkable that Jews in Judea and Samaria would live under occupation and under a military regime. The distorted policy, which states that every construction permit must be approved by the defense minister harms the most basic rights.

"It’s time to lift the question mark over Judea and Samaria and view the people living there as citizens with an equal status. Thinking ahead, strategically, we should consider granting gradual citizenship to Palestinians based on loyalty tests.""
So there you have it:
  1. unilateral Israeli annexation of the lands which contain the settlements;
  2. pay-offs to some of the Palestinians remaining within these lands (the Jews have for years as part of a systematic long-term plan, using house demolitions and forced transfer, reduced the Palestinian population within Area C to relatively small numbers);
  3. 'magnamimous' granting of Israeli citizenship to those Palestinians who want to stay and can pass a servility-to-Jews test; and
  4. the uninhabitable bantustan remainders of Palestine will be left to whither away, with eventual application of Israeli law to those lands as well.
Jeff Halper and Jonathan Cook predicted exactly what was planned, including the legalese employed to allow the Jew-controlled media to provide excuses for it.  In fact, I fully expect it to be spun as a humanitarian operation.
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