Tuesday, April 30, 2002

Henry the K. is starting to find it difficult to find a country to travel to where he can feel safe from arrest. It's interesting that the type of laws and ways of looking at butchers are so new that the butchers are only now starting to be concerned. Will the example of people like Pinochet and Henry the K. be enough to change the behaviours of butchers of the future? Are we now seeing a reaction in the Israeli cabinet over the U. N. investigation of Jenin that may have something to do with personal punishment for actions taken by the Israeli government? After all, Peres and Sharon are old and not likely to ever face the music, but there must be some younger cabinet members who foresee never being able to vacation or travel outside Israel again without fear of sudden, unpredictable arrest and permanent detention?