Shimon Peres to Israel: “Close Your Eyes” to ‘Palestinian Violence and Incitement and Embrace Peace’
Shimon Peres, still an advocate of the messianic “Peace Process,” or alternatively, “The Two-State Solution,” recently pronounced: “There are two things in life that if you really want to achieve, you have to close your eyes a bit, and that is peace and love.”
While Palestinian Arabs as young as 15, hyped up on Abbas’s non-stop diatribes of Jew-hatred and blood-libels against Israelis are stabbing Israelis and ramming them with cars whenever they get a chance, Israel’s former president tells us that Palestinian murders just like “love.” Peres explains that we must close our eyes “a bit,” and ignore the fact that Abbas is inciting and idolizing the Palestinian murderers to encourage others to emulate them.
The above-quoted Peres interview shows that the “Peace Process” for leftist Israelis has become a modern-day Golden Calf, akin to false idol-worship, while the “Two-State Solution” support resembles nothing so much as a death cult.
Here are the full excerpts:
Interviewer: “Does Israel have a partner for peace?
Mr. Peres: “We do have a partner. But we have to decide — do we want a partner for peace or a partner for war? I’m speaking about Abu Mazen [Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas]. He talks about peace, he talks against terror. He doesn’t talk the Zionist language, but I don’t expect him to. He has in his police force 15,000 people and they in fact are fighting against terror.”
Interviewer: “Do you think Israel hasn’t done enough to take advantage of this partner for peace?”
Peres: “I’m not going to look at whom to blame. I’m not interested in this. I’m more interested in seeing whom to mobilize for peace. I know peace is hard to achieve. I speak from experience. People come to me and say, ‘You’re right, we need to make peace. You’re right, we need to pay a price.’ But, they say, ‘Why are you paying so much? Why are you so naive to trust them so much?’”
“There are two things in life that if you really want to achieve, you have to close your eyes a bit, and that is peace and love. With eyes wide open, I’m not sure anybody would fall in love, and I’m not sure anybody would make peace. But when you compare what is better, living in peace and living in love, even if it’s not perfect, is by far the right choice.”
Analysis based on this interview:
1. Peres pointedly doesn’t say Abbas is a “partner for peace,” Peres just said he is a “partner.” Nevertheless, Peres wants you to close your eyes to his incitement for murders of Jews to reach a messianic “Peace.” Peres wants no reality scenarios where if Israel withdraws from the ‘West Bank’ it will become an ISIS/Hamas launching pad for katyushas for Tel Aviv’s destruction just like Gaza has become a terrorist rocket base. To take Peres to his logical conclusion, Palestinian Arab rockets into Tel Aviv are “not perfect,” but Israel will be “living in peace and living in love.”
2. Peres is fabricating when
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