michael hureaux perez has a two-state solution to seriously consider. Israel in its present configuration and location, he says, “is just not working out.” Its behavior isn’t suited to Palestine – a bad choice, in hindsight, for a Jewish homeland. Better to “offer the new Israeli government the states of Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas,” where “orthodox Christian populations” that are so enamored of the current State of Israel “should be quite amenable to moving out of the region” to make room for the newcomers. Right-wing preachers like Pastor John Hagee should certainly be capable of explaining that “God has now revealed Texas to be the promised land of Zion.” After all, “If you’ve sold one ‘God gave them the land’ package, you’ve sold them all:
I’m for a Jewish homeland, but I don’t believe it should be in Palestine. Palestine is just not working out. So I’d like to propose modestly that we consider starting all over again, and aid the government of Israel in moving here to the United States. It’s the only practical solution to the problem. Polls tell us that ninety nine per cent of the people of the United States favor Israel in the current Gaza Strip conflict, and given those levels of support, I think it’s time for we over here to start walking our talk. On a strictly moral level, it’s the only right thing to do since, after all, this is the country that refused Jewish exiles sanctuary during the 1930s when it became clear to the U.S. State Department that the Nazis were preparing to launch a mega-pogrom in the ultimate phase of the 900-year-old European effort to exterminate the Jew. So now, it’s time to cut U.S. losses in the Middle East, and move the Jewish homeland here to the good old United States of America, where everybody supports Israel and there are no anti-Semitic traditions like there are in France and other pro-terrorist countries.Filed Under Black Agenda Report, israel, QuiQui, satire
To start, I believe we should offer the new Israeli government the states of Colorado, Oklahoma, and Texas. All of these states have heavy orthodox Christian populations that favor the creation of the State of Israel, so their populations should be quite amenable to moving out of the region they currently live in and maybe relocating to major urban centers like Houston and Corpus Christi. People in the United States believe that dense population has been a character building exercise for the people of the Gaza Strip, so it’s got to be good for people from the United States with our “can do” attitudes and endless optimism.