What do you do with your sworn enemies?
Why you totally defeat them of course.
The West needs more straight talkers like the Israeli Minister of Finance, Yuval Steinitz. There is only one way to rid oneself from a dreaded enemy that seek your destruction, destroy them before they get a chance to take you out. It won’t be easy, but not impossible. Steinitz has the Tundra Tabloids’ FULL SUPPORT. KGS
March 28, 2010
March 28 (Bloomberg) — Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz said Israel will “sooner or later” have to destroy the Islamic Hamas regime that controls the Gaza Strip, after two Israeli soldiers were killed in the coastal enclave.Two Palestinians were also killed in the Gaza clash on March 26 that was the worst outbreak of violence there since the end of an Israeli military operation in January 2009.“At some stage, and I am not saying if it will be in a month, a year, or two years, Israel will not be able to accept the arming with rockets that are growing more lethal and longer in range, and the establishment of an Iranian Hamas military in the heart of the Negev,” Steinitz said on Israel Radio.Israel tonight will impose a 10-day closure on the West Bank restricting Palestinian entrance for the Jewish holiday of Passover, which marks the exodus of Jews from ancient Egypt. The closure comes as Israel seeks a way out of a crisis with the U.S. over plans to build in east Jerusalem, which have stalled efforts to restart peace talks.About 40 rockets and mortar shells have been fired at southern Israel from Gaza since the beginning of the year, according to the army. Iran backs Hamas and Israel has said that the Persian Gulf state is the main weapons supplier of the Islamic movement.“Israel’s policy of retaliation is forceful and decisive and it will respond decisively to any injury to our civilians and soldiers,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in comments ahead of the weekly Cabinet meeting. “Hamas and other terrorist groups need to know that they will be held responsible for their actions.”