It is clear that this poll is doctored. The results very much depend on wording and "two state solution" is sterile and sounds beautiful. Nevertheless it is orwellian language, coined by public relations experts. First of all it contains the word "solution" and we all want solutions to our problems, aren’t we? Especially we want to “resolve” the PA problem. Then it contains the word "state" and we all associate "state" with security and strength. "Two" is double the wished for security and double the imaginary strength. That one of the proposed states aims to be a nazi style Judenrhein, “free” of Jews, is not mentioned. What this terminology does not say is the forced deportation and ethnic cleansing of Jews from Judea and Samaria on a massive, WWII-like scale, guaranteed resistance, possible civil war and a breakdown of Israeli society for generations: the end of Israel as we know it. What the two state solution expression doesn't say is kassams and grads and who knows whats falling on the whole length of coast-line, from Ashdod to Haifa on a daily basis, as we've already seen in the Gaza-belt. Children peeing in bed and underperforming in school, empty incoming ElAl planes falling on the Ben Gurion tarmac. So, Israel would be forced into a series of cast-lead type operations, exasperating international relations and further enstrangering the comfortably-living diaspora. Forget about Aliyah, waves of emigration would follow at a panic rate. All in all, the “two states solution” is a good and indeed secure recipe for Israel's complete and final destruction within five years of implementation, G-d forbid.
- This is talkback # 5 on "Poll: 58% of Israeli Jews back two-state solution"
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