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Dunno-state solution

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Most people think that the best scenario possibly rising from the Israel-Palestine conflict, would be the two-state solution. Agreed, if the future Palestinian State were a sovereign state and not a scheduled series of bantustans, without any freedom and autonomy.
In facts, the issue has been floating above Palestinian lives, and inside their minds, for over sixty years without coming to nothing.
The alleged viable two-state alternative, for Israel and US, contemplates a fake “Palestinian entity”, disconnected, entirely submitted to the needs of the nearest Jewish State. Without arms, nor army, without control over its (uncertain) boundaries and over water resources. A little bit more – or less – than what was designed as the “generous offer” of which they talked in Camp David, with lot of reserves, and maybe some more. And – of course – other contingent obstacles as they please.
That’s not viable, nor acceptable, it’s nothing. I wish I were wrong, but Israeli behaviour, the dishonest brokering of the US, the irresponsible lightness of Europe and the ineffectiveness of the UN – due to the power of veto – don’t make us think anything but that.
Useless, then, would be the resume of a neverending process, that, we can say, is fraudulently destined to implement a “no-state” solution.
Hence, the so called two-state solution seems unfortunately dead and gone. And this happens owing to the last two decades of savage increasing of the settlements, with the indiscrimate violations of International rules made by the occupier. Thus, we could say that the most desirable solution was killed, or brought to suicide by the State of Israel.
And on the one hand, it’s not important what the mainstream is willing to accept, in theory, if it’s not even thinkable. On the other hand, it’s arguable that the alternative one-state solution would be a walk in the park.
Rather, it’s a hard one-way path toward the sole solution that somehow, as of today, has been left alive.
And sure will take a long way. As a matter of fact, there is nothing but hope, that indicates it should be less painful than a slow and bloody not-so-cold war.
Maybe it will lead to the slow death of the Zionist project. Maybe. But I don’t think that the radical Zionist dreamers will have to blame anyone, more than themselves, or the irresponsible choice of their leaders. Moreover, I think the short sight of a lobbying activity without frontiers will require, if possible, even more time.


Written by pipistro

June 14, 2012 at 4:34 pm

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