Comments:Israel elects 18th Knesset
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You guys got it all wrong, Yisrael is obviously not going to work with Kadima since their leader is an ethnic cleanser. Shahs has the real power here, neither party can form a coalition without them.--18.104.22.168 02:34, 14 February 2009 (UTC)
The nazis win again! But it is the palestinians that are guilty for electing Hamas!!
Actually I think it was the state department that engineered the Fatah coup that forced Hamas to flee to gaza.--22.214.171.124 18:15, 14 February 2009 (UTC)
- Who cares? There was a coup, an illegal one, because Hamas was rightfully elected. But that's western democracy. You see, for "the West" there is no problem that a king remains in power 50 years, only to be replanced by his descendants... Noone is elected, but that is okay, because he is a king. The same thing goes for right-wing fascist lunatics, that stay in power for 30/50 years. Mugabe is evil, but ethiopian Meles Zenwai is a great democrat! Chávez is evil, but Pinochet, Alberto Fujimori and Álvaro Uribe are great democrats! The CIA could stage that coup in Venezuela, back in 2002, removing a rightfully elected Chávez, because that is right... right-wing that is. Sir Mark Thatcher, Margaret Thatcher's nephew, was sentenced to four years in jail (suspended jail, of course!!) and to pay a 500.000 dollar fine, for staging a coup in Equatorial Guinea. But that is good because he is royalty. "The West" is broke, and I don't mean money broke. I mean values... The West has no values. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 13:13, 15 February 2009 (UTC)