Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Oslo Peace Criminal Sentenced to Seven Years

Knesset sentences Shimon Peres to seven years of hard labor as President of Israel.

ISL –Jerusalem
For years right-wing Israelis have been trying to get their hands on one of the most notorious peace criminals the world has ever known – long time Israeli politician Shimon Peres, also known as "The Israeli Dorian Gray".
Peres is considered to be the architect of the disastrous Oslo Accords, a building, so to speak, which has collapsed more than once on its wretched inhabitants. Some sources point out that over a thousand Jews have been murdered since the accords were signed, while more than triple that number of Palestinians have been killed in their attempt to fulfill their part in the agreement – murdering as many Jews as possible.
Peres was rewarded the notorious Nobel Peace Prize, conjointly with the deceased international terrorist Yaser Arafat and murdered Israeli PM Yitzhak Rabin, for making life as miserable as possible for Israelis and Palestinians alike.

After years of futility, right wing parties finally got their wish –

in a near unanimous vote the Knesset decided to sentence the 83 year old Peres to a full term of hard labor as Israeli President. The term will last seven whole years with no time off for good behavior. As Likud leader, Bibbi Netanyahu, the mastermind of this brilliant political maneuver put it: " there is no way out of this for Peres , except death."
Peres meanwhile seemed in good cheer and denied having any regrets: " I would do it all over again if I had to. I only did what I thought was best for the country, and for myself, though not necessarily in that order," Peres said.
Peres faces a grueling schedule of plush banquets, meaningless ceremonies, and countless, pointless duties. As one observer put it: "If being President doesn't kill him from the sheer boredom of the thing, if not the physical effort, than nothing will. At least we will find out once and for all if he is human or not."

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