Sunday, March 14, 2004

Regarding "Rightist Romanian candidate hires Israeli adviser", Ha'Aretz, March 14, 2004: The former media adviser of our beloved prime minister says about his new employer, whom he alleges to be an ex-anti-Semite ( if ever such a thing existed ): " I believe that he wants to change his bad ways. A woman who forgives a man who has betrayed her remains suspicious." Corneliu Vadim Tudor never betrayed us, as he never owed the Jewish people any loyalty. Paraphrasing Eyal Arad's strange analogy, one might say that he himself is both the man who betrays and the woman who claims to be betrayed while prostituting herself.

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