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Tuesday, March 24, 2009


Posted by JewishRefugee

Recently, I was reading the U.S. National Security Doctrines for the past 227 years and found interesting quotes from the George Washington’s Farewell Address, that said,

"Nothing is more essential, than that permanent inveterate antipathies against particular Nations, and passionate attachments for others, should be excluded; and that in place of them, just and amicable feelings towards all should be cultivated."

In other words, “the nation's "interests," rather than sympathy or resentment, should determine the direction of our foreign policy." Francis P. Sempa

But if that occurred then it would promote,

IMPORTANT: "Facilitating the illusion of.... imaginary common interests, where no real common interest exist."

The reason I mention this,

First, this document is the first out of eight National Security Doctrines.
Secondly, it seems that Israel has done so many mistakes because it was not in Israel's National Interest. (Surrendering Sinai, Oslo I and II, ongoing surrender to Iran because of the "passionate attachments" to E.U., U.S., and U.N.)

George Washington was right that National Interests is the key otherwise the Nation would exist in the state of "illusion...imaginary common interests, where no real common interest exists."

Israel is living in an illusion (Peace with Egypt and Jordan? Moderate Fatah? U.S. is going to protect Israel from Iran?)

It is time for Israel to realize that its National Interests are the priority and they are at stake.

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