Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Settle down man, you gettin me upset

Playing cowboys and injuns without or only half realizing the losers are really gone is no problem for a kid destined to be a trodden and looked down on underdog, it sharpens the eye for those who think they can cheat the lottery and aim for a winning ticket; last night 2 dutch girls who are gonna be jewish as soon as possible and meantime milked by the rabbi who'll send them to support the settlers again when they scrambled for enough money to go again, were asked by one of the sharpest interviewers Holland has (sharp features too) if they didn't feel like they were entering a sect . ... .. .. ..

Anyway I wrote about all this settlement business as distraction from the more and more global reach zionism has and aims for really .. . hell, these girls were convinced ziomyth no. 1 about regreening the deserts is the truth!!!!!! How naive can you be?

I found the following over at www.freewebs.com/plawiuk

http://www.economics.mcmaster.ca/kubursi/ebooks/water.htm Impacts of Water and Export Market Restrictions on Palestinian Agriculture -------- Agriculture remains a dominant sector of the Palestinian economy. It represents a major component of the economy’s GDP, and employs a large fraction of the population. Furthermore, the agricultural sector is a major earner of foreign exchange and supplies the basic needs of the majority of the local population. In times of difficulty, the agricultural sector has acted as a buffer that absorbs large scores of unemployed people who lost their jobs in Israel or other local sectors of the economy. Palestinian agriculture is constrained by available land and water, as well as access to markets. These constraints have been the object of political conflict, as Israeli authorities have limited available land, water and markets.

In 1967, Palestinian agricultural production was almost identical to Israel's: tomatoes, cucumbers and melons were roughly half of Israel's crop; plums and grape production were equal to Israel's; and Palestinian production of olives, dates and almonds was higher. At that time, the West Bank exported 80% of the entire vegetable crop it produced, and 45% of total fruit production (Hazboun, S., 1986). The agricultural sector was hit hard after Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Thereafter the sector’s contribution to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the Palestinian Occupied Territories declined. Between 1968/1970 and 1983/1985 the percentage of agricultural contribution to the overall GDP in the West Bank fell from 37.4-53.5% to 18.5-25.4% (UNCTAD, 1990). The labour force employed in this sector has also declined. Between 1969 and 1985, the agricultural labour force, as a percentage of the total labour force, fell from 46 to 27.4% (Kahan, D., 1987).

here's something else and I hope close readers won't mind me repeating it yet again: http://leftcurve.org/LC29WebPages/LC29Toc.html Jeffrey Blankfort: Damage Control: Noam Chomsky & the Israel-Palestine Conflict -- More in issues #27 & #28 --- hey, Ode(.nl) fellas, pay attention here!

Song of the Settlers
by Jessamyn West; supplied by Patti Woodard

Freedom is a hard-bought thing-A gift no man can give,
For some, a way of dying, For most, a way to live.
Freedom is a hard-bought thing- A rifle in the hand,
The horses hitched at sunup, A harvest in the land.
Freedom is a hard-bought thing- A massacre, a bloody rout,
The candles lite a nightfall, And the night shut out.
Freedom is a hard-bought thing- An arrow in the back.
The wind in the long corn rows, And the hay in the rack.
Freedom is a way of living, A song, a mighty cry.
Freedom is the bread we eat, Let it be the way we die!


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