The Bibi and Blair show, which was featured [credulously] by PBS's NOW show last week, resumed today in Haaretz, discussing ways to improve
one side of the Palestinian economy. Netanyahu has the nerve to tell
Blair that the West Bank Palestinians could have more economic
advantages if they were more cooperative with Israel. How much more
subservience does he want from these people before he condescendingly
gives them his Shock Doctrine neo-conservative economic "benefits"?
One great irony is Netanyahu's promise to Blair that Israel would
take action to facilitate the launching of a new cellular phone network
in the West Bank by the end of this month. Wouldn't it be interesting
to find out if Cellcom was somehow involved in all of this?
Maybe NOW can interview Blair, again, after all of this inevitably fails, and show his Nathan Thurm-like explanations.