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Submitted by Abu Nudnik (Canada), Aug 17, 2010 at 18:38

What's most ironic is that internationalism cannot exist without the state because internationalism means relations between states.

Avram Burg has always lived in a dream state. "There must be peace," he once fatuously stated, "There must be peace because Israel needs peace like it needs air." Needs don't make things happen. He seems to be constantly escaping deeper into whatever dream offers him the peace he dreams of no matter how unrealistic and contrary they are in actuality.

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