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War a Default Situation Resulting from Irreconciliable Differences - Coalition Failures

Reader comment on item: Give War a Chance
in response to reader comment: Accordingly, What are the Implications for an ISRAELI VICTORY?

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 20, 2021 at 16:11

In the context of perennial hostilities, we are drawn to the myriad challenges of and against Israeli sovereignty, which in its completed form is the Israeli Victory that this forum contends is the ultimate goal.
And yet, even in the lulls where now, rocket fire from Lebanon and retaliatory missile strikes are commonplace and near misses of potential collateral hosted military missions from abroad are at risk, war is still the messaging and will remain so for the foreseeable future.
The coalition government has shown its naiveté in is inability to make the component parties work in unison, instead showing the foibles and inconsistencies of irreconcilable differences as results of a fool's errand in thinking a minority collaboration will work as well as a true collaboration of positive intentions that serve a majority mindset of solving issues that affect the majority of the people served.
This is the unenviable situation the Bennett-Lapid connection finds itself in.
Victory is still beyond the horizon; even détente cannot be seen here.


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