The great humorist, Jerome K. Jerome, suggested many years ago that, “… we all love peace, but not peace at any price.” Peace is only a reality between states that are rational and can in time become friendly towards each other. Today leftists and all those who shout out the vacuous phrase, “peace and justice,” have turned those once noble words into soiled and tarnished rags.
They have become the very folk who, through one of life’s supreme ironies, shout down dissenting voices and thus become guilty of the very violent behavior they claim to oppose. The universities and colleges have become hotbeds of radicalized students who chant slogans of peace and justice yet howl down invited speakers with whom they disagree. Free speech withers on today’s university campus while tenured professors, smiling indulgently, espouse the monolithic message of the Left, which tolerates no disagreement.
That word, “peace” has permeated the democracies for decades and flowed from numerous pulpits. But despite untold forests cut down in order to produce posters, books, banners, placards, and learned tomes calling for peace, there is less peace in the world today and more hypocrites selling it like snake oil peddlers.............
If a nation desires peace with its neighbor, but that neighbor
implacably rejects peace, then any imposed peace process from outside is
nothing more than a handmaiden to futility or worse. The peacemaker
often creates a catastrophic erosion of security for the peace-loving
nation, which because of its peaceful intentions is the only party that
is then leaned upon to make endless and one-sided concessions to a
belligerent enemy. Such has been the curse of the peace process for
Israel in its attempts to survive relentless Arab and Muslim aggression...................To Read More.....