Originally posted by Rocketman7
reply to post by Rocketman7
Lets suppose that Israel stalls on this deal, we need just remind them that 20,000 dollar babies are being born there as we speak.
So, census, qualification for inclusion, land sales to those included what if it takes 10 years to get the second installment? What if they are really
slow moving? Would you believe, that there may be dare I say it, Jewish bankers, who might buy your second installment, for a slight profit and give
you a cash buyout of your paper.
They will issue you a disbursement, providing that they earn interest. They will collect from the government when the paper is due.
I know there are other trouble spots so if you cannot agree to terms for those spots you had better carve those areas off and put them in escrow.
And set a time-line for binding arbitration on those trouble areas.
Israel as a nation, must not have competing interests within its nation regardless of WHO lives there.
Which means religious sites are not for sale. And it also means though that Israel has a land use plan.
And that is how they would distribute purchase rights according to their plan so if its slated for parkland, f''getaboutit you cannot have your farm
in the park if that is the land use specified.
And yes at all times in this it will seem as if Israel has all the rights. Well as the nation who will be granted stewardship, it is their right to
manage it according to their standards. Like any other country in the world.
I am not going to put thumbscrews on them to convince them that they have to do things like speed up the transactions. So that is why the day of the
census, that is the last day of qualification.
What if you aren't a resident but are in a foreign jail?
All Palestinians will be given the right, to give their portion awarded to those people.
You know what I'm saying? If they are so important to you as a people and they are unjustly imprisoned, in your eyes, then by all means share your
win with them.
Personally I am not looking for ways to make this issue last forever.