reply to post by Rocketman7
So basically at the time I worked it out based on land area, and population, to arrive at a land value for the transaction. Which if you are a
scientist you might realize that its a relative deal in that the actual amounts are not the most critical thing and are negotiable, but the formula is
the important diplomatic point.
For instance they get citizenship.
So then we assume they will continue to live there only now they will have a lump sum of money, and one in the bank to be paid later.
So I considered that if the one lump sum could be used to buy back their land, then the second lump sum could be used to allow them to acclimatize.
And find employment create employment for themselves etc.
So then economically through a tax base Israel benefits.
So from the Palestinian perspective, they get more money at one time then they have ever seen before.
They get to keep their land, their house, their life is unaffected by the transition for the most part.
And being citizens are granted the same rights and its a very industrious nation of hard working individuals who enjoy a good level of income and
pleasant comfortable life style compared to sitting in the sand in the sun penniless.
From the Israeli perspective, the disputed land is no longer disputed, the Palestinian state forgotten, unless they want to make it in Gaza. And the
heart of Israel, now becomes part of Israel and they are given the land.
The price they pay to the Palestinians is a price derived by setting a reasonably cheap price per acre.
On the total area. All acres being of the same value in this deal.
So Israel gets the land, but must pay for it, but gets a reasonable good deal. Then, they have to give the same deal to their new citizens as part of
that deal, and allow them an option to purchase the land they forfeited.
And they use the money they are given to buy that land and cannot get money from people in other countries and buy up huge tracts of land or anything
If they are a family, they can pool their money and buy enough land to farm. From the money they are given.
After the time has lapsed that they are given to decide if they want to buy back their land, then the rest of the world other Israeli citizens may
purchase any land in that region, the government permits them to.
But now you see it is at market value. And owned by the government.
So the government can then make a small profit selling the land to its citizens. And recoup the costs.
Since there is more land, than there are Palestinians in residence.
So basically their patron the US, needs to cover the Israeli gov't to the tune of 30 billion, and some neutral bank will hold the money for the
Palestinians for their second lump sum payment.
So essentially if it does not go in a calm orderly manner, then the second lump sum, may be withheld.
The people themselves, the Palestinians, have the option of trying to go to Gaza if they don't want to be Israeli citizens. They will probably get a
Palestinian state there. And so you would think that would be a great solution but do the people who live in Gaza want them to move there? But these
are their brothers! Their cousins! But do they want them to homestead on their land?
You see at a point to solve this we have to arbitrate. And use binding arbitration, since we have to make decisions since the decision might not be
made unless someone makes it.
You see if the Palestinian people cannot even go to Gaza, then surely they have to realize that economics, and feeding your family should be your
priority, and not national pride which gives you nothing but an empty belly when you are dirt poor. So they should go for the money for peace deal
with land option and that will give them security and a future.
There is no future for a Palestinian State inside of Israel. And what is the purpose of it?
To say well how would you like it, if you were an Olympian, living inside a Titan Atlantis?
Or an Olympian Afghanistan, surrounded by a Titan galaxy of smaller countries.
I know what the issue is at the heart of it now. This doesn't just go back a little ways it goes back to Atlantis.
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