Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Sarkozy and Land for Peace
Well, Sarkozy was in Jerusalem this week, and standing before the Knesset
he called for Israel to agree to have Jerusalem divided, with half turned
over to the savages. He also called for ethnic cleansing of the Jews
living in the West Bank
These French politicians have long believed that peace could be created by
turning Israel into a sort of Vichy appeasement regime. But now that they
want to purchase peace with land, they may be on to something important.
Never one to back down from a challenge, I have prepared a set of
proposals for consideration by the French people, so they too can achieve
a full, lasting, and just peace with their historic opponents.
First, we all agree that territory must not be annexed by force.
Therefore, we can also agree that Germany has a moral right to demand the
return of Alsace-Lorraine, for the French aggression in 1945 and its
consequent occupation must not be rewarded. "A full withdrawal for full
peace" should operate here. Further, France must agree to the return and
rehabilitation of all ethnic Germans expelled from Alsace-Lorraine after
World Wars I and II, as well as all those they define as their
But this, of course, is just the first step toward a solution, as no
aggression can be rewarded.and France has much other stolen territory to
return. It took Corsica from Genoa, Nice and Savoy from Piedmont; as the
successor state, Italy must get back all these lands. By similar token,
territories grabbed from the Habsburgs go back to Austria, including
Franche-Comt., Artois, and historic Burgundy. The Roussillon area (along
the Pyren.es) must be returned to Spain, its rightful owner. And Normandy,
Anjou, Aquitaine, and Gascony must be returned to their rightful owners,
the British royal family.
Not even this not enough for the sake of peace. Brittany and Languedoc
must be granted autonomy at once, recognizing the Breton and Occitan
Liberation organizations as their legal rulers. This leaves the French
government in control over the .le de France (the area around Paris).
That, however, still does not solve the problem of the Holy City of Paris,
sacred to artists, gourmets, and adulterers. The Corsicans obviously have
a historic claim to the Tomb of the Emperor Napoleon, their famed son, as
well as the Invalides complex and beyond. For the sake of peace, is it not
too much to ask that Paris be the capital for two peoples? The French
authorities must agree to prevent French Parisians from even entering the
sacred tomb area, lest this upset the Corsicans.
The Saint Chapelle and the Church of Notre Dame of course will be
internationalized, under joint Vatican-art historical auspices. Indeed,
the French should consider it a compliment of the highest order that so
many people see Paris as an international city.
The French have nothing to complain of. They will enjoy the benefits of
peace and retain control of the Champs Elysees.
Actually, come to think of it, even the Champs Elys.es may be too much.
Recalling the French position that Jerusalem is not the capital of Israel,
perhaps the true French capital is not Paris at all, but Vichy.