US jointly funds 180.000 workers in Fatah-controlled PA

«The Palestinian Authority, largely funded by the U.S. and other countries, now employs 180,000 people who are not ready to sacrifice their jobs for another intifada»

Abu Mazen, alias «Mahmoud Abbas» is on the American payrole. Not at all alone.

This is a statement by Abdul Sattar Kassem, a Palestinian political science professor at An Najah University in Nablus.

«There isn’t the morale, motivation or the leadership for another intifada. People aren’t sure what it would achieve. They think they have more to lose».

The Arab Palestinian professor claims there is a huge work force, funded by the United States and European Union that are scared for their jobs.

«We don’t feel the occupation as much» he added, and noted that the Palestinian Authority, largely funded by the U.S. and other countries, now employs 180,000 people who«are not ready to sacrifice their jobs for another intifada».

Palestinians and Israelis point to a weak, fractured Palestinian leadership that has disavowed violence, tight Israeli control in the greater part of the territories, and a budding West Bank economy that has led many Palestinians to conclude that the price of another intifada would be too high.

Source: Los Angeles Time

My comment:

The so-called West bank, is fare less than half the size of the US state of Connecticut.

While the US Government has been busy trying to avoid job loses in the US, the same Government has fueled a « Palestinian statehood» that will never be able to stand on its own feet.

General Motors was the World`s largest car manufacturer up to 2008. It had 244.500 employees in 140 countries.

Now GM has been dethroned by the Arab Palestinian self rule administration in Ramallah.

This is really amazing. Its not at all strange that Hamas wins the «elections». They gain the votes from all the Arab Palestinians who are not employed by Washington….

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