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In light of the sadly deleted diary about the Israeli Government Trying to Bribe Children to Inform on Friends, new news has come to light about the children striking back and bribing the government. This time, the well-heeled brats are seeking information on their parents and the government is all too willing to oblige.

Not surprisingly, right wing Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu is at the center of the scandal. Along with his American counterparts, Team Defend Cast Lead (known on Daily Kos as Team Shalom), Bibi was seen shaking down a young boy for more money to carry out the boy's dastardly plan:

When news of this story came to light, the Zionist-dominated American press refused to cover it. But luckily Gilad Atzmon and others who have broken through the media silence were able to share the news with us.

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The people who are protesting today, both Jews and Palestinians, have chosen a different way. They are tired of the same old rotten kids bribing the same old slimy politicians that has occurred over the last 40 years. If the Israeli and Palestinian governments are serious about wanting peace, then they need to encourage transparency and free us from the brats that always stomp their feet and pay off grownups to get their way. After all these years, our politicians have failed us -- they have not come up with a solution to this conflict. It is time to try a different way -- by reporting everything that happens and starting from the bottom up.

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Originally posted to Red Sox on Mon Mar 14, 2011 at 11:16 AM PDT.

Also republished by Team Shalom.

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