The Line between Paranoia and Pragmatic Pessimism

I trust I can convey the point in the few minutes I have left to write this…

Some known kinds of implementations of a revolutionary idea include gradualist activism vs. one-step activism, moderate vs. radical. Here’s another: more pessimistic vs. less so. One example should suffice.

Assume private Jews are buying off non-Jewish owners of entire swathes of land at once. A strong case can be made for purchasing outlying settlement areas first (e.g., lower cost). On the other hand, the Nazis in government will greatly hesitate to expel Goyim, but not Jews, of course. Perhaps it’s expedient to leave the Druze (who prefer Israeli sovereignty because of living conditions) to protect the Golan?

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