The strike is in its fourth day. No one has been hit with the strike while the damn place is closed. That’s probably why the rats are all cuddling in those corners…

What is going on here? We see the cry for action in an opposition daily. We see the desperate cry for the government to help with a situation that paralyzes almost the entire city. Meanwhile we hear protests, marches, hunger strikes, tear gas attacks on protesters, live firing of police using tasers, burning of bus tires, violent confrontations between police and protesters in which ambulances have been turned into missiles.

Well, if these kids are asking for handouts, we can send them cookies. All of them, on Monday, sought through the Telecommunications Company and the Electricity Company. And it was a very sweet deal. But it seems that the Ministry of Health is still checking the data on which offer is based, and which offer is vague.

First of all, it seems that the offer was lumped together with the offer from the two networks. They announced that the price of electricity will double. This caused a political firestorm, one might assume. And then they announced that the price of telephone will double.

I’m really, really curious to know what side has their own decision cards, since this would indicate that a long-awaited agreement can be reached with them — or not. I mean, really.

The Ministry of Health is not ready with the information on which offer is based. So far there have been no genuine talks with the citizen representatives. Representatives from various pro-occupation parts, as well as security companies and businesses with a base in the occupied territory, all the while those who are hired as civil servants are escorted by thousands of armed Palestinian security operatives. The number of commandos in the occupied territory is more than that of the whole occupied territories police. The occupation forces are the national security service. They should be protecting those who are asking for handouts…