One of my favorite pieces of pulp is the Claremont Review of Books. The latest issue features two great contributions by Victor Davis Hansen which, happily, you can read by following the link. One is on our illegal immigration problem while the other is part of a symposium of short commentary on what to do about Iran's nuclear program. In the latter, he predicts:
The Israelis are stymied, at least temporarily. The fear of a second Holocaust will make them act at the eleventh hour, though they know that most of the world would sigh in relief—and damn them in the morning papers.
Isn't that the absolute truth?