To be exact:
"If we look toward a one-state solution, which seems to be the trend _ I hope not inexorable _ it would be a catastrophe for Israel, because there would be only three options in that case," Carter said.
One would be to expel large numbers of Palestinians, which he said would amount to "ethnic cleansing." [but ethnic cleansing of Jews is okay in that Jews must leave "Palestine", if it is established and worse, since the Arab population in Israel remains, the liberal Carter has created a homogeneous, uni-ethnic entity]
The second would be to deprive the Palestinians of equal voting rights, which he said would amount to "apartheid." ["amount" or is? there are perhaps 300,000 or more Jews that can't vote for the Knesset either as they are not citizens. maybe they could vote for the Jordanian Parliament, as Jordan is part of "Palestine", and some arrangement is feasible?]
The third would be to give the Palestinians equal voting rights, and therefore the majority, he said. [and if his demographic projections are correct, not that they are, in, say, 50 years will Arabs within Israel be a majority in any case? what then? then do we expell or limit enfranchisement?]
"And you would no longer have a Jewish state," Carter said. "The basic decisions would be made by the Palestinians, who would almost very likely vote in a bloc, whereas you would have some sharp divisions among the Israelis, because the Israelis always have different points of view." [you notice that? the Arabs are, what, monolithic?]
Carter spoke to The Associated Press as his new book, "We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land," was released. [oh, he's making money off of our conflict?]