It turns out that the tape has made quite a stir in Israel, as Netanyahu is about to become PM for the second time. Right-wingers saw in Young Bibi (who then called himself Ben Nitay) a better version of his current self, seen as too accommodating (!) to Obama.
In the video, Bibi says he is 28-years-old and describes himself as an "economic consultant" -- indeed according to Wikipedia he worked at Boston Consulting Group immediately after graduating from Harvard at that time. He was as smarmy then as he is now.
But actually if you listen carefully to what he says, he is arguing that Palestinian should not have self-determination (which would be "unfair" because there are already 21 Arab states) but instead integrate Jordan or Israel. He argues forcefully that Israel is a democracy and West Bankers and Gazans would be given the right to vote in Israel. Obviously this must predate the current Israeli concern about Palestinian demographics, although Fouad Ajami does raise this issue. So, once again, is Bibi Netanyahu advocating a one-state solution?
Here is the video on YouTube. (It will take a little while for YouTube to process the video, so it might not be immediately available.)
Originally found through: Angry Arab.
Update 2: Now also on Vimeo, better quality.