posted on Jun, 21 2014 @ 11:38 AM
Fault finding in the Middle East?
Where to start? Where to start?
Mr. Obama? Naah...lots of problems existed before he was even born.
Mr. Bush (the shrub)? Naah... lots of problems existed before he was even born.
Mr. Clinton? Not him either.
Mr. Bush (the shrubs daddy)? Pre dated him, too.
Ah, hell, let's go back to George Washington... Huh...not him, either. Weird...
The Middle East has been a blood bath waiting to happen for thousands of years. ...and God knows there's been lots of blood spilled. Religion.
Now, have the actions of outsiders helped? No. No. ...and, No. Hell no, even.
To attempt to blame one individual for this generational morass is just plain idiotic.
Bush? Either of 'em... Hardly.
Obama? Please. The dude is helpless on matters involving anything outside of Chicago politics.
No one person, or even entire peoples, can lay claim to the "fault". It's much too large a problem for that.
Realize this, folks, the fault lies with anyone who has poked his/her nose into the business of the Middle East for what ever reason.
Religion. Resources. What the Hell ever.
We all share, to a greater or lesser extent, the blame. As do our parents. ...and theirs. ...and so on down through the centuries.
Instead of attempting to lay blame, why don't we attempt to come up with a solution? Won't that be different?
Or, just leave it alone, and the folks in the region will solve it one way or another themselves. Given the level of hatred? It'll all end in
silence. The silence of the grave.