posted on Jul, 17 2014 @ 05:37 AM
a reply to: khnum
Negotiations usually work when one has something to negotiate with - which the Palestinians don't have. With regularity now Israel seems to think
its OK to carry out a human cull in the vain hope these people will emigrate and go away.
They won't do this because they come from the ancient Phillistines so one could argue they have every right to that land.
I cannot believe we are actually allowing people to claim 'biblical inheritance' in this day and age its beyond the law or common sense and moral
justice. One could also look at it as probably the Western governments did, as a means of getting rid of a troublesome group of people after WW2.
The Jews have been in and out of that land a few times but do we take the precidence that because my ancestors once lived here, I want this land back.
The whole world would be in a terrible pickle if this type of claim were legal and followed through.
Also, not to put too finer a point on it, everything about trhe ancient Hebrews was borrowed from other cultures, and their then priests adapted it to
sujit their then purposes as though it were their own history. Their so-called ancient beginnings are a complete hotchpotch from other cultures and
many of their so-called heroes were Egyptian with followers from the Jewish community that left Egypt. Further if you couple this with the Ashkenazi
immigrants and converts, then the Phillistine claim could well be thought of as purer.
But today its all because Israel is a strategic post for the USA military into the ME, it obviously tests weapons for the USA and any other arms
supplier, as well as being a good spy on its neighbours - as indeed they spy on Israel. However it won't be long before the words "War Crimes"
get sounded and the whole sorry business, of which my government at the behest of Rothschild started, will have to be dealt with because we don't
want other countries carrying out culls because Israel gets away with it without criminal proceedings. People forget the wider repercussions of this