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This is a universal low for the entire universe, created by our Gods and nobody can bypass it, the so called elite or system/matrix we live on, is a system they created inside our system, more like a virus inside a bigger matrix, they think they are in control, but they live in their own dream, until they will be shut : first goes ὓβρις→ἂτη→νέμεσις→τίσις
Delivering the perception of hubris and its consequences, at least as presented in the oldest form, the shape hubris → automatic → nemesis → tisis  we can say that the ancients believed that a "hubris"  usually cause the intervention of the gods, especially Zeus, who sent the abuser to "atin" , that is blurring, blindness of mind. This in turn led the abuser to new insults, until they commit a great a-understanding, committing a very serious error, which caused the "nemesis" , anger and revenge that the Gods that brought about the "tis in" , ie. the punishment and the crash / destruction.
Hadith paraphrased: Palestine will have a 'flag' with 'ALGHOYAH' on it
originally posted by: theultimatebelgianjoke
a reply to: intrptr
And therefore is Israel the only one to blame ...
Ban Ki-moon says wave of violence in Israel and the West Bank 'bred from decades of Israeli occupation'
Israel’s scapegoat problem
United Nations (United States) (AFP) - Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday renewed his criticism of Israel's "stifling" occupation of Palestinian territories, a day after similar hard-hitting remarks by the UN Secretary-General angered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
"After nearly 50 years of occupation -- after decades of waiting for the fulfilment of the Oslo promises -- Palestinians are losing hope," Ban told a UN committee on Palestinian rights.
"Young people especially are losing hope. They are angered by the stifling policies of the occupation."
Netanyahu on Tuesday accused Ban of "encouraging terror" after Ban said that it was "human nature to react to occupation."
Speaking to the UN committee, Ban reiterated that "nothing excuses terror," but added that a security clampdown will not succeed in settling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
The UN chief called for a return to negotiations, saying it was the "one and only path to a just and lasting solution -- an end to the occupation that began in 1967" and a Palestinian state.