posted on Apr, 6 2006 @ 05:03 AM
Western society likes to spout off about democracy, human rights, etc. So what about Israel? In all honesty I feel that supplanting the Jewish
population in the Middle East was one of the worst decisions ever made.
Ahh - the legacy of Hitler and WW2 continues to this day.
I am abhored by what happend to the Jewish people in Europe, but 70 years later, the actions by the Jewish state are no longer acceptable. I don't
think its because of who they are that they are hated, but what they do. They are oppressing and have been before I was born, and entire country.
Remember the whole ordeal in regards to Syria imposing it's will on Lebanon, and the outcry from the international community? What is the difference
here? Isn't Israel doing the same thing? The State of Israel (Read: Regime, not people) is for the most part responsible, along with the U.K., for
the current geosocial atmospehere in the region.
Millions of people died; how does that give them the right to the land of another Nation? One would assume that they would be good neighbors at the
very least, not the case.
The way I see it, Iran wants nukes because of Israel, Saddam wanted them for the same reason. Due to these desires (that were fueled by Israel), we
are in the current situation we are in.
If it comes down to it, let them fend for themselves. They are highly religous, they say they are there by Gods right, so let God figure it out. Not
my fellow country men.