reply to post by Dan5647
Israel's right to exist? What about Palestine's right to exist? Do you know what nation existed there before Israel? I'll give you one guess...
What about Israel's nuclear stockpile?
So let me get this straight..
Israel can have nukes, and bomb others' lands, raid their lands, bomb their infrastructure, kill and capture their families, and exist in land that
is not theirs, and it's all in the name of their existence and their defense..
But the second ANYONE in the Middle East responds, and launches that counter attack, or captures Israelis, or bombs Israeli land, they're
Is the whole Middle East supposed to submit to Israeli needs and wants? Is that how it works? Is that what the world should be like? If you're
supported by the United States, you can have anything you want, and it doesn't matter how many innocents die - but if you aren't supported by the
US, and you don't submit to the world domination goals of the US, then you're a terrorist and you can be killed and paraded on national TV like a
worthless sack of garbage?
Israel constantly bombs others' lands, backs coups, meddles in other nations' affairs, has nuclear weapons, and threatens it's neighbors, and
they're the good guys? Because Middle Eastern nations want to defend themselves, which supposedly is what Israel wants to do, they're terrorists?
How about we stop being such damn hypocrites? Who the hell said Israel can have nuclear weapons while others are shut out from having them? Who the
hell said Israel has a right to exist, but Palestine doesn't? Who the hell said Israel can launch military offensives at whomever they choose, and
those targeted cannot respond without being labeled terrorists?
You people need to get this completely fabricated view of the world out of your head's. The United States and Israel aren't the chosen rulers of the
world. Everybody doesn't have to submit to the power of those nations. Everybody doesn't have to go along with what those two say. Believe it or
not, they have a right to defend themselves just as we do.
We stay out of their politics, we stop occupying their land, we stop bombing their families, and we start talking to them, and we start trading with
them, and we start recognizing their existence and their basic rights as human beings, and perhaps we'll start actually accomplishing something in
the peace department rather than the war department.
Until then, WE'RE the terrorists - not them.