posted on Jan, 6 2009 @ 01:45 AM
War is necessary to the healthy development of any civilization. I like war because it has saved our economy at least 4 times in U.S. history. War has
made it possible for our people to develop to the point where we have IPods and the computers we use here. Sure, we would gladly give up the death and
destruction for only peace and love but then why haven't we? We haven't because if we did someone else would take what we have; land, property, our
War between Israel and Palestine is necessary. The U.S. Government in co-operation with Britain and France saw to that following the end of WWI when
the Allied forces double-crossed both sides during the war by taking financial backing from Jewish bankers in exchange for the land they now posess
and promising the land to Arabs if they helped fight Germans in that region. Which has more value? 10s of millions of dollars, in their time (equal to
billions today), or the lives of the honored dead who spilled their own blood so that they could finally and at long last have their own nation.
As far as U.S. involvement goes these days, we tend to support Israel outwardly with the guise of religious similarity but the fact is that we need
them for a military foot-hold in the Middle-East. We give them those billions of U.S. dollars to maintain that foot-hold because they have no other
allies in the region that they can count on in a pinch. If we left them to the "dogs" every Arab nation in the region would take turns attacking
them until they left, submitted or were exterminated. Israel needs us as much or more than we need them.
The religious truth of Christianity, Islam and Judaism is that they are all siblings of the same religion, Zoroastrianism. We are children of the same
father who argue over his name, teachings and land. To its end, the squabbling will never be. But if it did, it would be because we are all dead.
Nukem! Kill them all! Let God, Allah & Jehovah sort them out. Otherwise, I would suggest a Berlin Wall or a 38th parallel. A quarter mile wide
neutral zone filled with anti-personel mines separating the two nations might work, like separating two children by making them go to their
perspective rooms for a 50 year time out. But who would play the parents?