posted on Apr, 18 2015 @ 11:35 AM
a reply to: pikestaff
a reply to: Connman
Providing an other example of a problem is interesting if you want to illustrate another problematic situation.
Providing an other example of a problem to make a problem looks like a normal situation is pathetic.
You probably consider that walls have been part of the normal process going along with human civilization : when the humans became sedentary, walls or
fences became mandatory in order to prevent the cattle from running loose. Then city walls, even the great wall of China, the Atlantic wall and the
Maginot line, the Berlin wall, ... Most are now obsolete, dismantled or irrelevant. Have the places they once 'protected' abandoned all hope to live
in peace, or is it just that they don't need them anymore ?
Why do you need a wall ? To prevent the problems you don't want, or have no apparent interest, to solve ? Your interest into a specific problem
should rely on your ambition to avoid the side effects of it's 'cure' as well as its original symptoms - but for that you must have an interest
real in peace.
Why build a wall to protect yourself and, at the same time, put in place a harassment policy :
The operational logic behind terrorizing Palestinians