reply to post by tristar
It will be of there own consequence that rogue choices have been made without consulting the powers that be.
I do agree with your analogy, but the most pertinent of your explanation is the above.
Though the consequences to lie with the aggressor, this has been going on for over 5K years now and neither side wants to submit their supposed
possession over the area of concern. If the Nuclear thing did or does happen, it would not surprise me, because the ruler's and the PTB's you had
mentioned before do not care about the innocent and unfortunate of such atrocities, the only way that this argument will ever end, and this is what I
see thus far by their actions and rebuttals, is a complete and utter genocidal decimation of either or both sides of the argument.
As for the the "Powers that be" part of your post, "The rabbit runs much deeper in the hole than just them arguing over Providence's and rights
over a territory." There has been some very well informed and involved people that would like to see the people of the middle east finish off each
other rather than spend the $ in an all out invasion to get what the they think they deserve. Whether that be resources or control, it is all a
monetary gain game for these few people, and they are awaiting for it to come to a full blown annihilation of their ethnicities and region. This way
they can be in a safe zone of full deniability with no direct affiliation to the event, "Plausible deniability" is a must in these matter's, and
they are masters at the game of this.
Israel has Nuke's, Iran is being sanction from having anything to do with nuclear possibilities, and that in a nut shell is wrong from the get go.
Now, if one would wish to investigate the way that Israel has managed to attain such massive and destructive military abilities. I ran has watched the
controversy of the Gaza and Palestinian people for some time, and when Saddam Hussein was ruler of Iraq, he was on the same mind set of these event's
being atrocities of the Palestinians and would have retaliated as well. (That was not a defense of Saddam's atrocities, it is just funny that he is
now no longer.)
People will not see all of the cause and effect scenarios because we/us and you are suppose to be analyzing this as nothing more than a controversial
event between 2 creed's of people that despise each other.
And if mention of "Conspiracy" or "Secret Societies" are mentioned, they are declared a lunatic and have rendered themselves to the ranks of
nothing less than a out cast for perpetual opinion's.
I don't want to see a nuclear war, but I believe it is inevitable because of the long heated argument's with absolutely not one honored cease fire
or treaty between the two.
2012 is being kind of obvious, it is just that it has taken thousands of years to get to where it was at today, and the judges on the side line are
licking their lip's and scouring their hands with greed. I don't think I am absolutely positive with these analogy, I don't want to be. But if and
when these middle east conflicts come to head, there is more than meets the eye of the beholder, and it is a very scary picture "THEY" are painting
for our realities, all over the world.