posted on Apr, 13 2011 @ 12:41 AM
Originally posted by Xcathdra
reply to post by backinblack
Which said a school bus was hit by a missile. If you want to play semantics we can, but in the end, a missile slammed into a school bus.
Lets put it this way.. Randomly launching rockets and missiles is just as bad as targeting a bus full of civilians. One is criminaly negligent, and
the other is just plain criminal.
edit on 13-4-2011 by Xcathdra because: (no reason given)
You know it's a sorry situation but with the AIPAC Lobby influencing America to always use it's security council veto in the United Nations to block
any kind of 'forced' settlement on Israel the Gazans have little choice but to keep up some kind of military activity to keep attention on their
plight and to keep making Israel pay some kind of price for all the land they have stollen, all the UN Accords and Peace Treaties they have broken and
all the UN Initiatives they conspire with the US to block any kind of just settlement.
Being militarily able to beat an opponent isn't the same as 'winning'. Yes a 100 times better armed Israel has the military advantage. Politically
savy Israelis and Jewish supporters in Western Societies give it a much better Political Advantage too.
That in and of itself though 'might makes right' doesn't make right, and corrupting political processes to favor you doesn't make things like land
thefts, and war crimes and crimes against humanity not land theft, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
It just means no institution can see that 'justice' is served.
Funny how many Americans are asking the Gazans to do something they would never consider themselves, to allow their lands to be stolen, people from
another culture and religion to dictate how they must live, and rule over them with military force and collective punishments.
We wouldn't stand one minute for what the Gazans have had to endure, but with Zionists politics infiltrating every strata of our own media and
government, and religious fears heavily enflamed far too many Americans have either been fooled, intimidated into, or otherwise in a bigoted and or
xenophobic fashion come to believe that the Gazans should not enjoy the same kind of spirit and freedoms we do.
The Palestinians were supposed to recieve 52% of the land per the agreement that allowed zionist and Jewish immigration to be legal to Palestine.
Currently they have less than 12% and that's steadily shrinking.
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