reply to post by Konstantinos
Since I believe you have a supple mind and a working intelligence of some note, I'll understand that you can digest my post and therefore what I say
and said, easily enough. And therefore you will overlook the fact that I have chosen to not post a reply in the pseudo-surgical manner of quoting
posts in the way you chose for yourself, thinking perhaps that I didn't know what I said to you, and somehow needed to be reminded in this delicate
and simple way. Pity your scalpel isn't as fine when it comes to language.
You don't need to spell anything out to me, I have a robust understanding of language and can read well enough without people having to cover the
There is no detrimental effect to Israel if they choose to solve this huge problem and find the accomodation of a Two-Stae solution with the oppressed
Palestinian people. They can only be detrimental to themselves, if they choose to ignore my threat. This is their choice, peace and safety for their
people, or the fall out effects from a work which will only exist when released. This is a matter of the solitary tree falling in the woods, and
whether it makes a noise when no one is around to hear it. If this work were to fall into the worldwide audience through Israel's failure, the tree
will become apparent and its noise deafening. Right now we are in the forest and there is no one around. The question must be posed, though: Do the
Learned Elders of Zion, living just outside the edge of the forest -- fear this tree hitting them or their loved ones? They will cut it down, only
through their own inaction.
I hope I'm being clear here, because I understand that I may be tarnishing these people by writing to them so openly. But I'm desperate for peace,
you see, and when people with such presently perceived power are desperate, they begin to do desperate things. This can also be explained by the fact
that Israel is waiting for something, waiting too long for my liking, nevertheless.
Now, I don't know how you can consider my not knowing your role when I clearly open my reply to you with the words, ..."by you or someone you have
You chose, of all names, to play this Devil's Advocate against an author with the ancient brand of "YHWH2". How dare you disrespect me thus? How
dare do you then suggest that I don't know your chosen role? Do you even realize how disrespectful you have chosen to be with me?
For me the Devil in any form, even a familiar and widely-held dictionary reference, is a thing to be wary about and thoroughly cautious.
You represented him because you chose to think like him toward me as "YHWH2". Did you think that one as accomplished in the ways of this world, am
not aware of his plans and his role in all this? That I would need an impressive avatar-themed response from you about the dangers in all of it for
You chose to play his role when you could have chosen the opposite. Nevertheless, you were neither hindering nor helping my objective, and I stand by
my response as it was a response to the role you chose. After all, you cannot unthink thoughts, although I agree actors in films can be a different
matter all together.
Moreover, I see that you would like it best if I were to unlearn the lessons in the famous work by Descartes, so that I wouldn't be hesitant with
things such as that, you may in fact be, The Nameless One -- in the guise of this flippant attitude of a widely-held description.
From where I stand, and I have sculpted a sturdy place for myself through reading and collecting ancient works of literature -- you are whom I
thought, and the wishes weren't insights as much as threats themselves.
However, I know you will regard important things such as examing this world through the Cartesian looking glass irrelevant, and I can go no further
with someone, when faced with such utter disrespect from them.
Please note I won't be affixing some smilie to get my point across, when I know that you prefer such childish attempts at getting your's across. So,
in finality and in regard to your final, no, it's not necessary, but if you think an apology is necessary for the way you behaved toward me, then it
will fall on deaf ears sadly, for while I may visit the forest occasionally I prefer the desert.
Peace be with you,