posted on Oct, 30 2011 @ 06:08 PM
reply to post by dontreally
My opinion is that the statements made by the General are no different than what some other nations military leaders (usualy retired) are saying from
time to time. I assume he is retired? Is that what "(res)" means?
U.S. military leaders have said similar about U.S. policy and related NATO operations.
This is simply more fuel for the whole world war machine and for the U.N. debate over Palestine statehood.
Of course they know people will start re-blaming Iran soon enough for supplying Gaza.
I have always wondered why Israel, with all its' might, hasn't leveled the area by now.
Obviously that's not in their game plan .... or it would have happened by now.
This is just another rebel rousing speech to help rally the waning support.
Also, what does the fact that Arab countries "expelled" Jews from the lands and filled Israel in the 20th century have to do with Israel invading
Gaza? Was there a genuine "expulsion" or were there incentives? Perhaps some incentives prior to Israel establishing the State?
Strange how the mandate after WW1 is still riddled with question marks after 90 years of bickering.
History is thin on true details as usual.
you have much knowlege on these subjects.
make a few more direct citations in addition to your writings.
not everybody is familiar with history's details.
and maybe lighten up just a little .... your points may get a better opinion.
edit on Oct-30-2011 by xuenchen because: (no reason given)