posted on Jan, 25 2012 @ 03:45 AM
I have given up on trying to pick sides on any world affair, being related to my country or not, being related to my beliefs or not.
I see countries marginalized, and others supported. Some left to oblivion, others chased away like the plague.
Personally, I don't care any more about what countries do or don't, all I hope is that somewhere near the future, this historical and religious crap
ends. Who hurted who first, who made what, who said what, who believes in what book... It's all pathetic.
You can't rule a country on religion and propaganda alone. People need food and stable family surroundings to develop. Israel, and most of Middle
East countries, don't seem to care about a future. It's only about the next date or prophecy in their books. It's amazing the genius, yet naive
move that the people who wrote holy books made. They were vague enough in order for their followers to grasp their beliefs for hundreds and thousands
of years to come.
Keep adding hate, and it will never go away. Right now, the memory of WW2 is still present. We have movies, and witnesses, documentaries and constant
bombardment from the TV, trying to teach us a History line that isn't complete nor fair. It fails miserably, because it does not teach the mistakes
in History made by all of us, it only carries on the success, disregarding the loss against the light of glory and victory.
But fast forward into time, and in the future, the Holocaust will be remembered the same way we remember the first jew stories. It will be one more
excuse for murder, from all sides. It doesn't matter where you stand on Israel, you have to admit that the victim (being really a victim or not,
doesn't matter), in order to get peace and justice, must not continue to push forward hate and motive for murder.
It's time for the Israeli people finally realize their place in the world, and look forward instead of looking into the past for justifications.
A child is only an adult when it stops behaving like such. Israel should learn from such modest teachings.