posted on Oct, 6 2012 @ 02:16 PM
Just like with 9/11, Israel had the most to gain. Look at what their false flag has accomplished towards their goals. The US is now on board with
them, invading and killing their enemies. They are trying to do the same thing with Iran as we speak, yet people are so afraid they will be called an
anti-semite, they don't want to say anything. Anyone who is a Jew, and would use that argument anytime they are disagreed with, is nothing more than
a manipulative moron. And this manipulation has been used even by the Israeli government.
I've had a couple of experiences with both Israelis and Arabs, where politics were being discussed. This was at Texas A&M not too long ago. They were
not together, but I heard what both had to say at different times. This was before I really despised Israel for their hypocrisy and actions, and it
wasn't long after this that I began to research and change my mind. But anyway, it was the Israeli students who talked violence and killing, while
the Arabs were the ones advocating a more "democratic" solution to their problems. This is coming from a people who got screwed out of their land
too mind you.
And I have heard other people say they have experienced the same thing here on the forums. Yet so many people are blind to the real enemy. But I also
think that Islam is a threat to world peace, on a whole, so this just screws up my world view even more. I am also convinced that Muslim doctrine
teaches things that threaten peace around the world, yet this group of people were so friendly and made much more sense than I ever would have
imagined. So I don't know how I can reconcile these differences in my beliefs, but those have been my experiences thus far, which have led to my