posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 12:55 AM
reply to post by Snarl
It's going to take someone stepping up and being the "bigger man". Someone with egalitarian principles/beliefs needs to take a stand and stop the
human rights violations to start with. Anyone who thinks bulldozing neighborhoods and stealing land because some kid threw a rock, or some nutter blew
himself up on a bus, is a nutter themselves. The Hatfields & McCoys feud, seeing each other as nothing more than infidels and goyim, has grown old.
At the moment Israel is the only one with nuclear weapons; so, being the largest "threat" in the region, they are going to have to be the ones who
take that stand unless another nearby country can finish the m.a.d. equation. Once that happens the chance to prove what nation is truly
benevolent, if any, is up for grabs.
The real issue Israel faces (addressed in the video) is that... it's easy to be the bully on the block when your "dad" is the town judge, jury, and
executioner; however, it's growing more likely that they may lose that support as years pass. Financially, things in the U.S. are looking worse by the
day. With unbalanced budgets and increased deficit spending the national piggy bank is broken, and Israel is no longer the necessary strategic ally it
once was (before we had other viable military bases in the region, and discovered new oil reserves here on this side of the globe). The scheme of
tossing a relatively financially-stable Israel a few billion a year in aid, so that AIPAC can toss back a few million in campaign donations to
parties, isn't sustainable.
People around the world are growing more and more tired of social, economic, religious, and political hypocrisy. The circle/cycle of hatred and
violence is absurd, and needs to end. Time is ticking, and the gravy train is running dry.
edit on 10/25/13 by redmage because: (no reason