Palestinians destroy Israels Apartheid wall / The Future of Palestine

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Vicious, Nov 10, 2014.

  1. #1 Vicious, Nov 10, 2014
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    The Israeli Apartheid wall has been broken through on the anniversary of the destruction of the Berlin Wall.

    Things to take from this:

    1.) Sweden has recognized the nation of Palestine and the Jew Overlords worry that many other nations will follow

    2.) MANY nations already recognize Palestine as a State.

    3.) MANY of the nations that do not officially recognize Palestine as a State (i.e. Western nations) had major protests when Israel was bombing Gaza this summer. There is already anger towards Israel and sympathy towards Palestinians in those nations. Those protesters would love to see the destruction of the apartheid wall. Remember - you cannot kill an idea.

    4.)The decay of Israeli support in the US. It seems many US officials are sick of Israel, and for good reason. But the Gate has only boosted Netanyahu's ego, and the jingoism of his Jews. Other US officials have criticized the anonymous "chickenshit" commentator, and Obama for not kissing Israel's ass enough. People are becoming even more polarized in regards to Israel/Palestine, but those who favor Israel are in the minority.

    I expect to see either the total destruction of Israeli's apartheid walls, or the total destruction of Israel itself within our lifetimes. The former would be optimal, and the movement is gaining momentum. Of course, Israel will fight that movement but it's a fight they're slowly losing. Netanyahu's growing ego will lead him to believe he and his nation are invincible, and it wouldn't be surprising to see him declare an ultimatum on the issue.

    Either the apartheid will end, or Netanyahu will guarantee the destruction of his people. Which would you prefer to see happen?
  2. I'd rather tthem become an allied unified state.

    They are like guppues ffighting over a piece of coral and don't realize there are sharks all.around them

    I'm sorry but what does that imply? I thought this was a discussion forum. Try not to quote an article to make a point, there's no problem with starting a thread with one but part of the fun here is hearing actual people's opinion on said thing. Mind telling me what you think about any part of my post or what you posted yourself?
  5. I thought it was self explanatory and I thought someone as smart as you would be able to decipher the meaning of the quotations.
    Biden said if Israel didn't exist, the US would have to invent it.  In other words, the status quo is just fine according to the US, and given the money the US sends, its veto power and its love affair with Israel in general, the US is as much of the problem as the problem itself.
    Now cool your jets.
  6. "Jailed Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouthi urged the Palestinian leadership to give its backing to "armed resistance" against Israel in a letter published Tuesday as a wave of violence surged.

    The call came after months of clashes in and around annexed East Jerusalem and a growing number of deadly Palestinian attacks by lone individuals.

    In a letter to mark 10 years since the death of veteran leader Yasser Arafat, Barghouthi said that "choosing global and armed resistance" was being "faithful to Arafat's legacy, to his ideas, and his principles for which tens of thousands died as martyrs."

    Barghouthi, who Israeli authorities say led the Second Intifada from 2000 to 2005, wrote the letter from his cell in Israel's Hadarim prison where he is serving five life sentences for alleged involvement in attacks on Israeli targets.

    A senior figure within the Fatah movement of President Mahmoud Abbas, Barghouthi was arrested in 2002 and sentenced two years later.

    Barghouthi has said he never supported attacks on civilians inside Israel and in recent years has thrown his support behind peaceful resistance.

    He still wields huge influence from inside prison and is considered the only serious challenger to Abbas as president, with surveys regularly naming him as favorite to win elections should he be released from jail.

    "It is imperative to reconsider our choice of resistance as a way of defeating the occupier," he wrote.

    With religious tensions also surging at the flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem, a site holy to both Muslims and Jews, Barghouthi urged the Palestinian leadership to take action and make good on threats to end security cooperation with Israel.

    "The Palestinian Authority must review its priorities and its mission ... and put an immediate end to security cooperation which is only strengthening the occupier," he said.

    He also remarked on the circumstances of Arafat's death, saying his "assassination" was the result of "an official Israeli-American decision."

    Arafat died in a military hospital near Paris on Nov. 11, 2004 in circumstances that have never been clear.

    Two years ago, Swiss experts who examined his personal effects reported finding "abnormal" levels of polonium, an extremely radioactive toxin, fueling the widespread Palestinian belief that he was poisoned by Israel. "

    Israel has repeatedly denied any role in Arafat's death.

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  7. Hamas among richest terror groups worldwide – second only to ISIS

    To finance their operations, terrorist groups sometime use methods similar to those used by criminal organizations, such as drug trafficking, robberies and extortion, but also raise money through charities, donations and, in some cases, government agencies, according to the report. A terrorist organization, like any other large organization, has a business model to finance its activities: from maintenance, salaries and trainings, to acquiring of weapons and vehicles.

    The richest terrorist organization today – and in history – is the Islamic State. According to Forbes, the Islamist group, also known by the acronyms ISIS or ISIL, has an annual turnover of $2 billion. Hamas comes in second, with a yearly revenue of $1 billion.
  8. #8 SmokinP, Nov 12, 2014
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  9. I'll mention this article the next time you cry about how poor Gaza is ;)
  10. #10 SmokinP, Nov 13, 2014
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    Hamas have huge support worldwide in their struggle against the religious supremacists of Israel.
    I have and continue to donate myself.

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  11. Good.
    I think Palestine should be a state, and I fully believe that Isreal is the primary aggressors based on their regime. Palestine was a diverse not hostile nation of Arabic culture until Isreal came around.

    Isreal is what is putting the entire Middle East in conflict. From Iraq to Jordan and Syria and Turkey.

    It's a separatist plot. You disperse a huge Arab cultural by displacement, and destroy the sanctity of Islam.
    This is why the Caliphate exists.

    I have no doubt that if the Caliphate were to not succumb to occupation, they would topple Isreal. And no state would do anything about it.

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  12. With the Chinese slowing down the propping of their domestic real estate GDP engine, there will be additional capital to throw around for niche infrastructure projects. Their recent 100% stake in a Mexican rail project was immediately pulled at the impediment of Washington. Surely Washington's agenda includes pushing their disruption into western China as they continue to quell and isolate themselves from the emerging world markets. Russia and the rest of China's Arab trading partners in the region all have a steady eye on the revolts in Pakistan. They are all wondering the same thing: can the frog really be <span>双水煮?</span>
    <span>The trend towards deescalation </span>in Palestine will be shown by a further outward migration of Israelis from their own state. And as soon as Israel allows Palestine to stand on it's own, best believe China will have a significant hand in rebuilding Gaza brick by brick. How can they not? They have been there in supporting Palestine's ideological identity from the onset of their own Cultural Revolution.
  13. hey yuri if you dont mind me asking where do you live? because I knew someone who spoke like that, and she came from a very specific country, and Im wondering if youre living there now...
  14. #14 Vicious, Nov 13, 2014
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    He's Aussie, mate.
    I'm joking, he's from burgerland.
  15. #15 yurigadaisukida, Nov 14, 2014
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    Grew up in Reno nevada, live in Las Vegas nevada

    Pure white with blue eyes and brown hair (I bring tjis up get an idea of the culture I was raised in)

    My mom is a right wing creationist nutjob and my dad is a gay (literally my dad is gay) devout Catholic (and ironically was excommunicated for falsifying documents to become a priest)

    Also my dad and brother are far left.liberals and I was one of them in high school

    I grew up in rural Reno with mmy creationist family, then when I was in.middle sschool, moved to Las Vegas to live with my gay dad (extremely different environment that's for sure)

    I've seen a lot

    I hope that gives you a detailed image of my culture and upbringing

    I wish. Burgers are my favorite food.

    O wait. America is burgerland :D

  16. Must suck to see all those donations go down the drain after $800 million was spent on building underground tunnels that ended up being destroyed during this summer's conflict.

    That and paying for multimillion dollar apartments in Qatar and Dubai belonging to Hamas leaders.
  17. It's my choice, it's my money.

    Can you imagine how the US taxpayer feels having no choice or say in the fact that his hard earned money is paying for a gang of religious extremists to live in a desert in the Middle East ?

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  18. There, fixed that for ya.
    How can you compare US arms subsidies that employ thousands of American workers to funding the second richest Islamic terrorist group in the world after ISIS?
    Is it really genocide when Palestinians fire rockets from densely populated areas and then complain about the death toll when Israel retaliates?
    Possible Darwin award recipients if anything....

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