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Should Israel really be a Country? texted version 101

 
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11/05/2010 01:01 AM
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Should Israel really be a Country? texted version 101
I'm thinking the problem isn't really the Jews and Arab's ability to get along as good neighbors, there is somebody stirring the pot to make sure it remains just the way it has been for the last few decades. For one thing the money never came through as promised by the instigators.

Can somebody let me know if anybody suggests all Arab refugees (and relatives from 1946+) have a right to vote in all elections?
Most laws would need a vote by the whole of the voting public. We are supposed to have that system in Canada, all constitutional matters have to be voted on by the voters themselves, no substitutions. Give everybody net access and the voters could pay themselves to be the 'elected ones' and the GOV would really be run by the voters so everybody would have to know all the little details about the state of the country ad the state of the world really. Wi-Fi the voters to the extreme, for free if a member of the household took an active role in spreading news about what was going on outside the home..

Other money could make a garden out of the desert to the south of Gaza if they really wanted, money and parts no limit.
Arabs would win easily and all current funding from foreign continues. With an Arab majority the neighboring Nations would be glad to chip in some extra money as longs as both sources had to be on the longer list that Israel blocks today that are called dual-use. All the weapons would be carted off and burned (if they wanted to play the Bible version it would take 7 years lol).

So I vote yes but one where the majority rules according to international standards and commerce is some product other than death and destruction for all who wander there.

BTW The ones who started the real drive for a Jewish homeland in the last 100 years is the Rothschild clan and they have about $500T in their 'vaults' that is just from excessive usury over many centuries, kind of like a big savings bond for the citizens of the world that can be cashed in at anytime the mob says so ...sorry, John Q. Public.
Then there are the 'hard assets' that is where the real wealth is and people do like to do things when they have a few coins in the pocket.
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Re: Should Israel really be a Country? texted version 101
true dat. All it takes is a couple of puppetmasters to pay a few people off to stir up shit and bam, you've got war. It only takes a very few individuals to change the world.

Governments are reactionary entities that act on emotion and make rash decisions at critical moments. impersonate an old guy, lose more freedoms, that sort of thing.
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Re: Should Israel really be a Country? texted version 101
Governments are reactionary entities that act on emotion and make rash decisions at critical moments. impersonate an old guy, lose more freedoms, that sort of thing.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1123488

Do you think the Rothschild group almost let England bite the dust at the beginning of WWII just because Lord Balfour wanted that pesky human rights thing put into protect the rights of the people (Arabs specifically) living there?

If they wanted their own country why not throw lots of their money at it instead of cheaping out, of yeah they're cheap to the extreme

That would seem to be a case of 'do it my way or I will perish you as a Nation'. Perhaps the world should donate Madagascar to them as their one and only home,lot better treatment than they dished out.
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11/05/2010 01:21 AM
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Arabs were able to get Israeli citizenship for a period of 36 years and there are 1,000,000 Israeli Arabs and they vote in all elections, elect their own political representatives in Israeli Parliament and want NOTHING to do with a proposed Palestinian State. There are Arab cities, with Arab mayors, Arab policemen in the state of Israel.Druze and Bedouins(the authentic natives of Trans-Jordan) serve in the IDF and are among it's most aggressive combat troops gaining many honors in it's wars.

There are infiltrators that keep the pot stirred. The return of Arafat was a European sponsored event not a domestic Arab one and when Arafat backed by Globalists declared a Palestinian Autonomous zone MILLIONS of Palestinians lost their high paying jobs and Jewish customers for their businesses and plunged every Arab who didn't already get Israeli citizenship into extreme poverty.
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Re: Should Israel really be a Country? texted version 101
Arabs were able to get Israeli citizenship for a period of 36 years
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1152182

What does that mean exactly?

Emotions aside the two documents that have authoritative signatures for this situation is UN 181 and UN 273. A quick glance at them and the actual condition in the area are more than a little apart. One would think that if some people claimed the 'right to return' after many centuries then they would have to admit the ones who lived there a few decades ago would have that right also. Having an Arab majority would still see the human rights documents that everybody has agreed to so it isn't like they could make refugees out of the Jews without world condemnation, an effective one where complaints don't get a veto.

For the actual size and natural wealth the whole place shouldn't need more than a few sling-shots to defend it, especially with large donations from the Banksters.

Tell me why each Palestinian shouldn't be a millionaire several times over? (not that Jews should be very much below them but the land was to be pyrchased and even in a stale economy something called the Holy Land is going to fetch a high $, so what not like some couldn't afford it without breaking themselves.





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