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Tamer San
06-28-2006, 12:01 AM
While you people are drooling in front of T.V watching World Cup, Porn or American Idol we the people of Palestine are being bombed heavily from Israely Air Forces, Sea Forces, tanks and what ever any other force they've got. Gaza Stripe is going down in this very moment, Ramallah my home town, and where I am living now, is soon to follow...why do we have to live in this missery every day? And when we die all what the world got to say is what a shame, we are sorry but Israel has the right to defend its self...but when an Israely dies all we get is blames and being called terrorists...WHY FOR ****'S SAKE?!

Nasty Plasty
06-28-2006, 12:05 AM
While you people are drooling in front of T.V watching World Cup, Porn or American Idol we the people of Palestine are being bombed heavily from Israely Air Forces, Sea Forces, tanks and what ever any other force they've got. Gaza Stripe is going down in this very moment, Ramallah my home town, and where I am living now, is soon to follow...why do we have to live in this missery every day? And when we die all what the world got to say is what a shame, we are sorry but Israel has the right to defend its self...but when an Israely dies all we get is blames and being called terrorists...WHY FOR ****'S SAKE?!
Because some terrorists(Probaly French) decided to play with building blocks and knocked down the twin towers. George Bush threw a fit because he spent 2 hours building them so he sent the troops and blamed the Pakistan dudes because the French are sissies. So now while I watch porn, you guys get bombed. I say, call of the troops since we already won the f*u*c*k*i*n*g war!

Finglonger
06-28-2006, 01:22 AM
what you just said CB..has no relevance whatsoever.

I dont understand either...mostly what I dont understand is how a race of people that underwent mass genocide at the hands of the nazis can turn around and do it to another group of people. I don't understand how they can justify seizing someone elses property, how they can break up families, how they can push entire groups of people outside of their ancestral homes..when the same thing has been done to them throughout history.

Unfortunately this has always happened, it always will happen until humanity has exhausted itself. it will just manifest itself in another part of the world each time, and in each instance one side will ask themselves why it had to be them.

MystiKal
06-28-2006, 01:26 AM
While you people are drooling in front of T.V watching World Cup, Porn or American Idol we the people of Palestine are being bombed heavily from Israely Air Forces, Sea Forces, tanks and what ever any other force they've got. Gaza Stripe is going down in this very moment, Ramallah my home town, and where I am living now, is soon to follow...why do we have to live in this missery every day? And when we die all what the world got to say is what a shame, we are sorry but Israel has the right to defend its self...but when an Israely dies all we get is blames and being called terrorists...WHY FOR ****'S SAKE?!
Didn't you guys start it first way back when?

Loyal Arcanine
06-28-2006, 01:47 AM
Why? Israel just wants to be boss in that area. The slightest act from Palestine that Israel interpretates as against them causes retaliation from Israel with big weapons. Obviously this only gets the Palestinians more angry, so their hate towards Israel grows and suicide bombings will continue. Seems like something with positive feedback to me, though I've never seen a situation in which positive describes a more negative case than here.

Either way Tamer, our thoughts are with you, despite the world cup and porn and American Idol. Take care.

Incongruity
06-28-2006, 01:59 AM
what I dont understand is how a race of people that underwent mass genocide at the hands of the nazis can turn around and do it to another group of people. I don't understand how they can justify seizing someone elses property, how they can break up families, how they can push entire groups of people outside of their ancestral homes..when the same thing has been done to them throughout history.
That is exactly what I believe, but whenever anyone says it, they are being anti-semitic. Personally, I love the Jews as individuals, but when the Jews mutate into that zionist conglomerate mindset that consumes the global population of Jews, that is disgusting. When the beast that is Hebrew nationalism consumes a Jewish person, it is absolutely horrendous. That person becomes blind to any criticism, fact, or reason.

And VT: No. Arab nationalists were actually THE most tolerant to Jews "way back when." They were the most enlightened, the most advanced, and basically the most everything. Of course, I can't say the same about the non-arab non-jew inhabitants of Israel (sorry Tamer). Nonetheless, the Jewish takeover of Israel was completely unjustified logically, and absolutely traitorous ethically. Basically, imagine if the government of Mexico became incompetent, so millions upon millions of Mexicans jumped the border, until more than 300 million Mexicans had came in. The only legal justification being that Britain and France allowed it to happen. That is the equivalent of the Jewish invasion of Palestine.

Kabuki
06-28-2006, 02:13 AM
Bush is an Idiot, and I didn't vote for him. I want him to be impeach but for some reason the rebpublicans reelected him. So I don't know what to say.

Other then that I don't know how this relates to us?

Pika57
06-28-2006, 02:30 AM
This has nothing to do with Bush. At all.

I don't know much abotu the situation over htere, so I won't comment.

All I can say is i hope that Tamer is alright.

Kabuki
06-28-2006, 02:34 AM
I don't think we can do anything about it. I've learn that we just need to keep our noses out of other people business. So I hope your ok, but we can't do much but try not to be so judgemental about palastine.

Seawolf
06-28-2006, 05:09 AM
Bush is an Idiot, and I didn't vote for him. I want him to be impeach but for some reason the rebpublicans reelected him. So I don't know what to say.

Other then that I don't know how this relates to us?

It relates to us in that people are stupid.

Tamer, I really don't know what to say ... I wish I could console you, but I can't. I've never experienced what you are going through now. :sad:

DaRkUmBrEoN
06-28-2006, 09:44 AM
Me personally, I want to see the Palestinians kick Isrealian parliamentle butt. Be it on a World Championship Football or not.

Just as said before, the reasons why there was a Isrealian state made in the early 50's, is because the 'winners' felt obliged to do something, but they couldn't give them a patch of land of their own. So basically they swept them to a place with good religious artifacts, so that they were close to home. However, Palestinians were already living there, and who cares who was fugitized by them centuries ago.

My case... Either share like good decent people, or the last one in should get the heck out of there. There's enough place in Siberia to live in...

Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion. I'm not an extremist whatsoever, and I have a lot of Jewish friends, so....

Seven
06-28-2006, 02:04 PM
The israelis want that kidnapped soldier back right?

Hm.
I don't get why you people just don't go sit and talk and solve this without being total b*tches :susp:. Honestly, why can't people be more reasonable.

Pika57
06-28-2006, 02:06 PM
The israelis want that kidnapped soldier back right?

Hm.
I don't get why you people just don't go sit and talk and solve this without being total b*tches :susp:. Honestly, why can't people be more reasonable.

They try that. The problem is extremist groups do what they think is best.

Seven
06-28-2006, 02:09 PM
They try that. The problem is extremist groups do what they think is best.

Hence the without being total b*tches & reasonable part.

Kabuki
06-28-2006, 03:20 PM
Me personally, I want to see the Palestinians kick Isrealian parliamentle butt. Be it on a World Championship Football or not.

Just as said before, the reasons why there was a Isrealian state made in the early 50's, is because the 'winners' felt obliged to do something, but they couldn't give them a patch of land of their own. So basically they swept them to a place with good religious artifacts, so that they were close to home. However, Palestinians were already living there, and who cares who was fugitized by them centuries ago.

My case... Either share like good decent people, or the last one in should get the heck out of there. There's enough place in Siberia to live in...

Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion. I'm not an extremist whatsoever, and I have a lot of Jewish friends, so....

Sounds like the US and the Native Americans.

TDD91
06-28-2006, 05:41 PM
Im on the side of the Palestinians here, it isn't fair to keep innocent women and children in jail, so they did something far less worse, by taking just one person, however Israel, and the British media, have twisted it into the Palestinians eing the "Baddies"

Thrall
06-28-2006, 06:48 PM
All a bunch of stero types to me. A great man, a man who was born in Iraq sayed and I quote, " Don't judge other peoples race when only a few people did something wrong. Just because I'm from Iraq that doesn't make me a terrorist." I have to agree with G.L.O.W.

Kenny_C.002
06-28-2006, 07:26 PM
I'd have to say that I've never been in this situation and thus cannot pass judgement upon it. But I do have to say that you're right, it's just that there's so much hatred that things like this break out. It's tragic that this has to happen also.

Ah crap, this is too serious a topic for Other chat.

Seven
06-29-2006, 02:41 PM
Of course, none of us can have a truly objective view on what's going right now, but to me, Israel's recent actions are a disgrace. Sure, they want their soldier back - and they have every right to want him back. But the force they are using and the suffering they are causing are ABSOLUTELY out of proportion! Like...using all that army power against civilians?! Bombing power plants WTF!?

Obviously the palestinians should give that soldier back immediately, no doubt about it, but it seems like Israel is completely overreacting.

If only women were in charge, things'd be so much better in this world :S.

Daniella Defines Divinity
07-17-2006, 06:35 PM
I know this is a pretty old topic, and I'm not sure if everyone knows since media coverage in America isn't exactly that... objective, but the situation has gotten a lot worse, and I'm worried about Tamer, he hasn't been online in ages and no message in the leaving thread... =/ Anyone seen him or spoken to him recently? I just want to know if he's ok

DaRkUmBrEoN
07-17-2006, 06:39 PM
I know this is a pretty old topic, and I'm not sure if everyone knows since media coverage in America isn't exactly that... objective, but the situation has gotten a lot worse, and I'm worried about Tamer, he hasn't been online in ages and no message in the leaving thread... =/ Anyone seen him or spoken to him recently? I just want to know if he's ok
As far as I know, Ramallah, where Tamer lives iirc, hasn't been under heavy fire.
With that said, one wrong bomb could blow our friend's only way of communicatin with us up.

I've also been wondering how he's doing, but I've got no relatives in Palestina, so I can't ask >,< Way to spread out across the world...

And yeah, America's biased in favor or Isreal. Can't blame them with people like Hamas and Hezbollah on the other side.

Incongruity
07-17-2006, 07:20 PM
I think it's time to launch a pre-emptive strike on Israel. Everyone more-or-less knows that Israel has had nuclear weapons (and has been one of only three to six nations building UP) for the past few decades. Not only that, it's clear that Israel is actually willing to use excessive force (come on, was this justified at ALL?). There's a nation filled with religiously motivated people, they have WMDs, and they're clearly waging wars of aggression. Formula for destruction anyone?

And crackas please. The car bombs of todays are the tarring-and-feathering practices of 1776.

Dakota
07-19-2006, 01:25 AM
Bush...I want him to be impeach but for some reason the Americans reelected him.

*fixed

Seven
07-19-2006, 10:42 AM
Bush...I want him to be impeach but for some reason 50.73% of the Americans reelected him.

*fixed

DaRkUmBrEoN
07-19-2006, 10:46 AM
Bush... I want him to be impeached, but for some reason 50.73% of the Americans reelected him. Luckily, he'll be gone in a few years.

*fixed.

Loyal Arcanine
07-19-2006, 12:06 PM
Bush... I want him to be impeached, but for some reason 50.73% of the Americans reelected him. Luckily, he'll be gone in a few years. Unfortunately, he'll be replaced by somebody just as stupid or even worse.

*Fixed.

Surly Professor
07-19-2006, 06:48 PM
STFU about Bush already! It's completely irrelevant!

I've stayed out of this thread long enough.

You guys say this is all about the captured Israelis.
Wrong. That's just the straw that broke the camel's back.
This is an assault on Hezbollah & Hamas, who have vowed that they will not rest until Israel is utterly destroyed. And they've been chipping away at it day by day by brainwashing their most desperate people into becoming human bombs.
I support Israel in their goal of protecting themselves by destroying these organizations.
These dispicable cowards who use hospitals, food kitchens, & primary schools to shield themselves, and send their women & childen to suicide bomb their enemy. They will stop at nothing to kill the Israelis, so it's about time the Israelis took a stand against them.

They may be the 3rd strongest military power by statistics, but they're 1st in my heart.

The way they wage war impresses me to no end.

On June 5, 1967, Johnson had imposed an arms embargo on the region (France, Israel's other main arms supplier also embargoed arms to Israel). By contrast, the Soviets were supplying massive amounts of arms to the Arabs. Simultaneously, the armies of Kuwait, Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq were contributing troops and arms to the Egyptian, Syrian and Jordanian fronts.

Israel was alone, but its military commanders had conceived a brilliant war strategy. The entire Israeli Air Force, with the exception of just 12 fighters assigned to defend Israeli air space, took off at 7:14 a.m. with the intent of bombing Egyptian airfields while the Egyptian pilots were eating breakfast. In less than 2 hours, roughly 300 Egyptian aircraft were destroyed. A few hours later, Israeli fighters attacked the Jordanian and Syrian air forces, as well as one airfield in Iraq. By the end of the first day, nearly the entire Egyptian and Jordanian air forces, and half the Syrians’, had been destroyed on the ground.

The battle then moved to the ground, and some of history’s greatest tank battles were fought between Egyptian and Israeli armor in the blast-furnace conditions of the Sinai desert.

After just six days of fighting, Israeli forces were in a position to march on Cairo, Damascus, and Amman. By this time, the principal objectives of capturing the Sinai and the Golan Heights had been accomplished, and Israeli political leaders had no desire to fight in the Arab capitals. Furthermore, the Soviet Union had become increasingly alarmed by the Israeli advances and was threatening to intervene. At this point, U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk advised the Israelis “in the strongest possible terms” to accept a cease-fire. On June 10, Israel did just that.

By the end of the war, Israel had conquered enough territory to more than triple the size of the area it controlled, from 8,000 to 26,000 square miles. The victory enabled Israel to unify Jerusalem. Israeli forces had also captured the Sinai, Golan Heights, Gaza Strip and West Bank.

People called it divine intervention, I call it a marvel of modern warfare.

I <3 the Israelis



Tamer: sorry dude, wish you well.

DaRkUmBrEoN
07-19-2006, 06:53 PM
Just noticed....
Tamer was on yesterday.

Seven
07-19-2006, 07:33 PM
Technically this thread was only about the Israeli actions in Gaza, but now that there is also fighting going on in Lebanon I think it can be drawn in the discussion.


I've stayed out of this thread long enough.

Uhm...thanks?


You guys say this is all about the captured Israelis.
Wrong. That's just the straw that broke the camel's back.


True, the capture of the Israeli soldiers is not what this is about anymore.


This is an assault on Hezbollah & Hamas, who have vowed that they will not rest until Israel is utterly destroyed. And they've been chipping away at it day by day by brainwashing their most desperate people into becoming human bombs.
I support Israel in their goal of protecting themselves by destroying these organizations.


But that's not what Israel is doing. Israel is effetively destroying the infrastructure of Lebanon, destroying the improvements the people have made in the past years after decades of war and suppression. Hundereds of CIVILIANS have already died, and that canNOT be justified no matter who you're fighting against. The people of Lebanon are the big victims here, because they didn't ask for Hezbollah to take those soldiers, nor do they want Israel to attack them obviously. And on top of that, they're just thrown back into time 20 years.


These dispicable cowards who use hospitals, food kitchens, & primary schools to shield themselves, and send their women & childen to suicide bomb their enemy. They will stop at nothing to kill the Israelis, so it's about time the Israelis took a stand against them.


Yeah the fact that Hezbollah/Hamas hide among civilians is indeed really sad and wrong. But send their women/children to bomb their enemy? I think you credit them with too much power. Israel must certainly be doing something wrong if people would give their lives to destroy them. ANd don't scream "OH MAH GAWD ANTI-SEMITISM IS THE ROOT OF THIS" cus that just doesn't cut it. When Israel was given the land they have their state now, Arabs (and mostly Palestinians) were simply evicted and put into refugee camps - with no form of financial compensation. Can you imagine the hatred the people must feel towards them? Try seeing things from the Arab point of view. Of course this does not give them the right to attack Israel and call for its destruction, but it's not as black and white as you portray it.

I am sorry to say, but Israel had no right to exist in that particular place at the time of its creation. However, it does exist now, and after 50 years it has build up a nation that DOES have a right to exist, since one cannot expect current generations to say "oh well, guess we gun split". The Israeli living there now are as much a victim of the situation as the Arabs living there (even though the Arabs (especially the Palestinians) are off far worse).


They may be the 3rd strongest military power by statistics, but they're 1st in my heart.

Surly, I am so disappointed to see you say such a thing. Seriously. First in your heart?! As if...armies are a good thing?! As if you hope and pray that the Israelis destroy and kill as much as possible with their army?


The way they wage war impresses me to no end.

You are impressed by war, I am saddened by war. That people would devote their lives to violence...it sickens me, regardless of their nationality or background. I wish everyone was a pacifist like me :\.


On June 5, 1967, Johnson had imposed an arms embargo on the region (France, Israel's other main arms supplier also embargoed arms to Israel). By contrast, the Soviets were supplying massive amounts of arms to the Arabs. Simultaneously, the armies of Kuwait, Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Iraq were contributing troops and arms to the Egyptian, Syrian and Jordanian fronts.

Israel was alone, but its military commanders had conceived a brilliant war strategy. The entire Israeli Air Force, with the exception of just 12 fighters assigned to defend Israeli air space, took off at 7:14 a.m. with the intent of bombing Egyptian airfields while the Egyptian pilots were eating breakfast. In less than 2 hours, roughly 300 Egyptian aircraft were destroyed. A few hours later, Israeli fighters attacked the Jordanian and Syrian air forces, as well as one airfield in Iraq. By the end of the first day, nearly the entire Egyptian and Jordanian air forces, and half the Syrians’, had been destroyed on the ground.

The battle then moved to the ground, and some of history’s greatest tank battles were fought between Egyptian and Israeli armor in the blast-furnace conditions of the Sinai desert.

After just six days of fighting, Israeli forces were in a position to march on Cairo, Damascus, and Amman. By this time, the principal objectives of capturing the Sinai and the Golan Heights had been accomplished, and Israeli political leaders had no desire to fight in the Arab capitals. Furthermore, the Soviet Union had become increasingly alarmed by the Israeli advances and was threatening to intervene. At this point, U.S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk advised the Israelis “in the strongest possible terms” to accept a cease-fire. On June 10, Israel did just that.

By the end of the war, Israel had conquered enough territory to more than triple the size of the area it controlled, from 8,000 to 26,000 square miles. The victory enabled Israel to unify Jerusalem. Israeli forces had also captured the Sinai, Golan Heights, Gaza Strip and West Bank.

People called it divine intervention, I call it a marvel of modern warfare.

I <3 the Israelis


So let me summarize: OML DAT ISRAELI ARMY SO PWN CUS DEY PWND IN A WAR DECADES AGO :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D! How is this relevant AT ALL?


Tamer: sorry dude, wish you well.

Tamer lives in Ramallah, which is located in the West Bank, not the Gaza strip, so I think he's gonna be fine.

I am on no one's side, I think all the parties involved need a good slap and spanking, get together and just talk things over - and make ACTUAL progress. Fulfill promises. Do what is in the interest of the people living there. Keeping all I said in mind, I do understand why Israel would feel the need to take drastic measures in southern Lebanon and Gaza, at the same time I understand the Arabic hatred, and I DO think that the current actions of Israel are out of proportions. As with all things, the truth is probably somewhere in the middle, and this war will end with only losers. Finally: luckily there are Israelis who want to sacrifice things for peace, and luckily there are Arabs who want to sacrifice things for peace. We can only hope that one day those people will be in charge.

Surly Professor
07-20-2006, 01:46 AM
That's not what Israel is doing. Israel is effetively destroying the infrastructure of Lebanon, destroying the improvements the people have made in the past years after decades of war and suppression. Hundereds of CIVILIANS have already died, and that canNOT be justified no matter who you're fighting against. The people of Lebanon are the big victims here, because they didn't ask for Hezbollah to take those soldiers, nor do they want Israel to attack them obviously. And on top of that, they're just thrown back into time 20 years.
That's war, the sad fact is not every victim of war is a soldier. They did warn the populace though. So, they knew what was coming and could get tah steppin'. I can't tell you why they have chosen every target they did, but it's not just out of spite. in order to eliminate an embedded enemy you have to destroy a fare amount of infrastructure.

Lebanon thrown back in time 20 years? That's like... 220 to us, :crackup: ha, :devious: huh, :neutral: sorry. :sad:

Yeah the fact that Hezbollah/Hamas hide among civilians is indeed really sad and wrong. But send their women/children to bomb their enemy? I think you credit them with too much power. Israel must certainly be doing something wrong if people would give their lives to destroy them. ANd don't scream "OH MAH GAWD ANTI-SEMITISM IS THE ROOT OF THIS" cus that just doesn't cut it. When Israel was given the land they have their state now, Arabs (and mostly Palestinians) were simply evicted and put into refugee camps - with no form of financial compensation. Can you imagine the hatred the people must feel towards them? Try seeing things from the Arab point of view. Of course this does not give them the right to attack Israel and call for its destruction, but it's not as black and white as you portray it.
Surly, I am so disappointed to see you say such a thing. Seriously. First in your heart?! As if...armies are a good thing?! As if you hope and pray that the Israelis destroy and kill as much as possible with their army?

You are impressed by war, I am saddened by war. That people would devote their lives to violence...it sickens me, regardless of their nationality or background. I wish everyone was a pacifist like me :\.
What can I say? Perhaps it's a personallity flaw of mine to admire efficiency in war.
...I'm fine with that.
So let me summarize: OML DAT ISRAELI ARMY SO PWN CUS DEY PWND IN A WAR DECADES AGO :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D! How is this relevant AT ALL?
Maybe I was out of line telling that story, but I felt it necessary to illustrate why I feel the way I do about the Israeli armed forces.
Tamer lives in Ramallah, which is located in the West Bank, not the Gaza strip, so I think he's gonna be fine.
I'm happy to hear that.
I am on no one's side, I think all the parties involved need a good slap and spanking, get together and just talk things over - and make ACTUAL progress. Fulfill promises. Do what is in the interest of the people living there. Keeping all I said in mind, I do understand why Israel would feel the need to take drastic measures in southern Lebanon and Gaza, at the same time I understand the Arabic hatred, and I DO think that the current actions of Israel are out of proportions. As with all things, the truth is probably somewhere in the middle, and this war will end with only losers. Finally: luckily there are Israelis who want to sacrifice things for peace, and luckily there are Arabs who want to sacrifice things for peace. We can only hope that one day those people will be in charge.
Well said my friend, well said.

Incongruity
07-20-2006, 02:10 AM
Okay, let's imagine this for a second. Mexicans experience a huge population surge. However, certain "white" Mexicans begin persecuting every other Mexican. 600 million Mexicans flood into the United States where Mexicans existed, but not as a majority. As we all know, most Mexicans (and for that matter, most Hispanics) have more Native American blood in them than the average non-Hispanic white (who on average, has none). So technically, it is their righteous land from a few centuries ago. Of course, not everybody's happy at the fact that these Mexicans are a majority. They begin to elect in an all-Mexican government with a few token whites/asians who do nothing but hold useless jobs and act as poster children for alleged "diversity." Gradually, the Mexicans begin to oppress the Americans, throwing them out of their homes, and into Canada, when in reality, the Americans had lived there for GENERATIONS. This oppression becomes so great in fact, that when the UN tries to partition the US for a Mexican-ruled part and an American-ruled part, the original Americans are infuriated at the fact that they're just allowed to lose more than half their land which they had held for hundreds of years. Obviously, they decline, while the Mexicans are glad to accept half the land of which they are not deserving. The Americans form a resistance against the invading American government, and seeing the oppression of its long-time friend/neighbor, other nations like Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Korea, and Japan invade the Mexican-ruled Mexsrael. The Mexsraelis put up a heroic fight against a much stronger enemy. Apparently their imperialism is justified because of military strength.

Now, this fighting/tension between the Mexsraelis and the Americans goes on for a while, with the Americans becoming more and more oppressed. They lose rights, they are seen as criminals by the Mexsraeli Gestapo, and they are antagonized in the international media. Because they are being forced out of their homes, imprisoned without cause, and treated as inferior citizens in their own nation, they turn to desperate measures.

Talk about peace?

!CeMAn
07-20-2006, 02:12 AM
I think it's time to launch a pre-emptive strike on Israel. Everyone more-or-less knows that Israel has had nuclear weapons (and has been one of only three to six nations building UP) for the past few decades. Not only that, it's clear that Israel is actually willing to use excessive force (come on, was this justified at ALL?). There's a nation filled with religiously motivated people, they have WMDs, and they're clearly waging wars of aggression. Formula for destruction anyone?

And crackas please. The car bombs of todays are the tarring-and-feathering practices of 1776.
I'm sad to say, i agree with you.

As cold as it sounds, i feel that entire section of the planet needs to be annihilated. All i hear about is the middle east. Why is it, that tiny section of Earth cannot get it's sh*t together? I don't want to hear about religion and decades or centuries of war. Get the hell over it and start acting civilised like the rest of the planet. It's not that simple? EVERYBODY else seems capable!

It's a good thing i'm a nobody, or i would have dropped the arshloch bomb months ago. These middle east-pissing contests are making me sick, and it needs to stop. Innocent people or not, i offically don't care. Death has to be better than living in the middle of a battle field.

I now leave the floor open for people to remind me that plenty of countries, especially in Africa, have been at war forever aswell. Not the same.