My Thoughts IV, On the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
"July 31, 2007
US makes an arms deal
with Saudi Arabia – 20 billion dollars over 10 years
with Israel – 30 billion
with Egypt – 10 billion (I think)
Either way this was done to as ‘Condi’ said, to ‘create stability and peace’ – amazing I didn’t know F-16s drop ‘peace’ on people. And arming the Israeli Military to its teeth – hmm . . . ya, that will work! With this arms deal they’ll be blowing cars off the streets of Gaza for several decades! Hamas will love this too, they will now be able to send word to Tehran and Syria that they need more financial support and air-to-surface missiles. Like this, we shall be able to witness at least another five decades of bloodshed."
One of my favorite past-times is, when I have a chance to just to read things I have wrote in the past. The entry I posted above is four years old now (sometimes I take notes when I watch the news ...lol). Was I hoping that Obama would indeed solve the great conflict of the Middle East? Not really.
Yet, something has to be done. I could care less about putting blame on people. There is plenty of blame to go around world-wide on this issue. I am not going down that road. There must be a way to implement UN Security Council Resolution 242 though.
The Arab world is changing, the Middle East is changing ... an honest effort must be put in solving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. I see not one good thing that has come out of it or that can come out of it. It simply must stop and UN Resolution 242 has to be implemented. Otherwise? Another ... X amount of decades of people dying; people who have brothers and sisters, kids and cousins ...
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