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#26 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
it werfs flammen, son
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#39 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
God I loved that book.
#6 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
thanks i forgot to finish the seres
#5 - warlockrichard (07/10/2014) [-]
it's about an alternate timeline WW1 where Germany and their allies (clankers) have mechanized armored walkers (think at-st and at-at from star wars) and britain and their allies (darwinists) have genetically engineered weapons and vehicles (bears the size of mammoths and airship whales) good for anyone who likes historical or science fiction. I enjoyed it for what that's worth
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#117 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
wow you really are mad at israel arent you, nawwww dont be upset, we cant all be as strong and liberal as the jews. how about u go back to al-jazeera and fuck off back to your local mosque where u can all bitch about israel while not being able to develop your nation at all,
#121 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
Few hundred. Man are you stupid. Try thousands then multiply it by the armies of Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine. Russia and the US funds them to this day. Lordie are you stupid.
You should probably change your username to something that won't give away yourself as a troll
#133 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
move along people, obvious troll here
#153 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
its funny how u hate on jews but no one even acknowledges what you do, apart from the odd person commenting on your posts about what a freak you are
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#100 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
Way I see it, Palestine and the other Arab countries tried to attack Israel multiple times and got their asses kicked. Now they're butthurt so they're playing the victim card and crying to the liberals
#44 - xseargeantxpainx (07/10/2014) [-]
Let me just tell you this. Imagine if EVERY country on this planet were forced to give up the land that their ancestors have won.
Let's use the USA as an example.
Imagine if the United States had to give up 1/3 of their land back to Mexico, or hell, give back ALL except the original 13 colonies back to the Native Americans. AND, imagine if you were FORCED to leave those lands, and go back to whatever the new USA has been degraded to, forcing you to leave your homes and families and, hell, your freaking life for crying out loud.
And imagine if, from this unfair treatment, you decide to fight back for it, but the entire world sees you as being "evil" or "agressive" or unfair, and tell you that it's the Mexican's/Native American's God given RIGHT to those lands because their ancestors have it first.
And finally, if you decide to strike first, the entire world, especially the UN, turns against you, antagonizes you as terrorists, and tells you not to do it again, while at the same time, Mexico/Native America, after taking your lands, retaliates, but they are not given warnings, and even more, are even given ENCOURAGEMENT, from the entire world to strike back at you, while you sit back and try not to do anything because you are not allowed to fight back.
Before you red thumb me, I'm sure I'm going to get it anyway, I have nothing against anyone. Israelis are good people (Aside from some of the racist ones), the UN can make okay decisions, and the Palestinians are just caught in a bad position, but don't pretend you would not do the same thing.
you know that if this happened to your countries like Palestine, you would do the same thing.
Don't pretend you will be reasonable and try to "Diplomatic", you would be just as outraged about this happening to you and your family.
Just trying to be impartial here.
#127 - durkadurka (07/10/2014) [-]
Your argument is so interchangeable that at first I thought you were defending Israel.
Israel conquered land, just like anyone else. They've been attacked on many occasions and have won every time. There's no reason why this should be different from any other time this sort of thing has happened.
I agree that you can't begrudge the palestinians for fighting. But it's also important to note that they weren't being reasonable or rational. They tried to take on Israel and lost.
The issue is really the people who cry and whine that Israel is horrible for doing what has been done throughout human history. No other nation is expected to just give up land they've taken. For some it really just boils down to a chance to hate jews.
#45 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
>Comparing giving up 1/3rd of the United states to giving up land that is a bit smaller than New Jersey.
You realize your argument could be used to justify Israel reconquering the land, eh?
America deserves their land because they conquered it. Or wait, is it only fair if it happened before 1948?
Also, you're really not understanding the degree of importance of Israel to Judaism... it's the Jewish equivalent of Mecca. If the Christians conquered Mecca during the crusades and the Muslims never got it back would you not support a movement that would return the holiest city for the Muslims back to them?
#116 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
they were given a land that had nothing on it, (palestinians dont exist and never will, so stop getting butthurt over it)
#46 - xseargeantxpainx (07/10/2014) [-]
You have some good points and I respect that.
But I'm not saying that the Jews don't deserve their holy land back. What I am saying is that the Palestinians were FORCED to leave the areas that Israel acquired.
I'll put it in another way. If Israel was made but the Palestinians could still not have to leave than yeah, I would agree. But if you were forced to be exiled back to smaller and smaller lands that you used to live in, that doesn't seem okay.
I do understand the degree of importance to Israel to Judaism. Would I support the Christians giving back Mecca to the Muslims? that depends.
If the Christians allowed the Muslims to stay and worship the area, live in their homes and not be kicked out, than it's a tough choice but I would still go with Christians keeping it as long as the Muslims can still stay.
I'm not saying that Israel should give up their new land now to the Palestines. Not at all (Though I could see from my bad english that you might think that). What I am saying is that the Palestinians should not be forced to be exiled back to their smaller and smaller enclaves.
As for comparing the 1/3 of United states to the land smaller than New Jersey, I'm afraid I'm going to have to disagree you with it. I'm using PROPORTIONS, not actual net land mass.
The amount of land lost from the Palestinians (about 85%) would be like losing about 85% of the United States.
You do have some good points, but I'm stating otherwise not from who gets the land but how the people should not have to leave it.
#50 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
The Palestinians wouldn't have been forced out if they did not declare civil war. The Palestinians still living in Israel who did not participate in the Civil war and donned the title of Israel-Arabs live better than any other Arabs in the Middle East.
Israel never wanted conflict, it just wanted a sovereign state where there existed none at the time. The Palestinians demanded 100% of the land (even land that was uninhabited and they had no title deeds to) where the Israelis wanted a 50/50 split with no one being exiled but if you're living on Israeli land you're called an Israeli and you're governed by Israelis as opposed to Palestinians.
That's the root of the conflict.
Then of course there's the fact that all of the neighbouring countries treat the Palestinians like absolute shit so they're forced to choose between living in squalor or trying to reconquer Israel. Perhaps if they were allowed to become citizens of Jordan, Lebanon or Egypt they wouldn't be so desperate for some land where they might exercise some control over their lives.
The simple addage goes: If the Palestinians put down their guns there will be lasting peace and land exchange. If the Israelis put down their guns there will cease to be a state of Israel.
#52 - timewasters (07/10/2014) [-]
THANKYOU, finally someone who speaks some fucking sense i am always using that phrase " If the Palestinians put down their guns there will be lasting peace and land exchange. If the Israelis put down their guns there will cease to be a state of Israel.", israeli children are educated on peace and tolerance, palestinian children the exact opposite, how people sympathize with the palestinians is beyond me, they shoot themselves in the foot time after time. in 1948, the "palestinians" had more land than the jews, but were stupid enough to fight for the small piece they didnt have and in turn loose it. furthermore, this term palestinian is bullshit, golda meir accidentally gave them the name and now they parade around saying they are, when they are from egypt jordan etc
#53 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
Eh, I slightly disagree with you. They were inhabiting parts of the land as land tennants. Obviously they originated from the surrounding countries but they did spend many generations on the land under the Ottomen.
They certainly deserve a state of their own and as displaced peoples we should empathize with fellow displaced peoples. However, their state should not come with the destruction of Israel, neither should it be granted until they can guarantee that they will at least try to crack down on terrorism instead of glorifying it.
The key to solving the issue is reducing animosity between the two sides. The hard part is actually coming up with methods to do so.
#55 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
No, but most of my family was killed during the holocaust so my family is pretty strongly zionist simply for the reason of having a place to go in case Hitler 2 arrives and everyone decides none is too many again.
I feel the only way to perhaps get to them is to have Egyptian Muslims try to convince them that peace has been mutually beneficial. All of the Arab world subscribed to the Three No's but Egypt did not and while the relationship is cold, conflict between Israel and Egypt since the declaration of peace has been minimal if at all.
#95 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
>totally not a Merchant
#70 - jukuku (07/10/2014) [-]
They're basically enforcing poverty in Gaza. Obviously Hamas is fucking retarded and the militant Palestinians are making things way worse but Israel is not the 'good guy'. The militants and the Israeli government are both guilty of doing some terrible things.
#71 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
They didn't begin by enforcing poverty and the primary goal isn't poverty but complete disarmament until they can be trusted not to launch rockets unprovoked.
I never claimed israel is completely innocent of all crimes.
I do claim Israel has a right to exist and that the key to solving this problem isn't through the demonization of the other, but through the mutual decrease in animosity of both parties.
I sometimes muse with the idea of Israel making a deal with the Palestinians where Israel will remove the blockade, remove the wall, and freeze settlements if Palestinians refute the three no's and stop glorifying terrorism. I'm curious to see if that'd work. It didn't really work in 2004 when Israel completely left Gaza and the Palestinians proceeded to destroy the Jew devil's infrastructure and build up rocket pads. But that's because Hamas claimed they conquered the Gaza, not that it was given to them as a sign of good faith.
#72 - jukuku (07/10/2014) [-]
"but through the mutual decrease in animosity of both parties."
Think that is integral but Israel is not being held accountable for their actions, they should be implored to cease their militaristic policing of Gaza and the West Bank. They've completely ruined negotiations time and time again, there needs to be a strong 3rd party to tell them to fuck off. I think Israel and Palestine have both bred a culture of xenophobia and resentment of the other.
Hamas is a huge issue but they gain political support because of things like the Blockade. The blockade has made life harder for them and so they can champion the little aid they give out to people and demonize Israel as being the source of their woes. As long as Gaza is in distress the militarists will receive political support.
#73 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
There's always excuses... The blockade occurred AFTER unprovoked rocket attacks.
The general rule with Israelis is - We are fine with a Palestinian and Jewish state existing. We're going to wait for you to take initiative and stop being so violent with us before we release the pressure
The general rule with the Palestinians is - We want the entirety of the land to be under a sovereign Palestinian state. You can live under us but there is no way a Jewish state will be allowed to exist. Also we will continue rocketing you because you put the pressure on us.
Both sides want the other side to concede first in the second sentence. Even if the second sentence is satisfied. The first sentence of the Palestinian point of view is a real obstacle. The three No's need to be abandoned.
I repeat: what was the reason for the rocket attacks after 2004 when there was no blockade and no wall?
#74 - jukuku (07/10/2014) [-]
I know that they were aggressors in the vast majority of the violence but fighting fire with fire doesn't work when you want peace. I am saying that the blockade isn't helping to dismantle Hamas, it gives them a strong political platform. At this point it is almost irrelevant how it all started. The issues to day are poverty, expansion, terrorism and bigotry. The past is just an excuse for both of them to do what they do now.
#75 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
But the issue is trust. A lot of Israeli distrust comes from the fact that when they gave the Palestinians EXACTLY what they wanted they received nothing in return. How can you convince Israelis to trust them again? You need some degree of outreach from the Palestinian people, some statements from their leaders hinting that they're willing to make ANY concessions for the sake of peace instead of simply making demands of Israel.
I think Egypt might make a decent third party negotiator. They're the only country in the region that went against the 3 No's and while their peace may be cold, it is true. Violence between Israel and Egypt is non-existent.
#108 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
The picture is a fake. At least the 2010 part is
#60 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
They're actively forcing the Palestinians off their land. If you look back in history, the Jews in the area acted in just about the same way the Muslims in the area act today. They're still trying to play the victim card so that they don't have to finally set a boundary between Palestinian and Israeli land even though most of the population, both Jewish and Muslim, want that to happen someday.
#34 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
pic #1 palestine never existed as a arab country prior to 1948. It was a geographic region referred to as Palestine, and I mean, prior to the diaspora the Jewish country there was referred to as Palestina, this was done to insult the Judeans at the time, the same as renaming the capital Jerusalem to Aelia Capitolina. The Palestinians prior to 1948 in all written record were the Jews living in the land, the Arabs there were only referred to as Arabs.
That being said, the land was in reality a strip of desert under the jurisdiction of the Ottoman Empire and later the British mandate. None of the modern day palestinians ever had self governance, some had land deedsas tenants to the area under the ottomen, none of these were recognized by the Mandate.
Pic #2 - Originally the Palestinians we know today were going to receive this, except they decided to try to annihilate Israel. So Israel took land in its defense for the sake of actually having a defensible country (note the literal bottleneck to the left middle of the image. You can't defend that). There's a picture missing between 1948 and 1967. You'd find a ort of inbetween where the bottleneck is gone, but it's only 9 miles wide.
Pic #3 - this is osentisbly the current state of Israel. After numberous wars land was taken for the sake of defense and for the sake of land for peace deals. Israel will happily return land for peace as it always has.
Pic #4 - a lie.
#38 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
thats bullshit, palestinians are fucking animals and deserve to have their land taken from them, palestine never existed, neither did the people of "palestine" take your arab bullshit elsewhere you fucking nonse
#40 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
how about u actually research the history of israel, instead of just blindly following what youre told by your arab family and local mosque, get off al-jazeera and arab propanda bullshit websites and learn facts, israel has so much more of a right than the palestinians, fuck sake, you arabs are the mst mindless idiots ive ever seen,
#35 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
So what you're saying is we should be civilized with individuals who refuse to be civilized... An interesting notion.
And in 1948 when there was no land lost because technically Palestine didn't exist, what reason then did the Palestinians have for trying to destroy Israel?
#37 - allahrules (07/10/2014) [-]
Personal property bruh thats what we are talking about. and it wasnt 1948 shit went down thats just when the war happened. Just because a nation didn't formally exist doesn't mean the people there did not own that land. after the dissolving of the ottoman empire a british mandatory state was put into place. these people still owned the land. a war can be won and a new nation can be formed but if the formation of this nation entails forcing people off their land with violence thats just not cool. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Mandate_of_Palestine#After_World_War_II:_the_Partition_Plan the first paragraph would be an acceptable solution arabs aren't foreign to living side by side with jews. but when people are forced off their land by some foreign nation they fight tooth and nail my friend.
#43 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
Oh, not to mention, Israel in its entirety is the size of New Jersey. If the wonderful benevolent countries of Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and Syria actually gave 2 shits about the Palestinians they would have helped them integrate into their countries instead of stuffing them into refugee camps, giving them no political representation, and giving them no avenues to citizenship so they're forced to either live in squalor or try to reconquer Israel.
Seriously, pretending Israel is the only one at fault here is a real error in judgment.
#42 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
They were land tenants... With deeds only recognized by the Ottomen, not the British.
Fun fact: The powers that be in Palestine want to kill every single Jew. That's the current state of affairs. To deny that is to deny the reality of the situation. Perhaps in 1946 it was different, but in 2014 we need to live in reality.
Also, if the Arabs were conquered and lost Mecca, and the Jews decided to live there, would that delegitimize the land claim of the Arabs to the most important city to their religion? would anyone question that Mecca should be in Arab hands?
#124 - allahrules (07/10/2014) [-]
We never said we appreciated the shit that those surronding arab countries did. We know their leaders for who they truly are we enver expected anything beneficial from those cunts. But the fact remains these people were forced of their land in a mass exodus. Their currents state in the land alloted to them is horrible and reminds one of the apartheid. These people have been oppressed and wronged from the begining and are still being wronged. For the answer to your fun fact thats a crock of shit. You think those people would do something like. Sure Hezbullah being the shiate cunts they are would spout that kind of shit but the only thing really holdıng the palestinian people together is their faith
Fun fact; Islam forbids the kiiling of noncombatants anybody who tells you otherwise is full of shit
#136 - Sethorein (07/10/2014) [-]
Hamas is the powers that be in Palestine. Within their constitution the destruction of Israel is stated as the primary goal. Their motto is we love death as much as they love life. Don't pretend Hamas doesn't liken Jews to nazis on their television.
They don't live in an apartheid. Their situation is nothing like the apartheid. An urban ghetto perhaps but apartheid was a racist intrapolitical structure wherein the country so discriminates against specific minorities with its own borders via separate if not completely missing social services and no social mobility accompanied with discriminatory judicial practices. You can't have an apartheid between two countries.
What was Israel doing wrong in 2004? What crime was committed when they completely pulled out of gazans as a sign of good faith and within the year met more rocket fire. You solve nothing by trying to delegitimize Israel. What need to be done is restore the Trust that was lost in 2004. That requires SOME outreach from the Palestinians. Some indication that they're willing to do anything to de-escalate hostilities.
#157 - allahrules (07/11/2014) [-]
Palestinians are forced to go through constant checkpoints they are not allowed the basic right of travel. There storews are forced to be closed down and they have to bar their windows with with steel bars. their youths are frequently detained wşthout any kind of due process. just a smal list of many things they have to face along with retaiatory bombings of their residential areas by a nation we should legitimize. As long as Israel as a state still exists the situation will not make a turn for true peace. This doesnt mean we fill the bloods with jewish blood but mistakes made in the past must be rectified
#21 - devout feminist (07/10/2014) [-]
and what kind of fairy world do you live in? almost every country did this
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