And the never ending cycle continues. There's gotta be a better solution to all of this turmoil that can finally bring peace. This has been going on for far too long. Can't both sides just live together? I mean really, how hard is it?
of course can, all it requires is the fascist government of Israel fully withdraws, the occupants go away from the stolen lands illegally, and another little things like: international justice for the genocide, payment of damages of 65 years of exile and oppression etc. etc. etc.
I don't understand why our country is all buddy buddy with Israel after all the crap that they've done and continue to do. They're obviously doing something for us that not a lot of people know about. It's an embarrassment. It's like having that son in the family that nobody likes to talk about. However though, it's a small part of land that for some reason both sides think they own. Is there a way to be able to share? When we were children, we were taught all of the good virtues in life...like sharing. The constant, "IT's mine get out", "NO, it's ours you get out" doesn't get anyone anywhere and causes nothing but grief. This has been proven for many decades now. It's really time for some sort of compromise on both sides to get things done, or else this will all just continue until everyone is dead. Is that what everyone wants?
I hear what you are saying, and what I say goes for both sides. The whole thing sucks. I would have a lot of anger too if I had to live with all that. I get it. What I am saying, that this is all going to keep going until pretty much everyone is dead, for everyone involved, unless things change, including the frame of mind. Until BOTH SIDES get together and find some real solutions, it is all going continue and that I am sad to see. Both want the same thing yet can't find a way to achieve a peaceful way of having it. If everyone lived by "An eye for an eye", the whole world would be blind. Nobody is right in this whole mess. Nobody.
I don't think you understand what I am saying. What I meant by that is that everyone wants to occupy the same plot of land. And by the way things have gone, by any means necessary, even if that means using the worst tools that humanity has to supply to make it happen. Is it all really worth it? Reminds me of this one South Park episode where the boys have to return a goat to the middle east and run into their counterparts there and they just don't quite understand why there is so much hatred everywhere. I guess I'll never one day "learn how to hate". I hope I never have to.