HOW PALESTINE BECAME ERADICATED. WHO'S NEXT ?

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HOW PALESTINE BECAME COLONIZED

 

Now, this is what we German speakers call a hot iron, or "Heisses Eisen" ;-) 

 

Everybody knows NetanYahoo, I guess. And everybody knew Ariel Sharon (by the way there's a washing detergent in Germany and Switzerland called "Ariel"...) too. The people who never tire of inventing whatever dangers come from the bad and vengeful Arabs surrounding them.

 

Vengeful ? Maybe. And ... there might be a reason for that.

 

One has simply to ask why they are vengeful. Maybe because some people long ago decided that they want their own country as predicted by some doubtful scriptures (or wishes) about 600 BC, and they decided to realize that by telling the people who lived there to fuck off or be killed ?

 

THEN they have a reason to be vengeful.

 

There are more than millions of delusional minds on that planet who dream of restoring ancient kingdoms or countries which were predicted in religious scriptures and books, dreams of superior races who have a direct connection to some kind of floating spirit lingering above and checking all of our behavior...

 

Holy shit. Where are our brains ? Do these idiots REALLY believe that crap or are these just visions produced for their ignorant "followers" ? Does Erdogan really think he can restore the Ottoman Empire ? Or Putin the USSR ? Or the US trying to copy the British Empire by immigration of billions of Ronald McDonald's into all five continents ?

 

I don't know. Humans are as stupid as they can get, and Homo Idioticus seems to be the standard, even now in the 21st century.

 

If they weren't, they'd have understood that no empire ever lasted, no god has ever decided anything due to a lack of existence, and that planet doesn't care about all this anyway.

 

Just getting along the short time you're able to live. Isn't that enough ?

Comments

Dino Manalis Added Feb 18, 2017 - 9:57am
Arab governments should recognize Israel to hasten Palestinian independence, while Palestinian Authorities ought to be trained and equipped in counter-terrorism to break the cycle of violence and allow both communities to coexist peacefully with a two-state solution.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 10:05am
Dino
 
That's not the plan....
Rich Purtell Added Feb 18, 2017 - 10:08am
As the images show, now we've come to where a two-state solution will be more difficult.  While I believe that it is still the best, more sustainable solution, it will be a much bigger challenge today than say 20 years ago.
 
We should educate and emphasize the atrocity of apartheid.  Many Americans are completely ignorant of the number of Palestinians living in apartheid conditions.  Of course, the Zionist mainstream media is not about to uncover the whole truth.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 10:15am
Rich
 
Exactly. And the Palestinians have neither influence nor money compared to Israel. I wonder what would happen when the Palestinians would declare themselves a Wahhabia state ;-)
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 10:28am
MJ
 
Palestine was no real country, it was a protectorate. It was ....like the US when the European settlers came and killed the native Americans. But that doesn't matter in my view. This happened 1948 and not in the 17th century. People should have learned by then....
 
Billy Roper Added Feb 18, 2017 - 11:16am
Yes, it's a reasonable comparison, Stone. Of course, personally, I'm a Zionist, so I'd like to see every Jew in both the U.S. and Europe make Aliyah to Israel and help their nation expand. They can build settlements all the way to the Euphrates, as far as I care. Better there than here.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 11:27am
Billy
 
?!? Forgot the smiley ? As long as a big people like the Kurds don't have their own country (32 million), why should the Jews have it ?
 
More simple don't go.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 11:29am
As I say: There was NEVER a country or empire that lasted more than a couple of hundred years. So what's the fuss ? Humanity exists as we are since about 20'000 years (as settlers) and it will cease to exist FOR SURE in 20'000 years ;-)
 
....while Earth continues to rotate for some billions of years to go, as we think we know. So ?
Doug Plumb Added Feb 18, 2017 - 12:02pm
We are next.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 12:03pm
Doug
 
Who will come ? Mexicans ? Not enough. Chinese ? More likely ;-)
Kaushik Venkatasubramaniyan Added Feb 18, 2017 - 12:32pm
Palestine was a small province of various empires as part of what we know today as Jordan including lastly the Ottoman Sultanate so it's not really a country but is potentially a homeland within a country if the warring factions can agree to co-exist. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 12:37pm
Yep. But Greater Israel is and was the goal so that won't happen.
 
http://www.inspiretochangeworld.com/2015/09/isis-is-working-on-mossadcia-plan-to-create-greater-israel/
 
I don't say this is true, but it has some logic in it....
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 1:49pm
Slade
 
Without the US no solution is possible. The question is WHO talks and acts for the US....
Rich Purtell Added Feb 18, 2017 - 2:02pm
Slade: The Indian Reservation comparison is a very good analogy.
 
But in the US, the American Indian population is about 2% of our total population.  The Arab population in "greater Israel", for lack of a better term, inclusive of all occupied territory, is what closer to 40% of the total population?
Kaushik Venkatasubramaniyan Added Feb 18, 2017 - 2:06pm
That's true now about the Native American population Rich but 60 million of them lost their lives between the 16th and 19th centuries as the white settlers from Europe took control 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 2:07pm
Kaushik
 
Right....
Kaushik Venkatasubramaniyan Added Feb 18, 2017 - 2:07pm
That's equal to 1/5th of the US population now 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 18, 2017 - 2:11pm
Rich
 
http://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/palestinians-to-outnumber-jewish-population-by-2020-says-pa-report-1.491122
 
In Europe it's the same. Muslim immigrants have way more children that Christian ones due to the way the economy is set up......
 
...but all religions require their sheepish idiots to "seid fruchtbar und vermehret euch" (be fruitful and breed and multiply"....for the sake of their respective "god".
Kaushik Venkatasubramaniyan Added Feb 18, 2017 - 2:23pm
Palestine is a case of one non-nation trying subjugate another non-nation so the victor can be christened a nation by all! The Kurds have more of a right to be a nation. 
Rich Purtell Added Feb 18, 2017 - 2:38pm
Kaushik:  Thanks for bringing that up.  Apartheid policies dwarfed the American Indian population here in the US to near extinction.
 
If Israel is to sustain apartheid, then they have to slow down Arab birth rates.  Which means forced sterilization if not more killing.  I'm sure this is discussed among Israeli leadership.

Slade: Iran hasn't attacked anyone in 200 years.  Let's remember that when speaking of them as an aggressor.  The US is in full throttle now to demonize Iran.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 20, 2017 - 6:03am
Rich
 
If Israel is to sustain apartheid, then they have to slow down Arab birth rates.  Which means forced sterilization if not more killing. 
 
Good thought. Although that can only be made when immigration can be stopped.......;-)
Jeffry Gilbert Added Feb 20, 2017 - 6:39am
Who's next? 
 
That's easy: Everyone.
 
The lizards who have usurped power in Washington won't be happy until they achieve global thermonuclear annihilation.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 20, 2017 - 6:52am
Ah. Nice and warm...
Jeffry Gilbert Added Feb 20, 2017 - 7:21am
For a microsecond. :)
Peter Corey Added Feb 20, 2017 - 9:02am
>Iran hasn't attacked anyone in 200 years.
 
Iran has sponsored, armed, trained, and financed terrorists who have attacked others. That makes Iran directly complicit in the attacks.
 
State Department Report Finds Iran Is Top State Sponsor of Terror
 
"The State Department on Thursday released its annual report on global terrorist activity, listing Iran as the top state sponsor of terrorism . . .
 
On Iran, the report said that country 'remained the foremost state sponsor of terrorism in 2015, providing a range of support, including financial, training, and equipment, to groups around the world.'

The report also said that Iran was continuing to provide arms and cash to terrorist groups like Hezbollah and Iraqi Shia terrorist groups, including Kata'ib Hizballah (KH). Both groups are designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations in the report.
Iran is one of three listed state sponsors of terrorism, the others being Syria and Sudan."
 
* * *
 
>Iran hasn't attacked anyone in 200 years.
 
Duh! Why attack others yourself when you can support and pay proxies to do the dirty work for you!
Peter Corey Added Feb 20, 2017 - 9:27am
>HOW PALESTINE BECAME COLONIZED
 
Uh, Jerk-Water, you haven't explained what the green area and the white area are supposed to represent. I guess that's part of your usual deception.
 
If you're suggesting that the green area represents "Arabs", contentedly living in a country, nation, state, or land called "Palestine", and the white area represents "Jews" invading the the Arabs' beloved Palestine and expelling them in order to "colonize" land that supposedly belonged originally to Arabs, then you're guilty of rewriting history to make it fit your own screwball politics.
 
In fact, by 1946, most of the Arabs in the British Mandate of Palestine were immigrant Muslims from other countries (even a cursory inspection of their surnames indicates that very clearly), who left their native countries (Saudi Arabia, Syria, Transjordan, Lebanon, Egypt, etc.) for the Palestine Mandate because wages were higher there and the economy was stronger thanks to the many Jewish immigrants who had been slowly purchasing land and developing it in various ways since the late 19th century. The purchase-orders for the land still exist in the archives of the Peel Commission in the UK.
 
If you're suggesting that the green area represent native Palestinian Arabs in a land whose inhabitants identified it as "Palestine" — with a specific Palestinian culture, a Palestinian language, a Palestinian currency, a Palestinian parliament, king, queen, prince, president, or government — then you're fantasizing. See:
 
"There is no such country [as Palestine]! 'Palestine' is a term the Zionists invented! There is no Palestine in the Bible. Our country was for centuries part of Syria."
- Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi, a local Arab leader, to the Peel Commission, 1937

"Palestine was part of the Province of Syria... politically, the Arabs of Palestine were not independent in the sense of forming a separate political entity."
- The representative of the Arab Higher Committee to the United Nations submitted this in a statement to the General Assembly in May 1947

"It is common knowledge that Palestine is nothing but southern Syria."
- Ahmed Shuqeiri, later the chairman of the PLO, to the UN Security Council

Never forget this one point: There is no such thing as a Palestinian People, there is no Palestinian entity, there is only Syria. You are an integral part of the Syrian people, Palestine is an integral part of Syria. Therefore it is we, the Syrian authorities, who are the true representatives of the Palestinian people."
- Syrian President Hafez Assad to PLO leader Yassir Arafat.
 
"There are no differences between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. We are all part of one nation. It is only for political reasons that we carefully underline our Palestinian identity.... yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity serves only tactical purposes. The founding of a Palestinian state is a new tool in the continuing battle against Israel."
- Zuheir Muhsin, late Military Department head of the PLO and member of its Executive Council (Dutch daily Trouw, March 1977)
 
"If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them." - Yasser Arafat, from his authorized biography
 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 20, 2017 - 9:33am
State Department. Ok. All clear. Not biased, and not supported by the MIC. Sure. CNN. Even better.
 
http://www.carlbernstein.com/magazine_cia_and_media.php
 
Not new, but still valid.
 
http://investmentwatchblog.com/the-cia-state-department-pentagon-and-us-mainstream-mockingbird-media-is-now-in-absolute-overdrive-as-they-clumsily-collude-to-build-the-case-to-blame-vladimir-putin-and-russia-for-world-war-3/
 
About Iran:
 
http://theduran.com/saudi-arabia-not-iran-country-responsible-spread-terrorism/
 
And even IF Iran has attacked Iraq first - they were driven to it. Remember 1953 ? Remember 1939 ? One can FORCE a country into war. Corner it until it explodes, and then blame it for having started ?
 
That's the agenda with Russia now.
 
But I don't expect you to understand that anyway.
Peter Corey Added Feb 20, 2017 - 9:39am
I should add that the Arabs who fled Israel after it declared statehood in 1948 did so of their own accord upon being exhorted to leave by propaganda from Arab leaders in the five invading Arab countries, as well as the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Amin al-Husseini. The fleeing Arabs were promised various "spoils of war" after the expected Arab victory. Instead, they left Israel and found themselves stateless when Israel won the conflict and no other Arab country would accept them.
 
It's mainly these Arabs who now call themselves "Palestinian refugees."
Jeffry Gilbert Added Feb 20, 2017 - 9:51am
Corey is a Zionist pussy unworthy of a nanosecond of your time Stone. 
Jeffry Gilbert Added Feb 20, 2017 - 10:15am
DUHmerica remains the biggest most vicious supporter and perpetrator of terrorism the planet has ever suffered. DUHmerica has no business pointing fingers at anyone for any reason. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 20, 2017 - 12:29pm
Last remark: Palestine was never a country, and Israel wasn't.
 
So there's TWO of them and only ONE got one. Your IQ should be able to catch that.
 
WHEN there's a people who deserve a country, it's the Kurds, a people of 32 million, and, no Peter, Kurd is not a Yoghurt brand.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 20, 2017 - 12:31pm
Jeffry
 
I know, Peter's not worth it, but sometimes I like nutheads to talk to. Makes me smile :-)
Doug Plumb Added Feb 20, 2017 - 3:53pm
Stone_eater re "Doug
 
Who will come ? Mexicans ? Not enough. Chinese ? More likely ;-) "
 
All of them and their communist ideals will dilute and destroy Christian English Jurisprudence.
 
Kaushik Venkatasubramaniyan Added Feb 20, 2017 - 4:59pm
That's a valid point on Palestine not being a country Peter..but so is the case with Israel..at least in Modern times. The question is not whether they have the right to live and earn their way to prosperity in the holy lands but whether they have sole right. Many Orthodox Jews claim the latter and that's the problem.
Kaushik Venkatasubramaniyan Added Feb 20, 2017 - 5:01pm
The point about fundamentalists using people as a tool is true to this day as well but fundamentalists of all sides do that. 
Kaushik Venkatasubramaniyan Added Feb 20, 2017 - 5:40pm
It seems that US policy in the Middle East is to drive Muslims to Europe and have Israel take over the Middle East!
Peter Corey Added Feb 20, 2017 - 9:52pm
>Corey is a Zionist pussy unworthy of a nanosecond of your time Stone. 
 
That's just your Parkinson's Dementia talking. Gilbert. Viz.,
 
"Parkinson's disease dementia is a decline in thinking and reasoning that develops in someone diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at least a year earlier. Common symptoms include: Changes in memory, concentration and judgment."
 
Peter Corey Added Feb 20, 2017 - 10:01pm
>The question is not whether they have the right to live and earn their way to prosperity in the holy lands but whether they have sole right.
 
No one except kooky historical revisionists have ever claimed that Jews demand the sole right to live and work in that area. On the other hand, there's no reason for Jews in Israel to accept as normal the thousands of rocket attacks on their homes launched from hostile Arab countries. 
 
>Many Orthodox Jews claim the latter and that's the problem.
 
It's a classic straw-man "problem" because Orthodox Jews do not control the government of Israel (though they do have a say in the government, along with Reformed Jews, communists, socialists, Likud Party members, Arabs, Muslims, Christians, etc., etc.).
 
On the other hand, there are NO Jews in the governments of Arab nations.
 
Peter Corey Added Feb 20, 2017 - 10:17pm
>Palestine was never a country, and Israel wasn't.
 
Wrong. Palestine was never a country and Israel was the name of the last actual country that existed in the area prior to the Ottoman Empire. Judah — "Land of the Jews" — split into an upper kingdom (Israel) and a lower one (Judaea). Israel wanted a secular government governed by kings, while Judaea wanted a theocracy governed by priests (a word that was later changed to "rabbis" meaning "teachers of Torah"). So the name "Israel" has unquestionable historical precedent as an actual nation with borders, an actual government, a language, a monetary unit, and a culture; while the name "Palestine" — the name given to conquered Judaea by Rome under Hadrian in order to erase connection of the land to Jewish culture — does not. The word "Palestine" is simply Latin for "Philistine", the ancient enemy of the Jews in Hebrew scripture.
 
If you're going to carp over newly-minted countries that were invented out of thin air for the sake of someone else's political expediency, you're better off nattering about countries such as "Kuwait" and "Iraq" which didn't exist until T.E. Lawrence (the actual "Lawrence of Arabia") and other British diplomats and government officials invented them after World War One.
Peter Corey Added Feb 20, 2017 - 10:31pm
Many surnames of so-called "Palestinians" indicate where they or their families actually came from:
 
Here are some of the most common family names among the "Palestinians":
 
"Masri" = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word "masri" littelery means "the egyptian" in arabic !).
"Khamis"= Bahrain "Salem Hanna Khamis" "al-Faruqi"= Mosul, Iraq
"al-Araj" = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty "Hussein al-Araj"
"al Lubnani" = the Lebanese
"al-Mughrabi" = the Moroccan (Maghreb" – meaning "West" in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
"al-Djazair" = the Algerian
"al-Yamani" = the Yemeni "Issam Al Yamani"
"al-Afghani" = the Afghan
"al-Hindi" = the Indian "Amin al-Hindi"
"Iraqi" = from Iraq.
"halabi" = from Aleppo, Syria
"El Baghdadi" = from Baghdad Iraq.
"Tarabulsi"= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
"Hourani" = Houran Syria.
"al-Husayni" = Saudi Arabia.
"Saudi" = Saudi Arabia.
"Metzarwah"= Egypt.
"Barda---wil" = "Salah Bardawil" HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
"Nashashibi" = Syria.
"Bushnak" = Bosnia
"zoabi"= from Iraq: "Haneen Zoabi".
"Turki" = Turkey "Daud Turki"
"al-Kurd" = Kurdistan.
"Haddadins" = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
"Arab Abu-Kishk" = Egypt.(Bedouins)
"Arab al shakirat" = Egypt (Bedouins)
"Arab al zabidat" = Egypt (Bedouins)
"Arab al aramsha" = Egypt (Bedouins)
 
Even Yasser Arafat, the most famous "Palestinian" and leader of the P.L.O terrorist organization, was not native to Judaea. He called himself a "Palestinian refugee" but spoke Arabic with an Egyptian accent. He was born in 1929 Cairo, Egypt. He served in the Egyptian army, studied in the University of Cairo, and lived in Cairo until 1956. His full name was Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini.
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 21, 2017 - 6:35am
http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/05/19/why-israel-should-not-exist/
 
Just a point to think about. I'm not saying that Peter's comment is incorrect. There's different POV's on that, however.
Jeffry Gilbert Added Feb 21, 2017 - 8:34am
Had the Ashkenazim been given North Dakota rather than Palestine within a year they'd have bombed a hotel in Fargo, started shelling Montana, declared Saskatchewan an existential threat and erected a wall along the border with Minnesota.  
Peter Corey Added Feb 21, 2017 - 8:13pm
>Had the Ashkenazim been given North Dakota rather than Palestine within a year they'd have bombed a hotel in Fargo, started shelling Montana, declared Saskatchewan an existential threat and erected a wall along the border with Minnesota.  
 
That's just your Parkinson's Dementia talking. Gilbert. Viz.,
 
"Parkinson's disease dementia is a decline in thinking and reasoning that develops in someone diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at least a year earlier. Common symptoms include: Changes in memory, concentration and judgment."
Peter Corey Added Feb 21, 2017 - 8:21pm
>There's different POV's on that, however.
 
Inventing historical events that never occurred is not an example of a "different POV." It's simply lying about history. Even a Bavarian like you should be able to understand the difference.
 
Garry Leech at Counterpunch wrote: ". . . at the expense of the Palestinian people who have lived there for two thousand years."
 
There were no "Palestinian people". Ever. Arab Muslims didn't start living there until the 7th century CE, and they were a distinct minority in the late 19th, early 20th centuries until Jewish developers, investors, and engineers, starting making technological improvements in land that they had legally purchased. Capital improvements by Jews attracted Arab Muslim immigrants from other countries, who sought higher wages for their labor, as well as better living conditions.
 
The notion of a "Palestinian people" was an invention by Yasser Arafat to hoodwink western media and intellectuals:
 
"If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them." - Yasser Arafat, from his authorized biography
 
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William Stockton Added Feb 21, 2017 - 9:17pm
Wow Stone.  How about a little history lesson here.
 
First, that histogram at the top of your article is fake fucking news.  It paints an entirely false premise that Isreal is a heartless expansionist state.
 
Lets see.  How about this statement which is more true than your fake shit:
After 1973 war (Yom Kippur War), Isreal should have complete ownership, without question, all of the land from the Golem Heights in the north down to the Suez Canal including all of the Sinai Peninsula and a large swath Egypt west of the Suez.  Because when that war ended, which Isreal did not start in the first place, Isreal had taken all that land.  
Why is there even a Palestine today?  Why doesn't Isreal have the Sinai Peninsula today?  Because Isreal wanted peace more than land and gave it back to the very people that attacked them.   Those same people who desperately wanted another Jewish holocaust in 1973.
 
So for fuck sake Stone.  Get your history right.
 
"History is (re)written by pussies . . . not made by pussies"  
 
and of course . . . 
 
"Might IS right"
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 22, 2017 - 9:49am
Where is a country called Palestine ? Tell you what: I don't really care NOW about Israel or Palestine having an own country, as long as the Kurds don't have one, whatever history may be behind.
 
I simply can't accept that some people are given one and others the same right (if that can be expressed that way) is denied. Independent of any history. This is 2017 we should draw a line, forget old errors and not use them for advantage of some anymore.
 
It's the NOW generations that count. Nothing else.
Peter Corey Added Feb 22, 2017 - 6:33pm
>Where is a country called Palestine ? Tell you what: I don't really care
 
You don't care? Then why did you title your leading post, "How Palestine Became Eradicated. Who's Next?" Why would you even be concerned how "Palestine became eradicated" if you don't care if a country called "Palestine" even existed at any time in history? If you don't care whether a country called Palestine ever existed, then you're entire leading post doesn't make sense.
 
Dumbshit Bavarian.
 
>as long as the Kurds don't have one
 
Why should Kurds have their own country? Historically, there was never a country called "Kurdistan" (unlike a country called "Israel", which indeed existed historically in exactly the location it is today); and the Kurdish people — though unified by language and culture — are spread across countries that already exist, and which are also unified by their own languages and cultures; namely, Turkey, Iran, and Iraq. Sorry, but that's an entirely different set of circumstances from those of Israel.
 
In any case, masking your antisemitism and ignorance of the history of the Middle East and Levant in particular by pretending to be "fair minded" and "concerned" about the problems of some other group of people — in this case, the Kurds — is pathetically transparent: "No, no, I'm not antisemitic at all! I just wish to be fair and good and honorable toward ALL peoples and cultures because that's the kind of guy I am! Since Kurds haven't been given a homeland by a UN vote, then neither should Jews! See? I'm just being fair!").
 
Once again: Dumbshit Bavarian.
 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 23, 2017 - 6:55am
Dumbshit Bavarian.
 
Back to school, creepo. Bavaria is in Germany.
 
To the rest: Bla bla bla. Go tell the Kurds they're not a people, and they've got no history, therefore they don't deserve a country.
 
Period.
Jeffry Gilbert Added Feb 23, 2017 - 8:38am
With the recent increase in Zionists asserting victimhood one can easily extrapolate yet another false flag attack is in the works. 
Peter Corey Added Feb 23, 2017 - 6:18pm
>Go tell the Kurds they're not a people,
 
??? I already wrote in my previous post that they are a people.
 
>and they've got no history,
 
??? I already wrote in my previous post that they have a history.
 
>therefore they don't deserve a country.
 
No group deserves its own country just because its members are unified by a common history. Your suggestion is quite possibly the stupidest thing you've ever posted . . .
 
. . . Aside from everything else you've posted, that is.
Peter Corey Added Feb 23, 2017 - 6:18pm
>With the recent increase in Zionists asserting victimhood one can easily extrapolate yet another false flag attack is in the works. 
 
That's just your Parkinson's Dementia talking. Gilbert. Viz.,
 
"Parkinson's disease dementia is a decline in thinking and reasoning that develops in someone diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at least a year earlier. Common symptoms include: Changes in memory, concentration and judgment."
Peter Corey Added Feb 23, 2017 - 6:22pm
>Bavaria is in Germany.
 
I know. I could've sworn you were Bavarian.
 
Oh, well. I guess Bavaria doesn't have a monopoly on cretinous stupidity. You should be proud that you are offering them stiff competition in that area. 
Stone-Eater Friedli Added Feb 24, 2017 - 2:06pm
Yes Peter.
 
At your service. I'm glad to have met someone with such an extraordinary intellectual capacity like you. 
 
I will stay in the corner until you call me out. But do 
 
I could've sworn you were Bavarian.
 
try to get some more information first. If not you won't earn my respect :-)
 
I give you a hint: Switzerland is not Sweden or Germany, and Paris is not the capital of Texas. Helpful utilities are Google maps. And the knob on your PC is meant to turn it on.
 
I'm a Helvetian, by the way.
Peter Corey Added Feb 24, 2017 - 4:56pm
Helvetia!
 
C'est chouette! J’ai la pêche pour tout le week-end!
 
". . . in Italy for 30 years under the Borgias they had warfare, terror, murder, and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and the Renaissance. In Switzerland they had brotherly love - they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock."
— Orson Welles (as Harry Lime) from The Third Man
 
You must have Bavarian blood in you, though. The Swiss might not be the most innovative and imaginative people in the world but they never had the reputation of being utter blockheads like you. 
 
Check your genealogy and get a DNA test. I'm confident you'll find a Bavarian in there somewhere. Keep us apprised of the results. We're curious.

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