Sometimes I just can't figure people out, that is to say, are they faking their stupidly, or are they really as stupid as they sound. And today's a good example of that, with the following statement, from CNN (which of course if you follow this most recent uprising between Israel and Hamas you will also see how one sided CNN is on who they prefer to be the winner of the war, or at least I see it that way), anyhow the statement reads: "Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak told U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday that the shelling of a U.N. relief agency's compound in Gaza City was "a grave mistake," the U.N. chief said." Let's look at this closer.
Can we not get a Secretary-General at the UN who is not pro Palestine ever? This guy Ban Ki-moon is from the moon. Rocket him back. I mean, do you really think Israel cares what Ki-moon says, and he says it like he is superman "a grave mistake," I repeat, what does that mean? I mean, what does he think he can do to Israel the UN has not already done?
First of all, the UN is and always has been for ages one sided, they are Jew haters, and everyone knows this who pays any attention to what is going on at the UN. I mean, the Jews can't even represent themselves at the UN. Can't walk down the halls where the Palatines, walk, it is worse there, than it was during the Civil War in the USA, with the Blacks. If it wasn't for the US veto power, the state of Israel would not exist.
If it was up to the UN, they would have Israel sit down quietly, and be targeted by Hamas, until every Jew in Israeli was dead. And that is not funny, but it is a fact. They are asking them to do what no country would do right at this moment, have asked them several times to lay down and die. If Mexico was sending over rockets into California, what to you think the response would be? And if Ki-moon said, "It would be a grave mistake to attack them back," what do you think the people of the United States would say? Remember Georgia and Russia a few months back, that is the response the US would give Mexico, and to the UN, well, since we give them $20-billion dollars a year they may not sound off too loud.
But the point here is this: the UN has no cards to play with Israel other than convincing he US to betray Israel, and with the new president coming into office, who knows what, we shall find out soon what side of the fence he prefers: and they will not condemn Hamas, face to face, and the citizens of Gaza are-and they already know they are-the sacrifice for the so called homeland (which in the back of their heads should be all of Israel, to include the Holy City). Their job is to keep Israel busy, warn down, until the Arab world unites into a confederation, and obliterates Israel, somewhere down the road; the code of the people.
In any war, you go to win not to put a bandage on a wound that needs an operation. Wake up Mr. Ki-moon; we're all not dummies out here, as you'd like us to be.
Last but not least, the question comes up, referring to the compound fired upon that belongs to the UN today, or perhaps over there it was yesterday. The UN assumed without investigation, Israel was at fault, and perhaps they were, but it is a 50 to 50, toss of the coin at the moment, meaning, perhaps the beloved Hamas, on their behalf, did the dirty deed, and if so I wonder if they will get their hands slapped by Mr. Ki-moon, which they could care less, but it would be interesting to see. Second, the UN must, or should try to realize it is in a war zone, not Disneyland.
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