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Discussion in 'Religion & Politics' started by jackson micheal, Dec 24, 2016.
Which side you on?
Put in a poll and I might tell you.
The world would be better off without Israel & its debilitating influence over politics, finance and media. But Palestine isn't making itself look much better with it's ISIS-like zealots.
Palestine because we can't let @oddguy win.
It's the Israeli liberals who keep promoting & propagating the ideas of forced "multiculturalism" for western & European nations, followed by the importation of thousands of refugees and un-assimilatable Africans.
Unsurprisingly, they don't take their own suggestions and import the rapefugees into their own country colony of illegal settlements.
Can we not exterminate both?
There is no middle/center in political decisions.
If you try to act like there is one you end up with countries like Sweden.
Middle or center is letting them both coexist. Picking one or the other is what the Jews want you to do so they can either control you or alienate you. The only correct answer is to gas everyone in the region.
Shut up pussy
Fuck off, retard.
Fuck off retard
Can we nuke the whole area? It's only a matter of time until they do it themselves; why prologue the inevitable?
Who the fuck are you?
The largest Jewish city is New York City with 1.1 million Jews. The New York Jews are the ones who push multiculturalism. Frankfurt School philosophical marixsts like Adorno, and Horkheimer moved to NYC as refugees. You're mixing up reformed Jews with Orthodox Jews.
Israel itself is fine. They've developed an oasis of prosperity and strong values amid tribally organized Arabs who used to be Jordanian or Egyptian before WW II. They're not helping any other countries become unicultural but they're happy to do it themselves.
You want to nuke the root of Jewish evil, glass the North East U.S.
AIDS or Cancer ?
No offense but only an American who doesn't know the region would say something so stupid. Israel is no better than Lebanon or Syria. Tel Aviv is one of the worst places I've ever visited.
They have running water and electricity. It might be culturally less interesting than Lebanese noodle rice but it functions far better as an economic entity than Syria and Lebanon combined. Tel Aviv has cool Bauhaus architecture too.
If you visited Damascus and Jerusalem in 2010 you would not think Israel was much richer than Syria. Israel is a surprisingly poor, shitty place (and not just the haredi places).
Food in the region is universally "meh".