Quote: Originally Posted by earth_as_one
When did you post something polite G? You'll have to quote yourself, because I missed that post. You might have to go back a few years... which shouldn't be a problem since dredging up old posts from years ago is one of your specialties.
E Fukin Nuff Buckey - Yes I tried to be polite but you are a 1st class XXXXXXX- What War Criminals is the Govt protecting - You mentioned on another post the Canadian were War Criminals - Proof - Not BShxt is required.
Put up or shut up.
So after reading the below again then be kind enuff to answer the above questions which have been asked before - You tar people with War Criminal - all Canadians - and i am sure it is directed at Conservatives and Soldier - My opinion. So Proof -
You read them - - Go the the Palestinian thread -
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EAO - Just for you. Do accuse me of being impartial. Some excellent points and 1 State is not on the list.
Israel, Palestine and the United Nations: Yes to Palestinian statehood | The Economist
THE Palestinians are edging closer to getting a recognised state, at least on paper. Their application to the UN’s Security Council, pencilled in for September 23rd, will be rebuffed by an American veto. But if they then go to the UN General Assembly, which seems likely sooner or later, the Palestinians will win an overwhelming majority. The “observer” status that would be given to them would be similar to that of the Vatican—a position short of full membership, which can be conferred only by the Security Council. It would not make an immediate difference on the ground but would help the Palestinians on their way to the real thing by giving them a diplomatic fillip. It should be encouraged, for reasons of both principle and practice.
The principle is simple: the Palestinians deserve a state, just as the Israelis do. The United States, the European Union and the Israeli government have all endorsed a two-state solution. There is broad agreement that the boundary should be based on the pre-1967 one, with land swaps allowing Israel to keep its biggest settlements close to the line, in return for the Palestinians gaining land elsewhere; Jerusalem should be shared; and the Palestinians should give up their claimed right of return to Israel proper. That still leaves much room for negotiation. But provided that the Palestinian request at the UN, still unfiled as The Economist went to press, does not undermine the basic terms of this deal, it is hard to see why any peacemaker, including America’s Barack Obama, should oppose a proposal that nudges Palestine closer to real statehood (see article).
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Point – Because the Canadian Govt does not favor a Palestinian State at this moment, having 193 other nations stick their nose into negotiations, having the Arabs wield another weapon to continue their trend of Hate the Jews.
So because of that we have a rogue govt in power that will trample Canadians Rights. Are you a Drama Queen???
Point – So anyone who disagrees with you is a Racist Bigot – That is what you imply
Point – Foreign Policy is good only when you agree. Please check China's – Russia's Foreign policy and who makes the grade on Human Rights
Not all Arabs are Muslim. Some are Christian and Jewish. A small number of Palestinian refugees are Christian.
EAO - Read the complete texts Petros and I both posted. Follow it - Not hard.
Who is cherry picking???? This is your first post in this thread which admits "illegal happenings" "on both sides". You never described the Israeli ones, but you did describe the Palestinian ones in detail.
Guess that is a Not Like on his post.Could you shorten them up a tad.
Did I say that. Post was ref Arab countries - You and I both know that.
Arab Christians? The ones living in refugee camps?