Sunday, October 14, 2007

There's no end to the Israel vs Palestine crap

Rice plays down chance of breakthrough on Mideast trip
TEL AVIV: US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice began her latest Middle East tour on Sunday warning that she did not expect a major peace breakthrough ahead of a US-sponsored meeting next month...
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Geez, you think!?

You know, for as along as I've lived and maybe beyond. I don't think there's ever going to be any resolves to the middle east conflicts. It's obvious why. The Israel and Palestine both won't give up the land that 'belong' to them. Added to that the religious fanatical of both sides and you get a whole lot of fires and time-bomb waiting to explode into an enormous nuclear mushroom.

Maybe, that's a great idea. Just nuclearised the whole place and let them start anew. Just like reformatting my hard drive.

No Palestinian land or Israelis land. Pure and simple. But, I think, no matter what they will still fight each other. It's just in their genes. There ain't going to be any peace in that accursed land.

People just keep fighting for it. Even if they have to fight for generations. Destroying the world at the process. Just think about it. How long has people been fighting for that land?

Millions have been killed. River of blood flowing incessantly. Nobody care, about who dies. In the end they just kill for the fun of it.

It's really up to this two groups to try to come into terms. But, again. I must stress as far as my knowledge it won't happen. Maybe, one day. But, not now. I don't know if it's going to be in my lifetime or our children lifetime or their children lifetime.

There will come a time when it will end but, you'll have to wait and see. It's gonna happen alright. The wheel is in motion.

There will be the ultimate war and then it will end and there will be lasting peace.

But, the only ever-lasting peace you get is in heaven.

Pray you'll be in it..

Good night!

Just hoping I'll be able to wake up tomorrow. You never know when it's going to end.