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anthonyMI -
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I don't believe it will happen. What would happen to the Arab populations in those areas? 

It's a crazy idea and any Israeli politician who is in favor of it is a complete idiot., including and especially Bibi if he really means it or God forbid, acts on it.

I hope it's just idle political bullshit talk.

with Bibi you never know. He did proclaim Israel permanently annexed the golan, right?

Golan was annexed in 1981. You are thinking fo Trump explicitly recognizing the annexation. Golan isn't that controversial, though.

That is the map that Bibi used. The Jordan Valley would be annexed, with Jericho being made into a Palestinian enclave.

yeah, maybe i'm thinking of them renaming a town, city, settlement, whatever, after Trump.

It may not be "controversal" to you, but it certainly is to syria, especially after israel found a potential billiion barrels of oil reserve. I believe international law states revenue would revert to syria, but israel gives zero fucks . that was 2015. no idea on any updates

i'd imagine every country that hates israel believes they're illegally occuping the golan.

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"way to totally intentionally miss the point to further your assertions. WRONG!!!!  the moral of the story is after he had the king of jordan killed, he was influential enough they granted him entry, as opposed to having him murdered the second he entered."

There isn’t much proof that Husseini was involved in the assassination of King Abdullah. It is a conspiracy theory. If you want to learn anything about the Arab world, the first thing you should keep in mind is that Arabs love conspiracy theories. Makes sense, the map of the Middle East was created by a secret conspiracy.

His late life association with the Jordanian monarchy was the final in a long line of attempts to use his name, which was given to him in the first place by the British in order to push their own interests, to try and grovel his way into proximity to power, only for it to not amount to anything. And while his association with the Nazis was obviously the worst, him doing it with the Jordanians and abandoning the PLO along the way was the most pathetic.

Which is the main problem behind making an argument out of copy-pasting random hasbara blogs. You might get a few data points, some true some not true some speculative, but you don’t know how to connect them together.

You also seem to have problems with black and white thinking. There are other options besides Palestinians owning all of the land and Palestinians not owning any land. The early Zionist land purchases, especially before WW1, were from Turkish landlords. The Jezreel Valley is the prototypical example. It was, and it, some of the most fertile land in the area and was sold by a noble who lived in Damascus. Zionist settlement was very concentrated around these areas. But there was also a local powerful class. Palestine was actually one of the less centrally owned parts of the Ottoman Empire, exactly because it was less economically productive. It is really weird how some people can parrot both the Empty Land narrative and Pals Didn’t Own Anything narrative at the same time without noticing that.

Which also leads into another one of your problems looking at Israel. You have a very America-centric worldview. Owning land did and does not give someone the right to do with it however they want. Even in Jewish law that isn’t how it works. Whether the local landlord was a Palestinian local leader or an absentee Turk, the people living on the land had the full right to live there. Which shouldn’t be too confusing, that is how feudalism works. Land reform was point number one on just about every European nationalist movement because a similar system was at work in Poland and Hungary as in Palestine.

The disruptive thing that Zionists did in Palestine wasn’t capitalistic either. They were socialists who formed communes and saw labor as a way to redeem the Jewish soul, which didn’t leave much room for having felaheen serfs. Even today in Israel’s liberalized economy, private land ownership isn’t that important in Israel. The Jewish National Fund is still the largest landowner, with the Rothschild family and Greek Orthodox Church ranking up there. Private land ownership is more common for Arabs than Jews.

The "proof" is in the pudding. He was the most powerful man in Pal. The suspects were from his family (IIRC), he hated the king of Jordan and wanted him dead. Dont have to be columbo

"There are other options besides Palestinians owning all of the land and Palestinians not owning any land"

Opinions????? LMFAO - WRONG, FACT. 100% varfiable, as in ACTUAL DEEDS ised byte Ottoman empire i possession of TURKS

not ALL the land that was held by the public (the link i provided showed the breakdown of various classification), just MOST of the land.

AND SERIOUSLY, GO FUCK YOURSELF WITH THAT COPY PASTA, PLAGIARIZING BULLSHIT!!!!

Asswipe, every single fucking "fact" you fucking spew, you fucking read. So every fucking letter you fucking type, you're just fucking PARROTING whatever full of shit, asswipe, jew hater you happen to read, so BLOWME!!!

Here's fucking novel fucking concept. I KNOW every fucking thing I copy and paste, WHICH IS WHY I KNOW WHERE TO FUCKING GO, AND WHAT TERMS TO SEARCH FOR!!!!  C&P is just easier than having to type that shit a 100x, because this piece of shit website has "had a problem with your post, please try again", and i'm not spending 3 fucking hours retyping shit i retyped the first 3

AND FUCK YOU DOUBLY FOR THINKING I FUCKING GOT IT WRONG, AND DONT KNOW HOW TO PIECE SHIT TOGETHER. FUCK YOU !!! YOU GOT IT WRONG, NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU CLAIM YOURSELF TO BE ALL KNOWING ALL SEEING. I DONT KNOW WHI THE FUCK YOU THING YOU ARE, BUT YOUR PATHETIC ATTEMPTS TO BELITTLE SERVE NOTHING MORE THAN TO PROVE WHAT A LITTLE PIECE OF KNOW NOTHING, WORTHLESS SHIT YOU ARE

"Owning land did and does not give someone the right to do with it however they want. Even in Jewish law that isn’t how it works. Whether the local landlord was a Palestinian local leader or an absentee Turk, the people living on the land had the full right to live there."

WHAT SORT OF HORSESHIT IS THAT? Sure, the turks went through all the trouble of instituting NEW land laws and OWNERSHIP rights, because it meant fucking nothing, and squatters have all rights. Do yo even fucking hear yourself? 100% convinced you're a fucking troll at this point. Feudal governments saying who's ever living somewhere has the right to live there? WHAT?!?!?!!??!  Yeah, because during kings NEVER confiscated land and took every possesion someone had because they didnt pay their taxes, or feel out of royal favor, or any one of a thousand things.  hold shit, go study medieval England

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blood fist -
Ghengiseanie - 

So you are planing on annexing part of JOrdan next. That Greater Zion project is just a conspiracy theory right?


It's unclear who you are addressing that question to, Ghengis.

 

anyone may answer or comment


Well the question doesn't really make sense. I don't think me or BF are planning to annex any part of Jordan. Were you talking about all Jews? Israel? What?

Nobody is going to be annexing Jordan. Israel and Jordan have a great relationship and both economies would take a HUGE hit if they were to fight. Jordanians come to Israel in droves to work. Israel has taught Jordanians how to farm. Now they have some of the best fruit anywhere in the world. 

Good reply to Genghis. His question really doesn't make sense since it is not directed to anyone.

I certainly hope you are right that Israel will not Annex any more land. It would be a disaster.

 

huh??

petty sure i said the same thing when he 1st posted when i said, thats a question israel - lol

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Genghis confused the Jordan Valley with the Kingdom of Jordan.

I don’t know how serious Bibi is with this. Usually his right-wing song and dance before elections is kept vague so he can’t really be called a liar. The Jordan Valley annexation is much more specific and pointed. It sounds more believable.

The stuff about annexing all settlements was bundled with a way to get out of it. The Trump Peace Plan, or the lack of one.

 

Anthony, what would your reaction be if Israel annexed the Jordan Valley? And what do you think the world's reaction would be?

It is rough. I always have it in the back of my mind that I’ll move back to Israel and even get my citizenship. If all of the settlements are annexed, that is game over for that idea. Israel will have become an Apartheid State and the Zionist dream will be dead. The best case scenario would be to have the inevitable crisis result in a bi-national state instead of something worse. Salvage what can be salvaged. Give me Yavne and it’s scholars.

I don’t think the Jordan Valley annexation is quite beyond me red lines. I’d be pissed, but it would still be salvageable. The Jordan Valley is agricultural, but not many people live there. Most of that land area is already on lock down as military-use. It dicks over the Palestinians and makes peace even more difficult than before, but it is land that is prime for being swapped while allowing Israel to maintain some kind of presence on the Jordanian border.

As for the world, I don’t know but it won’t be good.

derp.. typica jew hating trope "Apartheid State". No, it wouldnt. Israel not only has miles to go to have the same laws as "Apartheid", and, Apartheid was specfically the law set of SA. Even if tey had the exact same laws, it wouldnt be Apartheid.

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Genghis confused the Jordan Valley with the Kingdom of Jordan.

I don’t know how serious Bibi is with this. Usually his right-wing song and dance before elections is kept vague so he can’t really be called a liar. The Jordan Valley annexation is much more specific and pointed. It sounds more believable.

The stuff about annexing all settlements was bundled with a way to get out of it. The Trump Peace Plan, or the lack of one.

 

Anthony, what would your reaction be if Israel annexed the Jordan Valley? And what do you think the world's reaction would be?

It is rough. I always have it in the back of my mind that I’ll move back to Israel and even get my citizenship. If all of the settlements are annexed, that is game over for that idea. Israel will have become an Apartheid State and the Zionist dream will be dead. The best case scenario would be to have the inevitable crisis result in a bi-national state instead of something worse. Salvage what can be salvaged. Give me Yavne and it’s scholars.

I don’t think the Jordan Valley annexation is quite beyond me red lines. I’d be pissed, but it would still be salvageable. The Jordan Valley is agricultural, but not many people live there. Most of that land area is already on lock down as military-use. It dicks over the Palestinians and makes peace even more difficult than before, but it is land that is prime for being swapped while allowing Israel to maintain some kind of presence on the Jordanian border.

As for the world, I don’t know but it won’t be good.

derp.. typica jew hating trope "Apartheid State". No, it wouldnt. Israel not only has miles to go to have the same laws as "Apartheid", and, Apartheid was specfically the law set of SA. Even if tey had the exact same laws, it wouldnt be Apartheid.

For now. The full annexation of the settlement blocs, which would make a third of the population of the State into non-citizen resident aliens without any possibility of citizenship and few rights, living in discreet pockets of essentially bantustans with no guarantee of freedom of movement between them. That action would cover those miles. You can make up another word for it if Apartheid is too specific. Hafrada is the closest to it, but doesn’t feel strong enough.

I am skeptical that Bibi would follow through with that promise, though. He isn’t that crazy. I don’t think.

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A lot of the time errors come from quote trees filling up the character limit, so you can avoid them by not quoting. If I make an especially long post I’ll just copy it in case the forum’s dogshhit software eats it the first time.

”WHAT SORT OF HORSESHIT IS THAT? Sure, the turks went through all the trouble of instituting NEW land laws and OWNERSHIP rights, because it meant fucking nothing, and squatters have all rights. Do yo even fucking hear yourself? 100% convinced you're a fucking troll at this point. Feudal governments saying who's ever living somewhere has the right to live there? WHAT?!?!?!!??!  Yeah, because during kings NEVER confiscated land and took every possesion someone had because they didnt pay their taxes, or feel out of royal favor, or any one of a thousand things.  hold shit, go study medieval England”

Not squatters, residents. You are still projecting your own values onto people living in a foreign culture in a different time. The traditional understanding of land ownership was that the village as a whole had the rights to the use of its lands. Who specifically lived on or tended a specific plot of land was an internal matter that the government didn’t much care about. The Tanzimat Land Reform’s main job was to streamline all of the complicated decrees, grants, etc. into a modern legal code. In most cases, it didn’t change how people actually lived their lives, though there was of course plenty of corruption and fuckery that took place during the changeover. Ownership of the land mostly just meant the right to collect rents.

If an English king started arbitrarily seizing lands, he would end of with a rebellion due to acting arbitrarily and unlawfully. European feudalism was made up of many different types of peasantry depending of where and when you are talking about, but the most common type of serfdom was that they were completely bound to the land. That went both ways. They could not leave the land, but a lord could also not sell the serf to someone else apart from the land. Doing it any other way wouldn’t make sense, you need people to actually work that land and Count Dipshit wasn’t about to toil in the fields himself.

That isn’t exactly how it worked in Palestine, but you get the idea. The Zionists reshaped that system because their whole purpose was to toil in the fields themselves. Where a new landlord in the times before that meant you just owed money to someone else, now it meant somebody else was coming in to take your places. Leading to internal  migration to places like the slums of Haifa.

But, again, no, not all the land was owned by absentee Turks. A lot of it was. A lot of it wasn’t. For example, a lot of the land west of Jerusalem was owned by the Abu Ghosh clan. The Abu Ghosh were based out of the town of, shockingly, Abu Ghosh. Famous for its hummus.

As for the rest of that post, I don’t know why you think doing the text equivalent of screaming like a madman makes you look like the reasonable one.

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anthonyMI -
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anthonyMI -
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anthonyMI - 

Genghis confused the Jordan Valley with the Kingdom of Jordan.

I don’t know how serious Bibi is with this. Usually his right-wing song and dance before elections is kept vague so he can’t really be called a liar. The Jordan Valley annexation is much more specific and pointed. It sounds more believable.

The stuff about annexing all settlements was bundled with a way to get out of it. The Trump Peace Plan, or the lack of one.

 

Anthony, what would your reaction be if Israel annexed the Jordan Valley? And what do you think the world's reaction would be?

It is rough. I always have it in the back of my mind that I’ll move back to Israel and even get my citizenship. If all of the settlements are annexed, that is game over for that idea. Israel will have become an Apartheid State and the Zionist dream will be dead. The best case scenario would be to have the inevitable crisis result in a bi-national state instead of something worse. Salvage what can be salvaged. Give me Yavne and it’s scholars.

I don’t think the Jordan Valley annexation is quite beyond me red lines. I’d be pissed, but it would still be salvageable. The Jordan Valley is agricultural, but not many people live there. Most of that land area is already on lock down as military-use. It dicks over the Palestinians and makes peace even more difficult than before, but it is land that is prime for being swapped while allowing Israel to maintain some kind of presence on the Jordanian border.

As for the world, I don’t know but it won’t be good.

derp.. typica jew hating trope "Apartheid State". No, it wouldnt. Israel not only has miles to go to have the same laws as "Apartheid", and, Apartheid was specfically the law set of SA. Even if tey had the exact same laws, it wouldnt be Apartheid.

For now. The full annexation of the settlement blocs, which would make a third of the population of the State into non-citizen resident aliens without any possibility of citizenship and few rights, living in discreet pockets of essentially bantustans with no guarantee of freedom of movement between them. That action would cover those miles. You can make up another word for it if Apartheid is too specific. Hafrada is the closest to it, but doesn’t feel strong enough.

I am skeptical that Bibi would follow through with that promise, though. He isn’t that crazy. I don’t think.

being a democracy, and having a actual court that doesnt necessarily side with the government, i could see a lawsuit, if it didnt happen immediately, if israel did annex any terrority, i could see them becoming citizens, just like every arab was given the oppertunity to become a full israeli citizen when they became a state. The arabs living in the Golan when annex were offered citizenship. And take guess. Did they accept the offer?

its funny, how YOU and EVERY anti jew calls israel apartheid inits current form. the ara members of the kneset hd the never to call israel it when the nation state law as passed  . they are members of the government, duely elected and serving. there are specific governmental agency completely run by arabs for arabs, yet they say apartheid because israel DARE establish a national langue that isnt theirs. israeli citizens with every right a jew has. And you have the never to use the term too. Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it

you know, palestinians have no one to blame but themselves. when israel was formed, their were 85k in gaza. theres 2.5 million today. Conditions were so horrible, they decided to have 20 kids each, just so they can suffer more. he's a fucking idea, how about you move the fuck out and better your life? Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out. Given a home in Jordan, and they repay the kindness by trying to overthrow the government. Cry me a river.

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anthonyMI -

A lot of the time errors come from quote trees filling up the character limit, so you can avoid them by not quoting. If I make an especially long post I’ll just copy it in case the forum’s dogshhit software eats it the first time.

”WHAT SORT OF HORSESHIT IS THAT? Sure, the turks went through all the trouble of instituting NEW land laws and OWNERSHIP rights, because it meant fucking nothing, and squatters have all rights. Do yo even fucking hear yourself? 100% convinced you're a fucking troll at this point. Feudal governments saying who's ever living somewhere has the right to live there? WHAT?!?!?!!??!  Yeah, because during kings NEVER confiscated land and took every possesion someone had because they didnt pay their taxes, or feel out of royal favor, or any one of a thousand things.  hold shit, go study medieval England”

Not squatters, residents. You are still projecting your own values onto people living in a foreign culture in a different time. The traditional understanding of land ownership was that the village as a whole had the rights to the use of its lands. Who specifically lived on or tended a specific plot of land was an internal matter that the government didn’t much care about. The Tanzimat Land Reform’s main job was to streamline all of the complicated decrees, grants, etc. into a modern legal code. In most cases, it didn’t change how people actually lived their lives, though there was of course plenty of corruption and fuckery that took place during the changeover. Ownership of the land mostly just meant the right to collect rents.

If an English king started arbitrarily seizing lands, he would end of with a rebellion due to acting arbitrarily and unlawfully. European feudalism was made up of many different types of peasantry depending of where and when you are talking about, but the most common type of serfdom was that they were completely bound to the land. That went both ways. They could not leave the land, but a lord could also not sell the serf to someone else apart from the land. Doing it any other way wouldn’t make sense, you need people to actually work that land and Count Dipshit wasn’t about to toil in the fields himself.

That isn’t exactly how it worked in Palestine, but you get the idea. The Zionists reshaped that system because their whole purpose was to toil in the fields themselves. Where a new landlord in the times before that meant you just owed money to someone else, now it meant somebody else was coming in to take your places. Leading to internal  migration to places like the slums of Haifa.

But, again, no, not all the land was owned by absentee Turks. A lot of it was. A lot of it wasn’t. For example, a lot of the land west of Jerusalem was owned by the Abu Ghosh clan. The Abu Ghosh were based out of the town of, shockingly, Abu Ghosh. Famous for its hummus.

As for the rest of that post, I don’t know why you think doing the text equivalent of screaming like a madman makes you look like the reasonable one.

Not squatters, residents. You are still projecting your own values onto people living in a foreign culture in a different time. The traditional understanding of land ownership was that the village as a whole had the rights to the use of its lands.

 

And a squatter isnt a resident? yeah, ok. No, I understand and know FULL WELL how it work. It may have worked one way under turkish rule, but that meant fuck all once israel became a country. Torries enjoyed a wonderful life under british rule, but when we gained our independance, we dealt with loyalists, Legal ownership actually means something, no matter how much you "claim" it didnt. The difference here is I have facts and history on my side. The FACT is turks took advantage, became LEGAL land owners had LEGAL rights to the land and the squatters aka people who  may have lived there for generations with no legal claim to the land or their home had legal fuck all to say when land was sold, or seized FROM THE TURKISH OWNER. palestinians may not have cared their were laws about ownership, but israel sure as shit did.,

If an English king started arbitrarily seizing lands, he would end of with a rebellion due to acting arbitrarily and unlawfully.

aye aye aye aye aye. More shit you're pulling out of your ass. You dont know shit about shit. Unlawfully? He was the law! He made the law. Actually try learning some shit about it.
Ever hear of William the Conqueror? what happen to all the saxon nobles lands and titles?
How about nobles who revolted and were beaten or who backed the losing side in a coup attempt. Did they get to keep their lands and titles or their fucking lives? How about a noble who failed to pay his tax bill ? you think the king said fuck it, i was seize your assets as payment of your debt? How do you think the monarchary became the largest land owner in britain? jesus. how is this even a question?????????

There were tons of rebellions when nobles thought the king had gone to far. the magna carter was supposed to limit powers, but most said fuck it and did what they wanted anyway. shit even cromwell did what the fuck he wanted

A lot of it was. A lot of it wasn’t.
the link i proved breaks down exactly who owned what.

I don’t know why you think doing the text equivalent of screaming ...

because you're a condescending dick, and you're trying to belittle me by insinuating i dont know shit and I'm just copying and pasting radom shit you're dismissive of, when in fact, you're whole holy than thou and smarter than thou act is bullshit, and irrespective of you  proclaiming your intellectual superiority, and infalliblity, it is I in FACT, that am correct in almost, everything I've posted. I believe i was mistaken twice on the entire thread

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anthonyMI -
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anthonyMI -
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anthonyMI - 

Genghis confused the Jordan Valley with the Kingdom of Jordan.

I don’t know how serious Bibi is with this. Usually his right-wing song and dance before elections is kept vague so he can’t really be called a liar. The Jordan Valley annexation is much more specific and pointed. It sounds more believable.

The stuff about annexing all settlements was bundled with a way to get out of it. The Trump Peace Plan, or the lack of one.

 

Anthony, what would your reaction be if Israel annexed the Jordan Valley? And what do you think the world's reaction would be?

It is rough. I always have it in the back of my mind that I’ll move back to Israel and even get my citizenship. If all of the settlements are annexed, that is game over for that idea. Israel will have become an Apartheid State and the Zionist dream will be dead. The best case scenario would be to have the inevitable crisis result in a bi-national state instead of something worse. Salvage what can be salvaged. Give me Yavne and it’s scholars.

I don’t think the Jordan Valley annexation is quite beyond me red lines. I’d be pissed, but it would still be salvageable. The Jordan Valley is agricultural, but not many people live there. Most of that land area is already on lock down as military-use. It dicks over the Palestinians and makes peace even more difficult than before, but it is land that is prime for being swapped while allowing Israel to maintain some kind of presence on the Jordanian border.

As for the world, I don’t know but it won’t be good.

derp.. typica jew hating trope "Apartheid State". No, it wouldnt. Israel not only has miles to go to have the same laws as "Apartheid", and, Apartheid was specfically the law set of SA. Even if tey had the exact same laws, it wouldnt be Apartheid.

For now. The full annexation of the settlement blocs, which would make a third of the population of the State into non-citizen resident aliens without any possibility of citizenship and few rights, living in discreet pockets of essentially bantustans with no guarantee of freedom of movement between them. That action would cover those miles. You can make up another word for it if Apartheid is too specific. Hafrada is the closest to it, but doesn’t feel strong enough.

I am skeptical that Bibi would follow through with that promise, though. He isn’t that crazy. I don’t think.

being a democracy, and having a actual court that doesnt necessarily side with the government, i could see a lawsuit, if it didnt happen immediately, if israel did annex any terrority, i could see them becoming citizens, just like every arab was given the oppertunity to become a full israeli citizen when they became a state. The arabs living in the Golan when annex were offered citizenship. And take guess. Did they accept the offer?

its funny, how YOU and EVERY anti jew calls israel apartheid inits current form. the ara members of the kneset hd the never to call israel it when the nation state law as passed  . they are members of the government, duely elected and serving. there are specific governmental agency completely run by arabs for arabs, yet they say apartheid because israel DARE establish a national langue that isnt theirs. israeli citizens with every right a jew has. And you have the never to use the term too. Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it

you know, palestinians have no one to blame but themselves. when israel was formed, their were 85k in gaza. theres 2.5 million today. Conditions were so horrible, they decided to have 20 kids each, just so they can suffer more. he's a fucking idea, how about you move the fuck out and better your life? Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out. Given a home in Jordan, and they repay the kindness by trying to overthrow the government. Cry me a river.

Not once did I say that Israel is currently an apartheid state. You just keep on keeping on with that hardline black and white thinking. Everyone who disagrees with you is just some Jew-hater. If Israel annexes all of the settlements like Bibi said he would do, then it would become one.

Granting the West Bank Palestinians citizenship would be one fix. It would mean Netanyahu would never be Prime Minister ever again, though. And staying in power is the one guiding principle that he follows, so it would never happen.

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anthonyMI -

A lot of the time errors come from quote trees filling up the character limit, so you can avoid them by not quoting. If I make an especially long post I’ll just copy it in case the forum’s dogshhit software eats it the first time.

”WHAT SORT OF HORSESHIT IS THAT? Sure, the turks went through all the trouble of instituting NEW land laws and OWNERSHIP rights, because it meant fucking nothing, and squatters have all rights. Do yo even fucking hear yourself? 100% convinced you're a fucking troll at this point. Feudal governments saying who's ever living somewhere has the right to live there? WHAT?!?!?!!??!  Yeah, because during kings NEVER confiscated land and took every possesion someone had because they didnt pay their taxes, or feel out of royal favor, or any one of a thousand things.  hold shit, go study medieval England”

Not squatters, residents. You are still projecting your own values onto people living in a foreign culture in a different time. The traditional understanding of land ownership was that the village as a whole had the rights to the use of its lands. Who specifically lived on or tended a specific plot of land was an internal matter that the government didn’t much care about. The Tanzimat Land Reform’s main job was to streamline all of the complicated decrees, grants, etc. into a modern legal code. In most cases, it didn’t change how people actually lived their lives, though there was of course plenty of corruption and fuckery that took place during the changeover. Ownership of the land mostly just meant the right to collect rents.

If an English king started arbitrarily seizing lands, he would end of with a rebellion due to acting arbitrarily and unlawfully. European feudalism was made up of many different types of peasantry depending of where and when you are talking about, but the most common type of serfdom was that they were completely bound to the land. That went both ways. They could not leave the land, but a lord could also not sell the serf to someone else apart from the land. Doing it any other way wouldn’t make sense, you need people to actually work that land and Count Dipshit wasn’t about to toil in the fields himself.

That isn’t exactly how it worked in Palestine, but you get the idea. The Zionists reshaped that system because their whole purpose was to toil in the fields themselves. Where a new landlord in the times before that meant you just owed money to someone else, now it meant somebody else was coming in to take your places. Leading to internal  migration to places like the slums of Haifa.

But, again, no, not all the land was owned by absentee Turks. A lot of it was. A lot of it wasn’t. For example, a lot of the land west of Jerusalem was owned by the Abu Ghosh clan. The Abu Ghosh were based out of the town of, shockingly, Abu Ghosh. Famous for its hummus.

As for the rest of that post, I don’t know why you think doing the text equivalent of screaming like a madman makes you look like the reasonable one.

Not squatters, residents. You are still projecting your own values onto people living in a foreign culture in a different time. The traditional understanding of land ownership was that the village as a whole had the rights to the use of its lands.

 

And a squatter isnt a resident? yeah, ok. No, I understand and know FULL WELL how it work. It may have worked one way under turkish rule, but that meant fuck all once israel became a country. Torries enjoyed a wonderful life under british rule, but when we gained our independance, we dealt with loyalists, Legal ownership actually means something, no matter how much you "claim" it didnt. The difference here is I have facts and history on my side. The FACT is turks took advantage, became LEGAL land owners had LEGAL rights to the land and the squatters aka people who  may have lived there for generations with no legal claim to the land or their home had legal fuck all to say when land was sold, or seized FROM THE TURKISH OWNER. palestinians may not have cared their were laws about ownership, but israel sure as shit did.,

If an English king started arbitrarily seizing lands, he would end of with a rebellion due to acting arbitrarily and unlawfully.

aye aye aye aye aye. More shit you're pulling out of your ass. You dont know shit about shit. Unlawfully? He was the law! He made the law. Actually try learning some shit about it.
Ever hear of William the Conqueror? what happen to all the saxon nobles lands and titles?
How about nobles who revolted and were beaten or who backed the losing side in a coup attempt. Did they get to keep their lands and titles or their fucking lives? How about a noble who failed to pay his tax bill ? you think the king said fuck it, i was seize your assets as payment of your debt? How do you think the monarchary became the largest land owner in britain? jesus. how is this even a question?????????

There were tons of rebellions when nobles thought the king had gone to far. the magna carter was supposed to limit powers, but most said fuck it and did what they wanted anyway. shit even cromwell did what the fuck he wanted

A lot of it was. A lot of it wasn’t.
the link i proved breaks down exactly who owned what.

I don’t know why you think doing the text equivalent of screaming ...

because you're a condescending dick, and you're trying to belittle me by insinuating i dont know shit and I'm just copying and pasting radom shit you're dismissive of, when in fact, you're whole holy than thou and smarter than thou act is bullshit, and irrespective of you  proclaiming your intellectual superiority, and infalliblity, it is I in FACT, that am correct in almost, everything I've posted. I believe i was mistaken twice on the entire thread

Your argument has devolved into “tyrannical lords who abuse their legal obligations are good, actually. The strong do what they like and the weak suffer what they must.” Following your logic, there is no way to condemn things like Soviet forced collectivization as a bad thing. They were, after all, in charge.

Most of the loyalists remained in the newly formed US, but the way. And many of the ones who fled were able to successfully sue for restitution. I thought you were just wedded to the idea of American capitalist land ownership, but you seem to just honestly think that winners in a conflict can do whatever they like to the losers. With feudalism, a lord was allowed to strip a rebellious vassal of land because those were the terms of the relationship. Land in exchange for service and loyalty. A king who stripped lands from lords who were following their contracts was acting illegally.

Yes, I already said that Zionist land purchases changed how land was treated. They were socialist laborers, not fuedal lords. And you seem to be under the impression that 100% of the present state of Israel was purchased from absentee Turkish landlords. A narrow strip along the coastal plain, the Jezreel Valley, and around the coast of the Kinneret were purchased from landowners, either absentee Turks or locals Palestinians. These are the places where Israeli, particularly Israeli Jews, mostly live. But, geographically, it doesn’t account for most of Israel.

If you think you understand current Israeli land ownership laws, you are wrong. It is ridiculously complicated.

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Genghis confused the Jordan Valley with the Kingdom of Jordan.

I don’t know how serious Bibi is with this. Usually his right-wing song and dance before elections is kept vague so he can’t really be called a liar. The Jordan Valley annexation is much more specific and pointed. It sounds more believable.

The stuff about annexing all settlements was bundled with a way to get out of it. The Trump Peace Plan, or the lack of one.

 

Anthony, what would your reaction be if Israel annexed the Jordan Valley? And what do you think the world's reaction would be?

It is rough. I always have it in the back of my mind that I’ll move back to Israel and even get my citizenship. If all of the settlements are annexed, that is game over for that idea. Israel will have become an Apartheid State and the Zionist dream will be dead. The best case scenario would be to have the inevitable crisis result in a bi-national state instead of something worse. Salvage what can be salvaged. Give me Yavne and it’s scholars.

I don’t think the Jordan Valley annexation is quite beyond me red lines. I’d be pissed, but it would still be salvageable. The Jordan Valley is agricultural, but not many people live there. Most of that land area is already on lock down as military-use. It dicks over the Palestinians and makes peace even more difficult than before, but it is land that is prime for being swapped while allowing Israel to maintain some kind of presence on the Jordanian border.

As for the world, I don’t know but it won’t be good.

derp.. typica jew hating trope "Apartheid State". No, it wouldnt. Israel not only has miles to go to have the same laws as "Apartheid", and, Apartheid was specfically the law set of SA. Even if tey had the exact same laws, it wouldnt be Apartheid.

For now. The full annexation of the settlement blocs, which would make a third of the population of the State into non-citizen resident aliens without any possibility of citizenship and few rights, living in discreet pockets of essentially bantustans with no guarantee of freedom of movement between them. That action would cover those miles. You can make up another word for it if Apartheid is too specific. Hafrada is the closest to it, but doesn’t feel strong enough.

I am skeptical that Bibi would follow through with that promise, though. He isn’t that crazy. I don’t think.

being a democracy, and having a actual court that doesnt necessarily side with the government, i could see a lawsuit, if it didnt happen immediately, if israel did annex any terrority, i could see them becoming citizens, just like every arab was given the oppertunity to become a full israeli citizen when they became a state. The arabs living in the Golan when annex were offered citizenship. And take guess. Did they accept the offer?

its funny, how YOU and EVERY anti jew calls israel apartheid inits current form. the ara members of the kneset hd the never to call israel it when the nation state law as passed  . they are members of the government, duely elected and serving. there are specific governmental agency completely run by arabs for arabs, yet they say apartheid because israel DARE establish a national langue that isnt theirs. israeli citizens with every right a jew has. And you have the never to use the term too. Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it

you know, palestinians have no one to blame but themselves. when israel was formed, their were 85k in gaza. theres 2.5 million today. Conditions were so horrible, they decided to have 20 kids each, just so they can suffer more. he's a fucking idea, how about you move the fuck out and better your life? Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out. Given a home in Jordan, and they repay the kindness by trying to overthrow the government. Cry me a river.

Not once did I say that Israel is currently an apartheid state. You just keep on keeping on with that hardline black and white thinking. Everyone who disagrees with you is just some Jew-hater. If Israel annexes all of the settlements like Bibi said he would do, then it would become one.

Granting the West Bank Palestinians citizenship would be one fix. It would mean Netanyahu would never be Prime Minister ever again, though. And staying in power is the one guiding principle that he follows, so it would never happen.

wrong wrong wrong. i guess allowing arabs in the golan to become citizens was the end the admin then right?

the fact you even typed the words shows thats exactly that what you think of israel. Evil jews oppressing the poor arabs who only want to work their bodies bloody for their jew overloards.

pals have their own fucking stock exchange. they have a massive internal and for export produce industry

look at the horrible conditions the jews make the arabs live in

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william the conqueror was a tyranny. seizure of property for tax debt is tyrannical. you need to tell the US IRS. eminent domain tyrannical

you seem to think the when a country take over another, they cant do whatever they fuck the want. every thing else you write is 100% bullshit.
Your a fucking liar.

qoute where i say israel bought all the land.

compare and contract all israeli policy that mimic apartheid, or how they would should they annex the valley. if they have no similarities today, why in the fuck would they insitute those policies in the future.

go on, i'll wait


I've written exactly why youre wrong and youre either too stupid to comprehend,or you're purposefully misrepresenting what i'm saying so you can continue to make strawman arguements. Either way, i'm done with you. You lose. I win. everything you post is 100% bullshit. the end

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So you are planing on annexing part of JOrdan next. That Greater Zion project is just a conspiracy theory right?


It's unclear who you are addressing that question to, Ghengis.

 

anyone may answer or comment

 

I don't want to see any annexations or land confiscations. I think it's a horrible idea.

It would feed right into the accusations of "Greater Israel".  It would be hard to refute.

If Israel starts doing blatant things like that, they could actually lose MY support in some ways.

 

 

Ha.  Please Bloodfist.

That's never going to happen.


No. I'm not joking. If Israel does that, I will lose a lot of respect for them.

I will still be for the survival of the state of Israel, but it would change the way I viewed the country.


Meh... if their actions haven't caused you to lose respect for them by now, I doubt anything else they do would cause that.

There is no reason for the aggressive settlement building and destruction of Palestinian homes and neighborhoods in the west bank and Arab East Jerusalem.

This has been going on for a long time.

I don't see why you would doubt what I said. I am not known 4 making things up or lying about anything.

If Israel were actually to do that, I mean take over that entire piece of land, I seriously would have to look at them differently as a country.

Please don't doubt me. I'm serious.

 

 


Not suggesting you are lying... just saying that if you already don't have issues with some of Israel's policies and behaviors not sure what is so different about this one...


That's a good point. Israel has taken a lot of liberties with Palestian rights and land over the years,

But this would be an absolutely idiotic disaster of major proportions. It's morally wrong and world opinion will absolutesly skewer Israel for this...and it should. 

And it scares me that with Trump's backing Netanyahu might actually do it.

Yes, this would cause me to reconsider the full support I've been giving Israel. I can't support this move.

Once again, I'm not joking. Take it as you like.

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I am going to read Anthony's and DILLIGAF's back and forth when I have time.

It's an opportunity for me to learn.

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Genghis confused the Jordan Valley with the Kingdom of Jordan.

I don’t know how serious Bibi is with this. Usually his right-wing song and dance before elections is kept vague so he can’t really be called a liar. The Jordan Valley annexation is much more specific and pointed. It sounds more believable.

The stuff about annexing all settlements was bundled with a way to get out of it. The Trump Peace Plan, or the lack of one.

 

Anthony, what would your reaction be if Israel annexed the Jordan Valley? And what do you think the world's reaction would be?

It is rough. I always have it in the back of my mind that I’ll move back to Israel and even get my citizenship. If all of the settlements are annexed, that is game over for that idea. Israel will have become an Apartheid State and the Zionist dream will be dead. The best case scenario would be to have the inevitable crisis result in a bi-national state instead of something worse. Salvage what can be salvaged. Give me Yavne and it’s scholars.

I don’t think the Jordan Valley annexation is quite beyond me red lines. I’d be pissed, but it would still be salvageable. The Jordan Valley is agricultural, but not many people live there. Most of that land area is already on lock down as military-use. It dicks over the Palestinians and makes peace even more difficult than before, but it is land that is prime for being swapped while allowing Israel to maintain some kind of presence on the Jordanian border.

As for the world, I don’t know but it won’t be good.

derp.. typica jew hating trope "Apartheid State". No, it wouldnt. Israel not only has miles to go to have the same laws as "Apartheid", and, Apartheid was specfically the law set of SA. Even if tey had the exact same laws, it wouldnt be Apartheid.

For now. The full annexation of the settlement blocs, which would make a third of the population of the State into non-citizen resident aliens without any possibility of citizenship and few rights, living in discreet pockets of essentially bantustans with no guarantee of freedom of movement between them. That action would cover those miles. You can make up another word for it if Apartheid is too specific. Hafrada is the closest to it, but doesn’t feel strong enough.

I am skeptical that Bibi would follow through with that promise, though. He isn’t that crazy. I don’t think.

being a democracy, and having a actual court that doesnt necessarily side with the government, i could see a lawsuit, if it didnt happen immediately, if israel did annex any terrority, i could see them becoming citizens, just like every arab was given the oppertunity to become a full israeli citizen when they became a state. The arabs living in the Golan when annex were offered citizenship. And take guess. Did they accept the offer?

its funny, how YOU and EVERY anti jew calls israel apartheid inits current form. the ara members of the kneset hd the never to call israel it when the nation state law as passed  . they are members of the government, duely elected and serving. there are specific governmental agency completely run by arabs for arabs, yet they say apartheid because israel DARE establish a national langue that isnt theirs. israeli citizens with every right a jew has. And you have the never to use the term too. Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it

you know, palestinians have no one to blame but themselves. when israel was formed, their were 85k in gaza. theres 2.5 million today. Conditions were so horrible, they decided to have 20 kids each, just so they can suffer more. he's a fucking idea, how about you move the fuck out and better your life? Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out. Given a home in Jordan, and they repay the kindness by trying to overthrow the government. Cry me a river.

Not once did I say that Israel is currently an apartheid state. You just keep on keeping on with that hardline black and white thinking. Everyone who disagrees with you is just some Jew-hater. If Israel annexes all of the settlements like Bibi said he would do, then it would become one.

Granting the West Bank Palestinians citizenship would be one fix. It would mean Netanyahu would never be Prime Minister ever again, though. And staying in power is the one guiding principle that he follows, so it would never happen.

wrong wrong wrong. i guess allowing arabs in the golan to become citizens was the end the admin then right?

the fact you even typed the words shows thats exactly that what you think of israel. Evil jews oppressing the poor arabs who only want to work their bodies bloody for their jew overloards.

pals have their own fucking stock exchange. they have a massive internal and for export produce industry

look at the horrible conditions the jews make the arabs live in

The Druzim in Golan are Syrian citizens that don’t want to be branded as traitors if Golan is ever returned to Syria. I don’t think there is any chance of that happening, and I really hope it doesn’t, but it is a problem they have to worry about. Though, there has been a modest increase in the Golan Druzim applying for and receiving Israeli citizenship since the Syrian Civil War began. But, there aren’t enough of them to pose a demographic or electoral threat.

If the West Bank Palestinians become Israeli citizens, they will become a dominant political force in the country. And they sure as shit won’t be joining coalitions with Likud or the other right wing parties. No more Netanyahu. At that point, the annexation of Gaza would become a fait accompli. Palestinians would make up half of the electorate and growing.

You are taking a much further Left position here than I am. Kinda surprising. I like having a Jewish State.

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DILLAGAF:

"Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it"

"Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

You know DILLAGAF, throughout the course of history, there was another group of people who were referred to in the same context and treated similarly (kicked out or mistreated again and again).

Finally, that group of people said "enough is enough" and sought to have their own country.

I would think that perhaps you would have more empathy for the Palestinian people.

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william the conqueror was a tyranny. seizure of property for tax debt is tyrannical. you need to tell the US IRS. eminent domain tyrannical

you seem to think the when a country take over another, they cant do whatever they fuck the want. every thing else you write is 100% bullshit.
Your a fucking liar.

qoute where i say israel bought all the land.

compare and contract all israeli policy that mimic apartheid, or how they would should they annex the valley. if they have no similarities today, why in the fuck would they insitute those policies in the future.

go on, i'll wait


I've written exactly why youre wrong and youre either too stupid to comprehend,or you're purposefully misrepresenting what i'm saying so you can continue to make strawman arguements. Either way, i'm done with you. You lose. I win. everything you post is 100% bullshit. the end

Billy the Bastard sure was tyrannical. And yes, eminent domain is often used in bullshit ways.

Are you familiar with the phrase I used to describe your position here? The strong do what they can while the weak suffer what they must? It is about the Athenian massacre of the Melians. This atrocity shook Athenian society and helped recruit people to the Spartan cause, leading to the end of the Athenian empire.

Legally, no, you u can’t just do whatever you want when you take over land. Pragmatically, you can’t really do that either without provoking a response.

The logic you are using here was used as justification for the Holocaust. And you have also justified pogroms and expulsions on this thread. You should really think through your positions here.

You have leaned into how Zionists bought all of the land from Turkish landlords. Square mile wise, most of the land was not purchased from anyone by the Zionists and, of the land that was purchased, a lot of it was purchased from Palestinians, from the Abu Ghosh clan was an example I used earlier because they were friendly to the cause. If you want you argument to be that the early Zionists bought a good amount of the land from its owners, and that many of the sellers were absentee Turkish landlords, ok. I won’t hound you on it.

Apartheid seems like a more likely outcome that creating a bi-national state or a state of all its citizens. Those are the options in the absence of a two state solution, which would finally be put in its grave if the settlements are annexed.

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DILLAGAF:

"Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it"

"Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

You know DILLAGAF, throughout the course of history, there was another group of people who were referred to in the same context and treated similarly (kicked out or mistreated again and again).

Finally, that group of people said "enough is enough" and sought to have their own country.

I would think that perhaps you would have more empathy for the Palestinian people.

His choice of words was weirdly specific too. Literally the exact same arguments used by the Nazis, word for word.

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DILLAGAF:

"Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it"

"Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

You know DILLAGAF, throughout the course of history, there was another group of people who were referred to in the same context and treated similarly (kicked out or mistreated again and again).

Finally, that group of people said "enough is enough" and sought to have their own country.

I would think that perhaps you would have more empathy for the Palestinian people.

BWWAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAH

yeah, because being kicked out of a country pecifically because your customs or religion was different, and being kicked out because you started an insurection and tried to stage a violent overthrow of the government are the exact same thing

oh yeah, those people were already offered their own country in the late 1940s and said, nope

 

troll troll troll your boat

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DILLAGAF:

"Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it"

"Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

You know DILLAGAF, throughout the course of history, there was another group of people who were referred to in the same context and treated similarly (kicked out or mistreated again and again).

Finally, that group of people said "enough is enough" and sought to have their own country.

I would think that perhaps you would have more empathy for the Palestinian people.

His choice of words was weirdly specific too. Literally the exact same arguments used by the Nazis, word for word.

you really are a fucking meat head. dead seriously.

i used the words, because that is the words the nazis used to descibe jews. its the words i'm tell you , you might as well just use, because you hate jews with every fiber of your being . To even remotely suggest apartied, which btw you dick tucked and cant say one thing the jews do that is the same as SA, is the same as nazis calling jews vermin.

 

hope that clears it up...but wont stop you from misrepresenting what i'm saying

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For the third time because you are slow, I’ll use the simplest sentence structure as I can.

If Israel annexes the settlements, it will become an Apartheid state.

It is not presently an Apartheid State.

I hope that I won’t have to say it a fourth because I can’t think of how to make it more straightforward than that. It is on you at this point.

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william the conqueror was a tyranny. seizure of property for tax debt is tyrannical. you need to tell the US IRS. eminent domain tyrannical

you seem to think the when a country take over another, they cant do whatever they fuck the want. every thing else you write is 100% bullshit.
Your a fucking liar.

qoute where i say israel bought all the land.

compare and contract all israeli policy that mimic apartheid, or how they would should they annex the valley. if they have no similarities today, why in the fuck would they insitute those policies in the future.

go on, i'll wait


I've written exactly why youre wrong and youre either too stupid to comprehend,or you're purposefully misrepresenting what i'm saying so you can continue to make strawman arguements. Either way, i'm done with you. You lose. I win. everything you post is 100% bullshit. the end

Billy the Bastard sure was tyrannical. And yes, eminent domain is often used in bullshit ways.

Are you familiar with the phrase I used to describe your position here? The strong do what they can while the weak suffer what they must? It is about the Athenian massacre of the Melians. This atrocity shook Athenian society and helped recruit people to the Spartan cause, leading to the end of the Athenian empire.

Legally, no, you u can’t just do whatever you want when you take over land. Pragmatically, you can’t really do that either without provoking a response.

The logic you are using here was used as justification for the Holocaust. And you have also justified pogroms and expulsions on this thread. You should really think through your positions here.

You have leaned into how Zionists bought all of the land from Turkish landlords. Square mile wise, most of the land was not purchased from anyone by the Zionists and, of the land that was purchased, a lot of it was purchased from Palestinians, from the Abu Ghosh clan was an example I used earlier because they were friendly to the cause. If you want you argument to be that the early Zionists bought a good amount of the land from its owners, and that many of the sellers were absentee Turkish landlords, ok. I won’t hound you on it.

Apartheid seems like a more likely outcome that creating a bi-national state or a state of all its citizens. Those are the options in the absence of a two state solution, which would finally be put in its grave if the settlements are annexed.

there you go, just repeating the say lie, no matter how many times i say i didnt say what you say i said.

 

troll troll your boat.  

 

PALESTINIANS NOT OWNING THEIR FUCKING LAND HAS FUCK ALL TO DO WITH JEWS AQUIRING ISRAEL.

Holy fuck. you get stupider with every fucking post. Answer this, skipper, if you cant to do whatever the fuck you want with captured land, how the fuck did the allies carve up the entire ME , create countries out of thin air, and give it to whomever they wanted, INCLUDING ISRAEL TO THE JEWS.

You really are a dipshit. How in the fuck can Jews be told "Hey, all this land over here, thats all yours. Ummmm, just one. AnthonyMI the dipshit says you cant do what you want with it, so, yeah, you're not going to be able to build anything, or do anything or anything, but hey. Good luck with your new "country"

Holy fuck why do i even entertain a word you write

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For the third time because you are slow, I’ll use the simplest sentence structure as I can.

If Israel annexes the settlements, it will become an Apartheid state.

It is not presently an Apartheid State.

I hope that I won’t have to say it a fourth because I can’t think of how to make it more straightforward than that. It is on you at this point.

for the third time, because youre fucking slow, tell me EXACTLY HOW.

Tell me the laws they will institute, that they clearly do not have now, that will make them exactly the same as Baasskap.

 

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DILLAGAF:

"Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it"

"Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

You know DILLAGAF, throughout the course of history, there was another group of people who were referred to in the same context and treated similarly (kicked out or mistreated again and again).

Finally, that group of people said "enough is enough" and sought to have their own country.

I would think that perhaps you would have more empathy for the Palestinian people.

His choice of words was weirdly specific too. Literally the exact same arguments used by the Nazis, word for word.

you really are a fucking meat head. dead seriously.

i used the words, because that is the words the nazis used to descibe jews. its the words i'm tell you , you might as well just use, because you hate jews with every fiber of your being . To even remotely suggest apartied, which btw you dick tucked and cant say one thing the jews do that is the same as SA, is the same as nazis calling jews vermin.

 

hope that clears it up...but wont stop you from misrepresenting what i'm saying


Dude... first you said "vermin"...

But then you also said:

""Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

It is just bizarre that you would choose to describe the Palestinians that way (i.e. being horrible and kicked out by the "host nation")
 
Hoping that perhaps this might make you have a moment of self-reflection and take a step back.
 
Not everything in life is so black and white.
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DILLAGAF:

"Why not just them filthy vermin and be done with it"

"Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

You know DILLAGAF, throughout the course of history, there was another group of people who were referred to in the same context and treated similarly (kicked out or mistreated again and again).

Finally, that group of people said "enough is enough" and sought to have their own country.

I would think that perhaps you would have more empathy for the Palestinian people.

His choice of words was weirdly specific too. Literally the exact same arguments used by the Nazis, word for word.

you really are a fucking meat head. dead seriously.

i used the words, because that is the words the nazis used to descibe jews. its the words i'm tell you , you might as well just use, because you hate jews with every fiber of your being . To even remotely suggest apartied, which btw you dick tucked and cant say one thing the jews do that is the same as SA, is the same as nazis calling jews vermin.

 

hope that clears it up...but wont stop you from misrepresenting what i'm saying

 

Dude... first you said "vermin"...

But then you also said:

""Oh, wait, everywhere they went, they were so horrible to the host nation, they were kicked out."

It is just bizarre that you would choose to describe the Palestinians that way (i.e. being horrible and kicked out by the "host nation")
 
Hoping that perhaps this might make you have a moment of self-reflection and take a step back.
 
Not everything in life is so black and white.

dude, LEARN TO FUCKING READ AND COMPREHEND

I WAS TELLING THE OTHER DOUCH TO JUST CALL JEWS VERMIN, AND BE DONE WITH IT.

LMFAO - yeah, trying to violently overthrowing a host nation is a great way to act.