’More’s the pity . . .
“Some animals are more equal than others.”
“Should be” ain’t the same as “is”.
But honestly: It’s not OUR business to fix the world. Can’t afford it in the first place, can’t force people who need to He hate to use some other method of dealing. Heck we can’t even do that for ourselves… and our haters are definitely third string compared to the hard cases there.
—) Well, as some would sniff, if “those people” don’t like their neighborhoods, they should just “move away to a nicer place. They’d be terrified less than in Gaza.” But perhaps the Philistines among them would fear living next to a “Samson’s Club.”
Seriously, how many eyes and teeth (and numerous other body parts) have to be exchanged before both sides run out of whole people? All this is the supposed “Holy Land”? After thousands of years of conflict, the ground must metaphorically ooze blood, crushed bones crunch with every step.
I have one question for the Zionists and their supporters: If your/their ancestors did not feel the land was worth dying for 1900 years ago, why do YOU feel it’s worth killing for, today?
I can never get an answer to that.
Other nations can see it, time to take off the blinders, U.S.A.
“Human rights” is streng verboten under netanyahu gestapo vocabulary…
Israel is not innocent, however when you launch a few thousand unguided rockets into Israel, and are the elected government parties of your own people, mixed in with the populace using children, and women, and schools as your bases of operation, do you really have any moral high ground to criticize the response you receive?
Frankly, these people have been hating and fighting each other for centuries upon centuries. Probably started when one called the other a bad name.
These people seriously can solve this crap with a simple growing up. You’re a person. Grow the f@ck up and live together. It’s not all that difficult.
1. This is a cartoon by a Dutch cartoonist. Don’t take it as US directed. 2. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is an international document adopted by the United Nations General Assembly that enshrines the rights and freedoms of all human beings. It was accepted by the General Assembly as Resolution 217 during its third session on 10 December 1948 at the Palais de Chaillot in Paris, France. This means ALL of us, and the wealthier nations are the ones with the resources to make that declaration a reality.
20,000 people in the world starve to death everyday.
No one said the world was fair.
If your religion says to kill people and let them starve, get a new religion.
Taking out the word “Rights” would make the caption much more relevant.
You’d think that Hamas, by now, would know that their people in Gaza will suffer much more than Israeli citizens in these missile-firing conflicts. Or perhaps they do know this, and just don’t give damn.