Wednesday, January 28, 2009

World Order; Who to take Charge?

Last night, as I viewed the news. To my shock and disbelief; Olmert reaffirms, arrogantly, Israel's forces will force their arms into Palestine again, should they be attacked.

Now, I was dumbfounded. A threat from a premiere of a country (regime). What happens, if they strike the first blow (which has happened before, again and again)?

Your answer is as good as mine.

Can we strike any balance or justice amid all the gunfire and calamity? Terrorism is an act of retaliation, when one has no equal to garner any outright victory. In proper, “The calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature; this is done through intimidation or coercion or instilling fear”.

What harm befalls on great arms of the Israelis’ against the Hamas or Al Fatah nor the Palestinians as a whole. Cowardly acts. Rather subjectively, since the one in question is Israel (with armaments support and receives consent by the "great" U.S.A and cohorts. They have white washed against the people of Palestine. DEMOCRACY.

Hamas won the election. The people have voted and decided. Yet, not satisfied.

Now, since Barack Hussein Obama, has taken his mantle from George W. Bush. Can we expect any significant change in policy? (world order and economy). Before him, stood, Condaleeza Rice (State Secretary); humming to tunes of war on the Palestinians.

Let's take a second look. Who are his chief of staffs. Barack surrounded with Zion influences. Can he make any radical moves without inflicting himself.....Nope....very much in doubt. America itself, is not about influence by Zionist; it is govern by one..(from the White House to the streets of its' people). While many, looked upon Obama for some light; I undoubtedly feels otherwise.

Something needs serious change. Radically and fast. Away from the fracas of the past. Arabs and it's mother lode of ego has to stop now. The Solidarity of Islam, is in question way back then. It is now, and unless, the Arabs willingly sit and agree on the fundamentals and teachings of the Prophet Mohammad s.a.w.


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