Thursday, November 15, 2012

It's Scratch My Itch Now In The World's Unruly, Violent Middle East

As much as the news sources, and forces violently opposed to each other in The Middle East would like people to believe they've had to suddenly ramp up their oppositions to each other, the unnecessary clashes of the last few days point to one very important fact. After a decade of expensive military presence in other portions of the fractured Middle East that caused billions of dollars in resources and cash to be misplaced there, the people with power obviously have motivation at this moment to want billions more applied to their areas of expertise. But it's ultimately shallow claims to represent national interests, that once again have very little to do with individuals and families gaining and having access to their own plots of land and homes. As in America where high rents preclude ever owning a piece of dirt for ourselves, this idea of unrequited nationalism uproots the very lives of the people its pretended to represent.


It is all just smoke and mirrors as in America. Where banks were saved after sabotaging the public's real estate value, followed by insisting the people whose taxes were loaned to them to bail them out are judge-able as not worth the risk of giving up their regained financial power to the detriment of common folk. Once the powers in the Middle East have what they perceive as their fare share of the world's payoff for pretending to provide military peace, most likely certain people will retire to preferably pleasant weather paradises where they'll still luxuriously lament that the people of the Middle East still can't get along. As usual probably one or two lucky gold miners will spend relaxed moments watching the hired help polish Middle East Peace Prizes for a goal still not achieved since so many have already been awarded so far. If only everyone's itch for a better return on their investments could just be scratched without this endless parade of compensated spokespeople complaining only their innocent die on their behalves. 


So let's begin with a big newspaper of record's take on the current scuffles and struggles between Palestinians and Israelis. The New York Times, under the title, Rocket Attacks And Airstrikes Resume In Gaza Conflict, by Isabel Kershner and Fares Akram, begins by stating - Israel and Hamas widened their increasingly deadly conflict over Gaza on Thursday, as a militant rocket killed three civilians in an apartment block in this small southern town, Kiryat Milachi. The deaths were likely to lead Israel to intensify its military offensive on Gaza, now in its second day of airstrikes. 


East side of Jordan known as poor/middle class side.
Business as per usual. Sure. Entice the benefactors. The enablers of the Middle East's addiction to violent revenge. This pervasive feeling of satisfaction from living up to The Great Grudge handed down through the centuries of men on earth appealing to Allah to condemn God's other ones. Neither side in this madness is really satisfied by anything other than feeling they're the only ones right to deserve to have their itch scratched. Sure, the people with less who've had their temperaments built to the boiling point do it for practically nothing. But do you think the really powerful are so careless? If so a lot of the Middle East's concentrated wealth would have circulated a lot farther than it has. 


The truth is every day as the death toll mounts each individual accounts for the same value as some indistinguishable Austro-Hungarian Archduke as The Times reports announcements are being made concerning who supports whom in this endeavor to escalate conflict and turn the Mid-East situation into the greatest man-made hurricane of them all. While the mad surgeon of the escalating madness continues to be luxuriously pampered on his grand Texan estate while admitting to nothing close to responsibility for this b___ s___ . All these poor people and their pampered leaders running around as if headless while the one who should have been the most responsible of all claims to have done great things. While Americans in their terror over fearing they'd face they lost the Vietnam War, that we graciously backed off from, re-elected that son of a woman who still collects entitlements for which she never had any need. Grow up people. This pathetic pretentious psuedo-religious crap just benefits the Elitist Industrial Complex. Period. None of it really has anything to do with patriotic nationalism. Much less Peace on Earth when anyone has won.


You'd think that the moneyed elite's destruction of a housing lending system, that gave many a chance to own their own home, would have woken people up to the immaturity of the elite crying over milk they spill. But then, in the right place, at the right time, anyone ruthless enough makes sure they profit. 


Fidel Castro could make a difference by just giving Barack Obama a call. The Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi might make a difference by just calling Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Direct. And Netanyahu, there's plenty of Israelis to talk to who've advocated for years against this belief in the grand grudge that is nothing more than pathetic as I've already described. Any world leader who doesn't have a clue to bringing resolutions and peace to wherever they live is not worth more than that dag-gum idiot. Again I repeat. Apologize you dope. I am afraid it is so bad a better future can only begin with you who fueled The Farce.


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