frankly, I am very sick of the Palestine posts. lets take a look at what we’re dealing with. yes, there is unnecessary death of children and other noncombatants. yes, the Palestinians have suffered under israel. so what’s my point?
my point is as follows. the actions taken by israel are defensive in a way that they get attacked constantly by the hamas which is supported by a majority of the people in palestine. the hamas made it their aim to kill every jew alive. while the palestinians built tunnels to attack israel, they built bunkers to protect their civilians. does israel want to destroy palestine? no. do they want to kill noncombatants? no. do they want peace and not genocide? I think that is possible.
judge a group by their aim. judge the morality by what they would do if they were in power. this is not israels genocide, but a defence against genocide by another muslim terror group.
I am sick to the stomach that people overlook that the palestinian “soldiers” use their own people as human shields. that is upright disgusting and I don’t see outrage over that. this is just another misinformed, misguided way to define yourself over “helping” people. you know what? it’s not gonna get any better. people are fucking idiots. they use the label of religion as only difference and kill each other. why would the palestinians kill the jews if there was no religion, what would have happened in ireland if there was no religion, huh? ever think about that. religion poisons everything. I’m sick of this shit, I wish I could leave this beautiful planet with this fatally failed species that thinks they’re any special. everyone makes me sick, I am ashamed to be human, I am ashamed I have to witness so much unnecessary suffering and I have no hope for humanity.
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- the queen of sci-fi and chris pratt
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- tiny dancing groot
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