August 4, 2006

Appetency Fulfilled

While the world is focused on Israel and Lebanon, lets don't forget the detiorating conditions in Iraq. The military politicians in D.C. think it might turn into a civil war. Don't they read the reports coming out of the embassies, aren't they debriefed by the military personnel coming back from that war. If they had gone to the Helen Keller school, maybe they might have some better senses to judge what is going on. There has been a civil war in Iraq for at least a year, and the daily death toll keeps increasing. We send in more troops, but the death rate still increases. It is mostly Iraqis killing Iraqis. HEELLLLOO Generals. That is called civil war.

And this whole Israel and Palestine/Lebanon/Arab conflict. Two cultures, whose personal spiritual beliefs were created from the same ancient mythological literature, are fighting each other and killing G-d over the same piece of land because their fantasies have branched in different directions but are still based on the same territory. Does anyone else see how insane and how far way from G-d it puts these cultures/countries/religions. The U.S. should not be supporting either side in that insane conflict. They are trying to start a world war because their mythology predicted it and that it is their foretold endtimes when they will all be saved and carried off to the land of eternal life and endless sexual gratification (how else would you describe a culture that wants to get virgins in Paradise/Heaven/Never Never Land). That belief is so far away from real spirituality that I consider it anti-spiritual. No one will be a victor, because no one is willing to compromise. When two people want a single item, and they aren't willing to share, there is no solution. Both sides are materialistic, selfish are as far away from G-d as you can get.

I do have a solution, but one side must let go of their physical attributes of their spiritual beliefs. Lets give that land over there in the Middle East to the Arab side, because it is surrounded by Arabs anyway. Lets create a new bigger land, a new Israel state. We could recreate all the shrines and temples and false idols and have their religious scam leaders bless these places and make them just as important as the physical places they represent.

And where could we put this New Israel. The southwest U.S. along the New Mexico, Arizona, California Border with Mexico. Let the U.S. give a 20 mile wide strip along these states, they would have plenty of land, in the desert land they love and even a coast line in California, San Diego could become the New Tel Aviv. They would have a smaller coastline, but look at all they are gaining, land and peace, you can't get any better than that. I sure we could even negotiate with Mexico to give them some of their land along the same border, and give them access to the Gulf Of California. Current residents could stay or move, the U.S. would pay for those that wished to move, and give incentives to those who want to settle the new country. We could give the new country millions or billions to keep out all those immigrants that scare the U.S. white conservatives (they don't speak english, they must be evil).

And then there would be World Peace

That is my Nickmas wish. (Nickmas is my birthday and the day you should worship me).

Its just a fantasy. How sad, I used to only have sexual fantasies, life was more simple once.

-- Another Grumpy Old Dude (aka A G.O.D)

The following quotes, related to this post, have been lifted from the today's post on "God Uncensored" by BBC (Born Before Christ).

Men live in a fantasy world. I know this because I am one, and I actually receive my mail there. - Scott Adams

If we did all the things that we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves. - Thomas Edison

Everyone has problems, some are just better at hiding them. - Unknown

Only by going too far can one possibly find out how far one can go. - Jon Dyer

It's true that we don't know what we've got until we lose it, but it's also true that we don't know what we've been missing until it arrives.

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