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To: Nadine Carroll who wrote (159353)3/20/2005 6:52:48 PM
From: marcos  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 281497
They picked the wrong location for the zionist project, and in so doing chose the wrong enemies, yes that's pretty clearly true .... had the Uganda proposal [which while then called Uganda was actually much of present-day Kenya as well] gone over better at that early zionist congress, they could have much more easily wiped out or subjugated or chased away the inhabitants, and ended up with a larger, more fertile, and far more defensible nation now ... also with a degree of perceived legitimacy, had they done this earlier on, before sensibilities had shifted towards regarding the indigenous as human beings .... note how today, the southwestern third of the United States is regarded by many as legitimately occupied even though it was stolen in most brutal fashion from mexicanos only fifteen decades ago ..... had they waited till 1948 and then taken it, we'd likely be having a different conversation now

But you'll grind on and on, with the same old arguments as always ... well i don't have the time to keep up, got things to do ... later ... cheers