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The real battle is between Israel and the UN

Reader comment on item: The Way to Peace

Submitted by Michael S, Dec 19, 2016 at 14:35

"Indeed, 1945 marks a dividing line. Before then, overwhelming military superiority crushed the enemy's will to fight; since then, grand battlefield successes have rarely occurred."

Indeed. Before 1945, sovereign states slammed it out until someone won. In 1945, those sovereign states surrendered significant authority to the United Nations, which set the rules of what then became the "game" of warfare. We've been playing games ever since -- a game, in which the object seems to be that none of the players ever get knocked off the board.

Also, the real players here are not Israel and the Arabs: it is Israel and the UN (aka the United Goiim). Ultimately, there will be a final conflict between the two, which Israel will win. Until that happens, there will be no peace.


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