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Multiple-Divergent Ambitions Bring Ambiguous And Apprehensive Situations Into View

Reader comment on item: Why Israel Needs to Win

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 24, 2021 at 14:47

If, in the decades of observing Dr. Pipes' historical assays and essays of things Middle Eastern while the world swirls in myriad diversions of multiple plans of global ambitions of empire with no apparent winner moving into a superior position of solving all (or even a majority) of its cataclysmically driven, potentially devastating conclusions, only one presented a solution of any survival of the experiment that is called humanity, which would be the choice any rational mind might seek or choose?
Where in all of human history, which can be demonstrated as having its roots in the Middle East, find the source of all the resources available to mankind for an indefinite period of time? Consider the contenders?
Babylon; Medo-Persia; Grecian; Roman;
During these, Israel(?);
In modern times (relatively); with post religious undertones of Judeo-Christian/Islamic
Byzantine; Islamic/Ottoman; German; European(Revived Roman(?));
which are now viewed with Russian/Chinese-socialistic inferences.
How does the introduction of atomic weaponization now proliferated globally enter into the question of human survival when it is more than amply demonstrated none have control?
Consider this, of all those listed and many not openly listed, which is the most controversially noteworthy and is still in evidence as a survivor after millennia of extermination attempts? Come on, you can say it; even those who are loathe to admit it...........cannot look away from the inevitability of the conclusion.


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