Friday, 9 January 2009

Justice Is...

...seeing both Hamas and Israeli leadership share the defendant's dock at The Hague.

It's been more than sixty years. Are there still any clean hands left in the Middle East?

And once that's settled, Dubya's administration is next - if they're still alive by that time.

2 comments:

  1. Your dream is the same as mine. It irritates me that some folks want to hold up one side or the other as angels when it's clear that there's no shortage of war crimes on either side, just a shortage of capability (on the part of the Pals) to commit big ones like the Israelis are doing. And no, I don't think there are any clean hands there, sane folks don't tend to get leadership positions amongst either group of people for some reason.

    - Badtux the Disgusted Penguin

    ReplyDelete
  2. Bad Tux: ..."Pals", huh? Heh.

    I'm not sure if that dream will ever become reality. But the world knows that both sides are not afraid to injure or kill. Perhaps it'll all end if either side (or both) finds the courage and conviction to not injure or kill.

    ReplyDelete

Got something to say? Great! Rant away!