Originally Posted by FLMountainMan
So you feel equally as scornful of, say, England, Ireland, Greece, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, China, Samoa, and every third world Muslim country?
In other news, lots of old men shout at clouds, so we should hate clouds.
I see. So UN resolutions are old men shouting at clouds, and university teachers boycotting is the tragedy of the 21st century.
Many would argue they are given the very consideration that they deserve.
And yet all other resolutions are given much more consideration?
Can you elaborate on this? What exactly would be a satisfactory level of attention to be paid to Israel's nuclear capability?
At the very least, the same one given to the american one? signing the non proliferation treaty (along with pakistan an india), actually having the international community inspect or have knowledge of the program.
Other countries have been bombed to hell because Colin Powell had fake satellite photos of a nigerian truck carrying uranium.
Aside from the UN resolutions you mentioned above, widespread boycott/divestiture campaigns against Israeli companies, near-constant terrorist attacks, an invasion every couple of decades, and the universal scorn of academia. Aside from that, yeah, they don't get any shit at all.
Yes, thats all very tragic. Israeli companies are making less profit because of local boycotts. It may even be more tragic than uni teachers not liking them. Those palestinians are sure lucky not to be in israelis shoes. Imagine how hard life must be when some american uni teachers boycott and dont like you.
An invasion? Oh you mean throwing rocks (or katyushya rockets while israel bombs them with their arsenal) by people who live in territories where israelis shouldnt be and arent even included in their internationally recognized borders?