Oh, brother. Here we go. If this is what happens to you over a single sentence, I’d hate to think what your mind is like after a whole book.
You’re lucky I’m giving you even a second of my thinking space. But, as you can see, your time is running out. Your kind of mediocrity is anathema to me and is not at all interested in anything other than the preservation of that mediocrity.
The fact is, my argument is a VERY simple one. Your bias, however, compels you to complicate it beyond belief and has nothing to do with facts. Your accusations notwithstanding, I have provided more facts on this thread than you are capable of considering as a whole.
Try, one more time, to assimilate the simplicity of it.
[N]ationalism itself serves as a political divide-and-conquer mechanism for (modern) imperialism and further that, thus, it deftly places religion as the catalyst for war.
Let me give you, oh, just a random example of how this is so.
The roughly 1,200 mile range of Iran's Shahab-3 rocket has been known for several years, but the test firing -- and pointed statements from Tehran about the country's "capability in hitting its enemies" -- added to a tense climate.
Jon Wolfsthal, senior fellow in the International Security Program at the CSIS (Center for Strategic and International Studies), said in an interview with washingtonpost.com that while the test is likely a response to recent war games by Israel, reportedly to simulate an attack on Iran's nuclear facilities, the test is also likely meant to remind states in the region and the United States that Iran has the ability to respond to any perceive military threat. How the United States, European countries and Russia respond to the continued tensions in the region will determine whether the situation improves or deteriorates further.
Where, in anyone’s terms and by any stretch of the imagination, is the catalyst for this LAND, as you insist? You cannot just ignore the fact that it is people making decisions about the land, territory, etc., and expect to be taken seriously!
You should be ashamed of your ignorant self.
Do you thing for a second religion has anything to do with Zionism?
Yes, dickhead—it is the “UNIFYING factor.”
…I am not biased.
Oh, yes you are.
Oh, wait. Another random example? I have an even more recent one:
You are the biased one, are you not? You are of Turkish descent - and you clearly have antagonism for the Jews and for Christians.
Careful, it’s subtle. Takes a fine mind to see it. :)
I am bringing some of what I have learned through some research - unless my sources are biased, what I have written here cannot be.
You don’t know if your sources are biased? What are your sources, and their nature?
I am not making anything up.
Leyla, do not attempt to pretend you even understand one tiny thing about the Jews and Jewish culture. You do not.
Do stop accusing me of your own shortcomings. If your argument is that the distinction between religion and tradition is such that my argument fails, it is up to YOU to provide THAT argument. So, where have you demonstrated your understanding about the Jews and Jewish culture to this end? Oh, that’s right, you haven’t. Why?
So please try to elevate the level of your discourse.
When you elevate the level and integrity of your thinking, you might just find the discourse "magically" elevates along with it.
I have no intention of pandering to your emotional needs, stupid.
My bias is simply for historical accuracy. Other than that, I have none.
Wow, your insane confusion, prejudice and emotionalism know no bounds. What a fucking joke! Since you are so concerned for historical accuracy, would you care, stupid, to point out exactly where I have been "historically inaccurate"?