2311150800W PROPERTY RIGHTS ARE FLUID – AND ALWAYS HAVE BEEN!
Leftist, whether they yet recognize themselves as communists or not, appear to think they’ve found a chink in the patriotic American armor in the person of Nikki Haley – such chink being an idiom for a weakness. Now I don’t know how, or even whether, she’s a weakness, but there sure seems to be a piling on concerning her at the moment?
As for me, I agree with one of the truthful news broadcasters, who said that she didn’t care if Israel turns Gaza into one huge ‘parking lot’ – or not. At some point feisty little dogs have got to learn to not pick fights with big dogs expecting the world to come to their defense.
Being duped into fighting Israel on the side of Philistines is definitely what western civilization can possibly consider a prudent move. But keep in mind that the little dog repeatedly refuses a peaceful two state solution.
There is one bone of contention that’s so obvious I can’t ignore it. That bone being what’s being called The Temple Mount (or mound). The Hebrews built their Jewish Temple there first then the Muslims came along and took it with the historic right of conquest and just had to build their temple on top of the Jewish one.
I leave it to you to decide for yourself which property right is superior: a: THE RIGHT OF CONQUEST; or b: THE RIGHT OF FIRST OCCUPANCY?
As For Me, I’m going to say that the only logical RIGHT is that of CONQUEST and therefore the strength to hold and defend such claim. Conquest is the long standing natural way of nature itself. That’s why the males of all the species mark and regularly patrol their territory. Or do you want to tell a lion that his territory isn’t his to patrol and protect. We humans just use hired armed forces to protect our territories from interlopers.
THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS STOLEN LAND no matter how much communist propaganda wants people to believe theirs is. In civilized places with huge parcels of land homesteading is a common practice that weak minded people can’t fathom is defended for them by armed forces rather than themselves. Just because a person builds a house or erects a tent etc. means absolutely nothing unless either they or their armed government defends that property right.
In short, property right(s) is only as good as ones ability to enforce it. That’s the cruel but truthful way of the jungle to this day. Now I want to remind you of a little jingle from a short time back:
“A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle.”
Now considering that fish don’t have territory or home therein it might to some extent be true? But all prides of lions do need there male protector.
He reason women like COMMUNAL (aka communist) life and/or a HERD life should start to dawn on you. Because under both she’ll have compulsory male protection.
PS. THE ONE THING COMMUNIST SOCIALISM CAN”T DO IS LIVE AND LET LIVE!
MGTOW (Men Going Their Own Way) is a philosophy of individualism – consider it for yourself gentlemen. A philosophy of protecting only that which is yours individually to protect.
Posted by: Lou Valentino ~ 10 hours ago ~ 14,648 views ~ 331K subscribers
“OH SH*T!! THIS JUST HAPPENED IN FULTON COUNTY, GEORGIA..”
Excverpt from: [britannica.com]
“The term Palestine has been associated variously and sometimes controversially with this small region, which some have asserted also includes Jordan. Both the geographic area designated by the name and the political status of it have changed over the course of some three millennia. The region (or at least a part of it) is also known as the Holy Land and is held sacred among Jews, Christians, and Muslims. Since the 20th century it has been the object of conflicting claims of Jewish and Arab national movements, and the conflict has led to prolonged violence and, in several instances, open warfare.
The word Palestine derives from Philistia, the name given by Greek writers to the land of the Philistines, who in the 12th century BCE occupied a small pocket of land on the southern coast, between modern Tel Aviv–Yafo and Gaza. The name was revived by the Romans in the 2nd century CE in “Syria Palaestina,” designating the southern portion of the province of Syria, and made its way thence into Arabic, where it has been used to describe the region at least since the early Islamic era.”