Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
Get Bent! by OffizierHashem Get Bent! by OffizierHashem
:iconoffizierhashem:

Get Bent! by OffizierHashem

Watch
©2012-2015 OffizierHashem
:iconarminius1871::iconsaysplz:I deleted that Palestine/ Israel map, I think itīs too offensive or wrong, because I know too less background-story. I didnīt want to offend any people.
:iconkaka0002::iconsaysplz:oh thank you :) , and dont worry you doesn't offending anyone.
:iconarminius1871::iconsaysplz:I hope so, I know the situation in Israel is very difficult, and itīs better when people from there make maps and infos.

:iconfacepalmplz:

this is an example of submitting to pressure (lobbying techniques in a mini-scale).
if "they" can't convince you of their "point of view" (their ultimate truth) they will at least aim to make you say "the whole Middle-East is so messed up I can't figure it out"...

well, it's not so very difficult.

I'm not into the Palestinian/Israeli conflict over the internet, there are other places to settle this once & for all, it's called "battlefields".

+ personally I think since the whole region gone out of Egyptian rule (from southern Lebanon to eastern Libya & down to southern Sudan) it's going down the drain, but that is another story.



this is a re-upload of a map similar to a one submitted by ~Arminius1871 & which a prominent Zio-troll ragged about til it was gone.

no insults intended towards ~Arminius1871, it's not his fight anyway.
but to the other guy, read the title!
Add a Comment:
 
:iconkyrtuck:
kyrtuck Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Dem Jews is land-greedy yo.
Reply
:iconmylittletripod:
MyLittleTripod Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You have no right to claim to be on the side of Palestine against the tyranny of the Israeli State, when you clearly support racist, xenophobic and totalitarian beliefs, uphold shite ideologies based on extreme forms of apartheid and a tribalist "Us verses them" mentality. People like you are fools who're blinded by their need to have power and puesdo-scientific darwinist nonsense used to justify their hatred of anyone different, anyone thats not a able-bodied cisgendered straight white man (Or arab in your case.) and unsatisfied when they figure out it's not absolute and no-one believes them anymore. Because xenophobic nazis like you, for all your pompous arrogance, and temporary popularity, always end up on the ass-end of history. You are not only an insult to the religion you claim to uphold, but to the struggles of a oppressed minority under the threshold of Israel and humanitarian organisations that are actually trying to make a difference and campaign for the freedom of Palestine, rather than just co-opting them as an excuse to babble and rant about how much you hate Jews and make up bullshit conspiracy propaganda.

Just posted this to hit the point home. And no, I'm not going away.
Reply
:iconverruckt3r:
Verruckt3r Featured By Owner May 20, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Idiots who argue against Palestine saying "there was never a country named Palestine or anything to begin with" well, we can say the same shit about Israel.

Israel owes an apology to the world... hell Jews still haven't said sorry for killing Jesus... Lets not expect anything in haste....
Reply
:iconimuildaeren:
Imuildaeren Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2012
Israel has a rather good position since no one can nuke it, it being the Holy Land afterall.


One of my aunties did peacekeeping work in Palestine for the Palestinians a few years ago, Israeli's through stones at her heh
Reply
:iconembers-of-satin:
Embers-Of-Satin Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
While I agree that the the Israeli government should be prosecuted for genocide and/or war crimes, I don't believe that any sort of violence is a solution. Violence merely engenders further hate and violence. Condemning an entire culture for the views and actions of their government puts you on the same level as them, seeing the majority of the population (ie normal people, essentially no different from any other culture/country/religion/etc, just getting on with their lives) as faceless numbers.
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
oops, totally forgot, when I saw "United Kingdom" on your page I remembered a Channel 4 production I wanted to suggest for you & whoever is reading this: The Promise [link] or if not available try [link]
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
correction: wandering
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
your words apply perfectly on American people but not Israelis. they consider themselves an exception to the rule & that is how they should be handled.

if they kept wondering off in Europe & never came here I wouldn't be raging about them right now regarding this specific conflict, may be over something else like financial influence & communist links just like Adi did :)
Reply
:iconcementine:
cementine Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I've already noticed the topic on the internet, the topic on Israel-Palestine conflict. But to be honest, I haven't seen all those maps together, at the same time.
Thanks for posting and it's simply stupid to delete something because it's "offensive"...
Now, when you look on these maps, it's clear that the idea of bringing the conflict to the end by settling the 1967 borders is bullshit. Some of the reasons is that Palestine will probably be not satisfied and also will strive for connecting the Gaza Strip to the rest of the territory...
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
the 1967 map is not showing in full because it doesn't show the consequences of the 6 days war in which Israel launched an attack on Egypt & Syria claiming they were preparing to attack... sort of preemptive war.

the 1967 map [link] whole Sinai was lost.

the funny thing about the 6 days war is the Egyptian army in Sinai was in such state of ease (no alert what so ever) it was almost whipped out THUS proving there was no preparation to attack what so ever. yet Israelis keep claiming it was a defensive war.

but who gets annoyed but what J*ws say anyway? :)
Reply
:iconcementine:
cementine Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
That sounds similar to the excuse to attack Iran today.

Indeed, if it was like this, the attack was sure an unexpected one. Funny how people rage at the fact that Poland was attacked by the Reich without the war declaration, also kinda unprepared. And didn't Israel do a similar thing then? If it was a surprise attack, then yes.
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
correction: wiped out :D
Reply
:iconamongthesatanic:
AmongTheSatanic Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
I always preferred the idea of Arab rule over Jewish rule.
Reply
:iconmua7:
mua7 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
i like it. love Palestine
Reply
:iconmua7:
mua7 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
good one i love palestine
Reply
:icontemplar339:
Templar339 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
It is absolutely disgusting what Israel has been doing, it is a systematic, methodical genocide plain and simple. They started by building forts over the Palestinian water supply's and said they were to protect the pilgrims. And then they use White phosphorous rounds on civilian populations? disgusting.
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
you just got the anti-Semite badge if there is one :D
Reply
:icontemplar339:
Templar339 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
More anit Human cruelty than anything. Injustice is injustice no matter the religious affinity.
Reply
:icondatface:
datface Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
You should see what chaps in the US say: it's always "Arabs have loads of land", "It's been going on since beginning of time" (which is another retort that makes no sense), "it's a democracy" and worst of all "OY VEY SHOAH".
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
the funny thing is the term "The Arabs" is exactly like "The West", they are not a single nation, in fact most Arab-speaking nations had conflicts among each other just like Western nations.

well, I'm not annoyed much about Israel, other occupiers came here & stayed over 200 years (Crusaders) & in the end order must be restored. but unlike Crusaders, we wont look so respectfully to J-people afterwards.

BTW: keep your encounters with them to a minimum & watch out for what you write, you can insult God here & get away with it but if you insult a J then all hell will break loose!
Reply
:icondatface:
datface Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
But the lines that exist in the region right now are lines drawn up by the Imperialists right? What makes them legitimate in the eyes of the chaps on the ground? Just curious. Do their existence alone give them credence?

Thanks for the tip! I have enough trouble (fun?) scuffling with (well, trolling) Yankee Imperialists anyway, the trouble I will be in when I insult a J-ish lad! Gods help me if I do! :P
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
yes the lines were mostly drawn from imperialistic era but the different nations did exist prior to that, the lines were just meant to start small struggles over borders areas when the foreign mandate was due to end.
at border areas you can hardly see the difference between people on either side of it, especially if desert tribes but if you move 20 km into the country you'll start seeing the difference.
even in the language, we have different accents of Arabic, very distinguishable.

when it comes to politics, the whole area was divided between monarchs, republicans & sh*theads (like Qaddafi). monarchs usually were supported by the west while republicans supported by the former east (USSR). although the cold war is over these regimes didn't stand down from fighting each other (over control without apparent ideology in some cases).

you'll be amazed how appearances may be false, check my "not welcome" thumb under the flag counter of my page.

no problem, no point of losing an account over an offended J :D
Reply
:icondatface:
datface Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
I suppose that's true. It's a bit of a shame though, the way the borders are. It's not like they can redraw them now either.
What about Pan-Arabism though? I know this is rather dated but were they trying to make something closer to the EU, than, say Unification of Italy or Germany?
Reply
:iconoffizierhashem:
OffizierHashem Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
Pan-Arabism is out f the question because it was attempted once by Nasser in the '50s & was a complete failure.
I think if Nasser didn't waste Egyptian resources over ungrateful Arabs Egypt would have been in a much better place & those tribal monarchs wouldn't get so full of themselves & wrestle Egypt out of the lead.

Arabs have a lot in common but from their history they can never be united except under the rule of one nation or another, Egypt did unite Arabs in the past but as a wider Egyptian-based empire (pre & post Islam).
Reply
:icondatface:
datface Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2012
That makes sense. Thanks for the geopolit lesson!
Reply
Add a Comment:
 
×



Details

Submitted on
April 4, 2012
Image Size
177 KB
Resolution
1200×882
Link
Thumb
Embed

Stats

Views
1,731
Favourites
22 (who?)
Comments
26
Downloads
45
×