Israel, Palestinian Work Bus Issues

If any of Americas’s or European news agency’s EVER consider telling the truth about anything concerning Israel it would be quite the shock, instead they are much more interested in creating their versions of the truth. The example I am speaking of in this article is subtle it does speak partial truth but it miss informs what the non religion based history books tell as historical fact. In this article it says about the West Bank territory of Israel “territory Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 war”. This article if it really wanted to be completely truthful should have changed one word in this quote, the total truth is that Israel (re-captured) this piece of land from the Jordan government. For those of you who are mad now because I said this, most of the folks tend to blast me as a hate filled Jew not caring to check my bio and see that I am an old Christian man who has studied many religions along with Atheist history books.

Now concerning the article’s (on my Google home page) main point of a proposed Israeli bus ban against the Palestinian workers who live in the West Bank but work other places in Israel. This is really a lousy thing to have to be implemented against the Palestinian workers who are capable of acting like human beings instead of acting out on the buses in manners that no civilized people (passengers) should have to put up with. These workers that are acting like demonic fools must not be allowed access into Israel at all. This is where the Palestinian people who are good hard working decent human beings has got to eliminate (not by physical harm unless they are given no other options) from being on these buses in the first place. Then there could be peace on the buses and the people who are simply trying to get back and forth from their jobs who are simply trying to feed their families won’t lose their current jobs from lack of being able to get to their jobs.

(History/Poem) Twisted and Tangled

Twisted And Tangled


April 21st, 1967 a day that

To me, in my mind, will always live in infamy


This the day an F-4 tornado

Touched down in our hometown

Killing and injuring many

Putting a dark spot on all our history


Was about four on Friday afternoon

Down the business twenty corridor it came

Striking the Chrysler Plant about shift change

The Pacemaker grocery store

Highland Hospital and the neighborhoods

But the high school with children filled

Buses lined up, the tornado’s wrath did vent


Many a white cross where children

Now lay in rest

It’s not just cars and houses

That such storms tangle and twist

The empty desks within the class

Forever a reminder of our friends

And children that we so deeply miss