Thursday, August 18, 2005

Open letter

Dear President Bush, Condoleeza Rice and all in favor ofIsrael giving away Gaza and other pieces of Land

I'm glad to see that you are in favor of returning the Gaza Strip and West Bank to the Palastinians. As you know Israel took away this land in 1967, and I respect how you are a strong believer in giving back what was wrongly taken.

Therefore I think you will understand my request and comply with it. My land was also stolen from me and my people. It happened a few hundred years ago, we tried to useterrorism like the modern day Palestinian but we were just called "savages" and didn't get anywhere.

I would like it if you could return land to my people and I don't want small reservations for Casino's I want real land, homes for our families. You said Israel should give up teh West Bank we want the West Coast.

If you look at a map you're getting off light, you want Israel to give up Almost a third of their land, w are just asking for a fraction of the USA. Would it help if we start scalping people and other acts of terror to get what we want?

Thank you for your time, I hope to see evacuations ASAP

Chief Running Water Wahoo.

5 Comments:

At 7:01 AM, Blogger BStrong said...

I love it. My thoughts exactly. I also think we should contact the French, British, Spanish and Portuguese embassies and let them know that we are giving back their land. I'm sure the United States will be happy with their 13 colonies.

 
At 7:36 AM, Blogger Wanders said...

Im not sure if I understand this last comment, but do you think the portuguese have colonies? If so, you should read more books about it dear "bstrong", and get better informed. Portugal had indeed colonies, but its something of the past. But maybe by colonial countries in the 21st century you mean: the dutch, english, french and new-colonists: americans?

I was reading this interesting article, and do agree fully with the idea of returning part of the USA to its original people. Well said, and Im sure many more people agree with this idea. Its sad to see native americans prevented from enjoying and living in their own country, locked away in reserves. Please continue to spread your word, Im sure you need to be heard.

Although being a portuguese and presently living in Hollland, I think colonial countries should indeed review their positions and return what is not theirs. This also goes for Israel.
I know that the portuguese were a colonial country, and did many wrong things in their past (the same goes for all other european countries with colonial empires), but they also brought many wonderful things to the world: new ideas, routes, countries, spicies, plants, and knowledge etc. So, it what regards our past, Im proud to say that Im portuguese. But, Im not proud to say it when I knoe that my country leaded slavery, had death penalty until the XIX century, took many resources from other countries etc.

But this was something from the past. Now I wonder, isnt America doing the same abroad - in africa, iraq and wherever they set their eyes and greedy interests?

Cheers,

Elsa

 
At 2:57 PM, Anonymous user0@pclabstest.com said...

Would you take the Dakotas, Texas, and everything between? Thing is, we really want to keep the west coast, but all that schlup in the middle, well, you can have it!
user0@pclabstest.com

 
At 5:30 AM, Blogger Olah Chadasha said...

Well, actually, the USA is NOT doing any "colonizing" in Africa and Iraq. Last time I checked, you can blaim that horrific debacle on the British and French. And, how exactly are we colonizing Iraq? Are we making them part of the union? You mean, helping them build their economy and ensuring that they can survive on their own is a terrible thing? Why, I never knew that. Bad, Bad Americans. Hey, I know. Maybe, we can ship some more Jews from Holland straight to Auschwitz. That'll help things out.
-OC

 
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