The “US occupied Guam” and East Jerusalem

In 1941 Japan “liberated” Guam, and claimed the US had no right to build settlements 9813 kilometers west of Los Angeles.

The distance from Cocos Island to Andersen Air force base on Guam, is like the distance from Jerusalem to Ramallah.
The distance from Cocos Island to Andersen Air force base on Guam, is like the distance from Jerusalem to Ramallah.

Washington claim Israel build “illegal settlements” around the city of Jerusalem.

The UN must now condemn the “illegal US settlements” of Guam. They are not built in a suburb of the US capital, but not less than 9.813 kilometer west of Los Angeles.

The US government can not claim to own this island, quoting from neither the Bible, the Koran nor the Bagwagita. No legal documents can be produced in court, to defend the “US occupation” of this island.

The Obama administration can not claim that there was an American citizen who “discovered” this island who is located north of Australia, east of the Philippines.

This is recorded by Wikipedia:

General Miguel López de Legazpi claimed Guam for Spain in 1565. Spanish colonization commenced in 1668 with the arrival of Padre San Vitores, who established the first Catholic mission.

The United States took control of the island in the 1898 Spanish-American War, as part of the Treaty of Paris (1898). We can say that the US “liberated the island”. Or may be the US “annexed it”.

It is also interesting that Wikipedia claim that the Japanese “occupied” Guam on December 8th, 1941.

Could it be that the Japanese “liberated” this island, from “illegal US occupation”?

America will claim that America has settlements on Guam, for the purpose of “strategic American interests”.  And of course for the best interest of the Asians them selves.

Let is replace the word “America” with “Israel” and “Guam” with “Mountains of Zion”, “Asians” with “Arabs” and see what we get:

 Israel will claim that the Israel has settlements on the Mountains of Zion, for the purpose of “strategic Israeli interests”.  And of course for the best interest of the Arabs them selves.

So if the US has strategic interest of maintaining settlements on Guam, why is it wrong for Israel to have strategic settlements in the suburbs of its own capital Jerusalem?

The distance from Cocos Island to Andersen Air force base on Guam, is like the distance from Jerusalem to Ramallah.

Written by Ivar

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