The very fact Israel are excusing themselves for murdering civilians by labelling them as ‘human shields’ shows just how fickle and useless they have of a reason. No human should be looked at as a ‘shield’, a protection barrier made to take bullets and fend them off. It tries to give a simple ultimatum, which is not the case. We’re trying to bomb your soldiers but can’t because you’ve put ‘human shields’ in the way? I’m sorry, but when you take an offensive against us did you expect there to be no human casualty? Blame the deaths of over 600 and goodness knows what other hidden numbers on the idea Hamas are putting civilians in line of fire? 
Maybe these civilians are trying to protect what little land you had stolen away from them through your ‘promise land’ fetish. Excuse me whilst I go and vomit anything left of pride for humans. 

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Warning: Asian society rant. Burn your eyes at your own risk.

Y’know you have that one child in every family that is used for every other kid as a thing to aspire to?
That really annoying kid which you just wish did something wrong in your parents eyes?
The one with magical grades and polite sickly sweet smiles who just can’t do anything wrong??

Ugh who doesn’t hate them? They’ve become common amongst Asian YouTubers in their jokes and what not.

But lemme tell you. Here is the story of that kid- the one everyone’s parents love to compare their child with.

Me.

It actually is worse than being compared to someone. Most of my cousins in Bangladesh look like they’re scared when they talk to me. It’s awkward when their parents chastise them and use me as examples in front of them.


It’s so awkward when their parents ask about my plans and look to their children diss approvingly at them.

So this is the struggle of being that kid who is the bench mark for every other kid in the family to aspire to.

Alienation is the correct term.

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clearlypositive:

one time in the second grade i forgot how to spell corn on a test so i cried

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