A random thought on Death Note and reality.

DISCLAIMER: Not meant to be serious, accurate, or political at all. Just having a little fun. :P 

So a couple of days ago, I was watching The Daily Show, where Jon Stewart made a comment that piqued my interest. It was something minor and laughed about, but it focused a little bit on what led to the current situation with Hamas and Fatah. To paraphrase what Jon said:

  1. Because of Palestinian violence before, the US and allies did not want to deal with a Palestine government until it became more democratic.
  2. Well, there was an democratic election, and Hamas, an anti-Isreal political party seen as a terrorist faction by the US, won.
  3. As a result of this, the US decides not to deal with Hamas and focus instead on Fatah, a more moderate political party.
  4. Hamas, realizing that the US and allies reneged on the deal, has now taken over the West Bank, and the brouhaha continues.

So essentially this thing seems like an annoying series of planning and counterplanning. Which reminds me that this is exactly what I thought the whole of Death Note was. So all I’m wondering is there someone going

The world may never know…

right at this moment? Maybe sometime in the future? Figuratively speaking, I mean~

12 Responses to “A random thought on Death Note and reality.”


  1. 1 Vasara999 February 24, 2008 at 2:05 am

    does anyone watch scifi.

  2. 2 TheBigN February 28, 2008 at 7:50 am

    I wouldn’t say that it’s really a conundrum, but it depends on what each person thinks.

    6d0a524c77a9e4cba53260c2f47e659b


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