Dec 29, 2016
Obama's Pogrom Against Israel
Yesterday, Obama told Israel, through his spokesman John Kerry, that Israel must decide if it's going to be Jewish or a democracy, and that it can't be both in its current one state solution. Could you imagine him saying that to one of the Arab countries, that they either have to be Muslim or democratic, but they can't be both. This man has outright contempt for Israel. Israel is concerned with survival. Perhaps Obama needs to spend a few nights in Chicago's hood, and learn what it's like to live in danger.
Kerry spent an agonizing seventy four minutes trying to justify throwing Israel under the bus at the UN. In his drawn out speech, he inadvertently touched on some of the harsh realities of life in Israel. While praising the United States for providing the Iron Dome, he mentioned that it saved countless Israeli lives. Later in the speech, he said that a Palestinian state on the West Bank must not be hostile, like Gaza. What a leap of faith that would take. What words ever came out of Palestinian mouths to reassure Israel? He even stated that a two state solution would stabilize a volatile region. Does he know a place in the middle east that is calm. Does he think that the carnage in Allepo has anything to do with Israel? A Secretary of State who has accomplished nothing in the middle east, now in his last three weeks in office, knows the solution for Israel and the middle east.
While Kerry said that peace cannot be imposed, he had no trouble imposing a rebut of Israel. He stated that his plan was approved by the world stakeholders. In truth, the only real stakeholders are Israel and the Palestinians. Kerry must know more than Netanyahu and Abbas.
I will not list and discuss his six point plan. He started his speech by stating that the United States would be derelict if it didn't tell its friend the hard truth. An hour and fourteen minutes later, he concluded the long speech by saying that in good conscience, the United States cannot do nothing. He and Obama are neither a good friend, nor have a conscience about Israel.
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