Both Barack Obama and Joe Biden have refused to attend the pro-Israel Jewish Lobby AIPAC annual conference in Washington which kicked off on Sunday. Instead, the Crypto-Jewish John Kerry has been given the task to explain Obama administration’s policy on Israel-Palestine conflict, Iran and Syria to those Zionist-butt-licking lawmakers and Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
On Sunday, in an interview with former Israeli prison guard-turned journalist Jeffrey Goldberg – Barack Obama warned Netanyahu and all Israeli lovers that Kerry’s proposed peace plan could be the last hope for Israel to survive in the Middle East. The interview was published on March 2, 2014 at the Jewish website Bloomberg.
“If Netanyahu does not believe that a peace deal with the Palestinians is the right thing to do for Israel, then he needs to articulate an alternative approach. And as I said before, it’s hard to come up with one that’s plausible,” Goldberg quoted Obama saying.
“Obama was blunter about Israel’s future than I’ve ever heard him. His language was striking, but of a piece with observations made in recent months by his secretary of state, John Kerry, who until this interview, had taken the lead in pressuring both Netanyahu and the Palestinian leader, Mahmoud Abbas, to agree to a framework deal. Obama made it clear that he views Abbas as the most politically moderate leader the Palestinians may ever have. It seemed obvious to me that the president believes that the next move is Netanyahu’s,” commented Goldberg.
“On the subject of Middle East peace, Obama told me that the U.S.’s friendship with Israel is undying, but he also issued what I took to be a veiled threat: the U.S., though willing to defend an isolated Israel at the United Nations and in other international bodies, might soon be unable to do so effectively,” says Goldberg.
In reality, Obama was trying to sell John Kerry’s plan to the world. The plan, no doubt, is authored by Kerry’s Israeli and American Jewish team. John Kerry’s plan offers a few adjustments to the illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank with PA control over Jordan Valley after ten years, PA government office in some corner of Israeli annexed East Jerusalem, and no ‘Right of Return’ for over six million Palestinians living outside Israel. In return Palestinians (both Fatah and Hamas) must recognize Israel as a “Jewish State”. In order to satisfy Israel’s security concerns, Mahmoud Abbas has even proposed NATO boots in the West Bank – a proposal rejected by Netanyahu.
Goldberg in an earlier article published by Bloomberg on January 30, 2014, had blamed John Kerry for putting Netanyahu in a Bind. I don’t understand what Goldberg meant by “Bind”. Netanyahu will be free to annex the West Bank and the Jordan Valley on the pretext that some old-fashioned rocket came from the Gaza Strip – or Hamas is receiving arms from Iran or Hizbullah.
I bet, like Goldberg, most Israeli leaders know that both Barack Obama and John Kerry being products of Jewish Establishment will never betray the Zionist entity. Read here and here.
The pro-Israel western leaders have proposed two solutions to Israeli occupation of Palestine; ‘Two states’ and the ‘Parallel states’. Both of which, are to legitimize the Jewish occupation of Palestine. I have discussed them here.
The great majority of Palestinians, on the other hand, want a single democratic state with equal rights for both the native Palestinians and the non-Palestinian Jews. This is what the great majority of 1.7 billion Muslims around the world including the Islamic Republic, Hamas, Hizbullah and Syrian president Bashar Assad support. I have discussed this option here.
Obama did welcome Netanyahu in the Oval Office on March 3, 2014. Obama took the opportunity to reassure his visitor that the United States doesn’t have a closer friend or ally other than Israel (let us forget how Netanyahu tried to stop Obama being re-elected). Obama also praised Netanyahu for his cooperation on John Kerry’s proposal for the “two-state” solution, and his understanding of the United States point of view regarding having dialogues with Iran via P5+1.
In response, Netanyahu, like a trained parrot said: “The greatest challenge to both of us is to prevent Iran from acquiring the capacity to make nuclear weapons. I think that goal can be achieved if Iran is prevented from enriching uranium and dismantles fully its military nuclear installations. Now, Mr. President, if that goal can be achieved peacefully and through diplomacy, I can tell you that no country has a greater stake in this than Israel. Because, as you know and I’m sure you’ll appreciate, Iran calls openly for Israel’s destruction, so I’m sure you’ll appreciate that Israel cannot permit such a state to have the ability to make atomic bombs to achieve that goal. We just cannot be brought back again to the brink of destruction. And I, as the Prime Minister of Israel, will do whatever I must do to defend the Jewish state.”