Not once but four times last week.
On Sunday, Benjamin Netanyahu along with two of his cabinet ministers, Yuval Steinitz and Naftali Bennett slammed US secretary of state John Kerry for warning that the Zionist entity faces a further boycott threats if peace talks with Palestinian Authority headed by Mahmoud Abbas fail, adding that Israel’s PR campaign would not achieve its goal.
“You see for Israel there’s an increasing de-legitimization campaign that has been building up. People are very sensitive to it. There are talk of boycotts and other kinds of things,” Kerry said. “Today’s status quo absolutely, to a certainty, I promise you 100 percent, cannot be maintained. It’s not sustainable. It’s illusionary. There’s a momentary prosperity, there’s a momentary peace,” said Kerry at a security conference in Germany this weekend.
“You can’t expect the state of Israel to conduct negotiations with a gun pointed to its head,” Netanyahu hit back at Kerry.
Adi Mintz, a senior official in the Settler’s Council, accused John Kerry of “an anti-Semitic initiative”. The remarks were insulting as John Kerry’s both grand-parents were Jewish and his wife is also Jewish.
Fatah sources have claimed that John Kerry warned PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas that he could be assassinated like his boss Yasser Arafat if he refused to sign peace agreement with Israel on later’s terms. Fatah wants Kerry to be prosecuted at the International Criminal Court (ICC), a Zionist-controlled judicial setup.
Last month, Israeli defence minister, Gen. Moshe “Bogie” Ya’alon, said that John Kerry seems to be living in self-denial.
“The Secretary of state, John Kerry, who came to us determined, and acts out of incomprehensive obsession and a “messanic sense”, cannot teach me a thing about the conflict with the Palestinians. The security plan American presented us is not worth the paper it was written on. It has no (Israel) security and it has no peace. The only thing that can ‘save us’ is for John Kerry to win a Nobel Prize and leave us in peace,” said Ya’alon.
At the failed Geneva II talk over Syria, John Kerry dropped his pants by saying: “No way Assad can be part of new government in Syria“. In other words, the United States is still pushing for a pro-Israel regime change in Damascus and not stop the three-year-old bloodshed.
The Syrian FM Walid Muallem claims to have rejected a US offer of direct talks without the involvement of the opposition “tools” during the Geneva conference over John Kerry’s refusal to apologize for his biased speech.
In order to please the European Jewish lobby groups, John Kerry said in an interview in Geneva on Thursday that the military option was still on the table if Iran did not live up to its nuclear commitments under the Geneva deal.
“These statements by Kerry are for consumption of a group of audience of a specific media in the region, but in the meantime it is the violation of international law and the charter of the United Nations,” responded Marziyeh Afkham spokeswoman for Iran’s ministry of foreign affair on Friday.