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Once again, Israel is being forced into an abject surrender to evil by a media blitz…

2560px-The_Logo_of_The_Washington_Post_Newspaper.svgOpinion Leaders of Jordan, France and Egypt: Cease fire now in Gaza
Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein is king of Jordan. Emmanuel Macron is president of France. Abdel Fatah El-Sisi is president of Egypt.

In light of the intolerable human toll of the war, we, the leaders of Egypt, France and Jordan, call for the immediate and unconditional implementation of U.N. Security Council Resolution 2728. We underline the urgent need to bring about a permanent cease-fire in Gaza.

We emphasize the urgency of implementing the Security Council’s demand for the immediate release of all hostages and reaffirm our support for the negotiations brokered by Egypt, Qatar and the United States that address a cease-fire, as well as the hostages and detainees.

[OCS: If you are wondering why HAMAS, with their existence threatened in Rafah, keeps turning down cease-fire initiatives that link the cease-fire to the return of hostages, it is because they have indicated to the international community that most of the hostages are either dead or in poor condition. Witness the refusal of HAMAS to provide a list of hostages and their medical condition or allow the International Red Cross to visit the hostages. It should come as no surprise that it is the Obama/Biden Administration that insists that Israel remove this hostage precondition from the negotiation.]

Consistent with international law, Israel is under an obligation to ensure the flow of humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian population, a responsibility it has not fulfilled. We reiterate the Security Council’s demand to lift barriers to humanitarian assistance and for Israel to immediately facilitate humanitarian assistance through all crossing points, including in the North of the Gaza Strip and through a direct land corridor from Jordan, as well as by sea.

[OCS: Never, in the history of warfare, has any party been responsible for the care and feeding of an opponent’s population whose majority openly elected and sides with the enemy forces, especially when such “humanitarian assistance” is stolen or confiscated by enemy combatants.]

Lastly, we underline the urgency of restoring hope for peace and security for all in the region, primarily the Palestinian and Israeli people. We emphasize our determination to continue working together to avoid further regional spillover, and we call on all actors to refrain from any escalatory action. We urge an end to all unilateral measures, including settlement activity and land confiscation. We also urge Israel to prevent settler violence.

[OCS: There has never been peace and security in the Middle East. When the Muslims were not attacking Jews, they were attacking other Muslims. Of course, the editorial authors do not want regional spillover or escalation as it would imperil their own existence. It is disingenuous and morally repugnant that the authors would “urge Israel to prevent settler violence” while ignoring ongoing terrorism and continuing rocket attacks against Israel’s civilian population. Where is the call for the HAMAS terrorists to surrender and bring an end to the conflict?]

We stress our determination to step up our joint efforts to effectively bring about the two-state solution. The establishment of an independent, sovereign Palestinian state on the basis of the two-state solution, in accordance with international law and relevant U.N. Security Council resolutions, to live side by side in peace and security with Israel, is the only way to achieve true peace. The Security Council must play a role in decisively reopening this horizon for peace.

[OCS: Neither Egypt nor Jordan have offered land to the Palestinian Arabs despite their historical presence in Jordan. Egypt and Jordan retained control over the Gaza Strip and the West Bank, respectively, until 1967. The idea that the Palestinian Arabs can “live side by side in peace and security with Israel” is a total impossibility. The Palestinian Arabs completely controlled Gaza and turned it into an armed terrorist state under the tutelage of Iran.]

<To read the editorial in full and context, it can be found here.>

Cui Bono, who benefits…

A simple analysis of the equities and interests involved reveals the truth.

Egypt: Abdel Fatah El-Sisi has a legitimate reason to fear Palestinian-Arab troublemakers.

Egypt fears two things: one, a major influx of Palestinian-Arabs that could result in an existential threat against the Egyptian government and result in a brutal Palestinian extermination campaign by Egypt's military rulers; and two, the exposure of Egypt-Gaza terrorist tunnels in Rafah which would raise uncomfortable issues relating to Egypt’s complicity in weapons trafficking into Gaza.

Egypt has resisted all international efforts to open the Rafah crossing to Palestinian-Arab refugees, even on a temporary “humanitarian” basis.

Jordan: Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein has a reason to fear Palestinian-Arabs and a wider conflict in the Middle East.

In 1946, the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan was formed out of whole cloth and its ruling family selected by the Allied powers after World War I. Therefore, the Kingdom has no claim to historical presence and its ruling family no legitimate claim to the throne. Since Jordan is comprised mostly of regional Arabs, including millions of Palestinian Arabs, the fear that a wider regional conflict could make them vulnerable to overthrow, especially with Iranian backing of the Palestinian opposition.

To the extent that Jordan fears Palestinian-Arabs, one need only to refer to Black September (1970) when the Jordanian army launched a military campaign against Palestinian groups and led to the expulsion of the Palestinians from Jordan. The Palestinians decamped to Lebanon where they contributed to the country's instability, particularly during the Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990).

France: Emmanuel Macron is a feckless poseur.

What can I say about the “cheese-eating surrender monkeys” who openly collaborated with the Nazis in WWII. France is grappling with the increasingly dangerous rise of Islamism, and the creation of “no go” zones around Paris and the rest of the nation. This is an attempt to appease France’s Muslim population and shore-up Macron’s leadership.

Bottom line…


I am ashamed of the United States and loathe the moral ambiguity of our leadership, which looks evil in the face and equivocates: on the one hand, we have evil, and on the other hand, perhaps we can use this evil for our own political advantage. These are the ass-wipes that are decimating our military and who are willing to leave Americans behind to be murdered or mutilated in Gaza as they did in Afghanistan.

This would not have happened under President Trump. It is now an indisputable fact: the progressive communist democrats are hell-bent on destroying America from within and cannot be trusted to protect and defend our Constitution or our country.

We have entered a quasi-police state and desperately need reform.

Hold your nose, if you must, and vote for Donald Trump – and give him the majority he needs in the House and Senate to start restoring America to her former glory.

Until then, we are so screwed.

-- Steve

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