Just before (p)Resident Obama leaves on his trip to the Middle East, (see: https://josiahe.wordpress.com/2009/05/27/the-buchenwald-wheelbarrow/) and as the peace plan, being promoted by (p)Resident Obama has already been rejected by both Egypt and Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu, over 75% of both our House of Representatives and Senate signed a letter to (p)Resident Obama urging the U.S. government to work closely with our ally, Israel who, it states, will be taking the greatest risks in seeking peace.
Why would this letter be sent, unless it were common knowledge on the hill that (p)Resident Obama is seemingly about to side with the anti-Israel, Arab nations?
Is this the 2nd schism between Obama and the legislative branch?
Even in light of all this, it’s rumored that Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel favors an attempt engineer the failure of Netanyahu’s coalition forcing him out!
ALREADY? Nation building destroying already, Mr. (p)Resident? Was that part of your campaign promises? ? ? ?
(p)Resident Obama is said to be playing hardball now – threatening Israel that if they do not stop the building in settlements, the U.S. will stop blocking U.N. sanctions against Israel.
Noting that there is still incitement by terrorist entities in the Palestine community, the letter also demands “an absolute Palestinian commitment to end violence, terror and incitement” . . . . (like that’s going to happen). It’s as if the two branches of American government are intent on mixing the poisoned oasis water and oil . . . . . expecting it to not separate . . . . as if the physics of mixing oil and water were going to happen because of the supposed messiah . . . . . Barack Hussein . . . .
Arab entities are newly demanding that Israel: 1) give up the old section, and large neighborhoods in Jerusalem, 2) that Israel surrender both Samaria and Judea, and last but not least, 3) that Israel allow millions of Arabs to “return” to their homeland which is now (after the post-WWII-agreement establishing Israel). Israelis seeing the takeover of Europe by growing populations of Arabs are not likely to agree with this, or any of the three, preconditions to recognizing Israel as a state.
Why the demands ratcheting up instead of down, if (p)Resident Obama is actually seeking Peace, is not explained, but the even more ridiculous request that Egypt allow Israeli Airliners to fly over thier nation is the least likely of the items supposedly on the table . . . .
Pursuing the unrealistic ‘two-state solution’ seems to be even farther off in this U.S. Administration . . . .