Monday, July 1, 2013

Why all the Pressure on Israel for "Peace?" Let Kerry Make Peace in Egypt or Syria!

Obama is trying to get his approval ratings to soar by having his Secretary of State Kerry prance the  skies trying to "make peace" between Israel and those Arabs who aim to destroy it.  This so-called "peace" idea is based on a premise that there can be a "two state solution."  It really bothers people when they hear that the "emperor has no clothes."  Even the faux Right wing Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has joined the chorus singing the praises of the emperor's new clothes. 

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I hate to break it to everyone, but the emperor is stark naked.  He's not even clothed in the very proper-looking boxers that most illustrators use for propriety's sake.

There is nothing more dangerous for the continued existence of the State of Israel than producing/agreeing to the establishment of Palestinian State in the heart of the Land of Israel aka the "two state solution."  That solution is more like the "final solution to the Jewish problem" of the Nazis.

I have a much better idea to keep increasing Kerry's frequent flyer points.  Let him start flying to Egypt and make peace between the warring factions there.  Israel is calm; each "peace agreement" has only brought terror and war.  So, if United States President Barack Hussein Obama and his Secretary of State Kerry really want to help people in danger, they should go to a place that is experiencing danger, death, riots etc.  I suggest Egypt.
Huge protests across Egypt calling for the resignation of President Mohammed Morsi have continued through the night, with sporadic outbreaks of violence.
In the capital, Cairo, tens of thousands of people have been massed in Tahrir Square and outside the presidential palace. They have vowed to stay on until Mr Morsi steps down.
At least one person was killed in clashes at Cairo's headquarters of the governing Muslim Brotherhood movement.
Four others died in clashes elsewhere.
Obama had been very excited about the change in government in Egypt a year ago.  Maybe he should visit, too, and support Morsi, or the protesting people.  Certainly he should do something to help the Egyptian people who do need help.

OK, if he doesn't want to help the Egyptians, how about Syria?
AMMAN, Jordan — More than two years of fighting in Syria's civil war has damaged some 9,000 state buildings and run up $15 billion in losses to the public sector, a government minister said Sunday, shining a light on the devastating toll the crisis has taken on the country's economy.
Syria's civil war has laid waste to entire neighborhoods in the country's cities and towns, destroyed much of its manufacturing base and infrastructure and brought oil production and exports to a halt. The damage to the nation's human resources has been just as severe. More than a million people have fled the country and millions more are displaced within it. According to a U.N. estimate, more than 93,000 people have been killed.
Themed 'Ignorance supports the mass murder in Syria' , participants sat down on the ground and symbolically shut their ears, eyes, or mouths. (AP Photo/dpa,Joerg Carstensen)

No doubt, the Syrians too need a lot more help than Israel does.  Israel today is the Gan Eden, Garden of Eden of the Middle-east.  Why else do Arabs prefer living here and come for medical care?  And why else to the polls show that Arabs who would be in the so-called Palestinian State prefer the status quo?

I think it's time to reroute Kerry's flights and have him assist our neighbors in making peace, rather than endangering us here in Israel.


Anonymous said...

blessings batya. just saw this on arutz7.
Latma Satire Star Survives Rock Terror Ambush
Defense/Security 11:11 AM 7/1/2013
Ronit Avrahamof Shapira was in the car with her husband and babies when terror smashed through the window.

Anonymous said...

Batya,, you said it all so clear.

Why cannot the people who govern Israel, think and say like you and others like you do, who say it so well?
If only these rulers could say it like you do, what a different world this would be.

Thank you Batya. Hashem bless you.


Batya said...

10, yes, saw it

Sc, thank you. Words like yours encourage me to keep on blogging.