Monday, September 29, 2014

No Matter How "Sharp" Bibi's U.N. Speech, The World Will Still Prefer the Arabs

It's never wise to brag in advance, because then expectations rise too high to meet. And that's just one of the reasons I'm not happy with the claims of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's advance team about his upcoming United Nations General Assembly speech.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is promising a “razor sharp” speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Monday..."In my speech to the General Assembly, I will refute the lies that are being told about us and I will tell the truth about our state and the heroic soldiers of the IDF, the most moral army in the world," (Arutz 7)
Anyone with half and unbiased brain will admit that our PM Bibi Netanyahu is most probably the very best orator in today's world. What he comes up with even as an ad lib is far superior to what most international leaders' speech-writing teams write while painstakingly pooling all their research and coaching staff. That's what a true orator is. If someone needs/is dependent on a speechwriter and coach for his/her speeches, that person is no more than an actor/performer, not an orator.

There has been international support for another new Arab state in Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley since before the establishment of the State of Israel. The idea didn't start with the 1967 Six Days War, nor Arafat, the PLO nor Abbas. It actually began when Great Britain chopped off most of what it had been mandated by the League of Nations for a Jewish State and gave it to the foreign Hashemites to invent a new Arab country they called Jordan.
In July 1922, the League of Nations entrusted Great Britain with the Mandate for Palestine. Recognizing "the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine," Great Britain was called upon to facilitate the establishment of a Jewish national home in Palestine-Eretz Israel (Land of Israel). Shortly afterwards, in September 1922, the League of Nations and Great Britain decided that the provisions for setting up a Jewish national home would not apply to the area east of the Jordan River, which constituted three-fourths of the territory included in the Mandate and which eventually became the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. (Jewish Virtual Library)
The world didn't care, nor did they care when Great Britain seriously discriminated against the Jews in the remaining part of the mandated areas, and they didn't protest when GB armed the Arabs against the Jews.

And then, post-World War Two and the Nazi Holocaust which caused the murder of six million Jews at least, when it became obvious that the Zionists were going to declare a state, the United Nations came up with their fokokt plan aka  1947 Partition Plan, which allocated unconnected blocks of land to the Jews and the rest to the Arabs.

In 1947, Great Britain relinquished to the UN the power to make decisions relating to the status of the Land of Israel. The General Assembly appointed a special committee that collected evidence and decided unanimously that Israel should be granted independence. Most of the committee members favored partitioning the land into two states, a Jewish state and an Arab state, with Jerusalem under international supervision. On November 29, 1947, the UN General Assembly accepted the partition resolution, 33 to 13. MFA

Since there was no Arab nationalism, joint culture or history to take over this land, they only united to fight the Jews/Zionists, Jordan then illegally occupied what the nascent State of Israel didn't hold. The world didn't car about that either. There were no protests about how the Zionists, the Jews were being shortchanged and cheated. And the Leftist Labor Zionists, led by David Ben-Gurion, considered themselves lucky enough to survive and have even the small indefensible piece of land.

Credit: buildersofzion

This history Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu knows well, no doubt much better than I do. He should just tell the world that we know very well that they aren't interested in truth and justice. They never were. They didn't care when Jordan was invented. They didn't care during the Nazi Holocaust against Jews. They didn't care all the times when Arabs have attacked Israel in wars and terrorism. And they certainly don't care that the aim of the so-called Palestinians is Israel's destruction. That's because those who invented the faux Palestinian People sic are those sitting in the General Assembly. We don't need them to judge or approve of us.

The best thing for Netanyahu to do would be state that Israel will no longer negotiate nor support the the establishment of a "Palestinian state" and to say that Israel is finished with the United Nations and then walk out with the entire Israeli delegation.

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