December 8, 2019
Wow, Bossy Bibi.
The embattled Prime Minister wants Washington to approve of Israel’s further expansion into the Jordan Valley, just days after he urged Donald Trump not to miss a rare chance to back Tel Aviv’s territorial appetites.
Benjamin Netanyahu, who fiercely fights for re-election, believes that “the time has come to extend Israeli sovereignty over the Jordan Valley,” a swath of land spanning between the occupied West Bank and neighboring Kingdom of Jordan. On their part, Israel’s closest ally should give a final nod to the move.
“I want American recognition of our sovereignty in the Jordan Valley. This is important,” he bluntly told an event set up on Sunday by Israel’s Makor Rishon newspaper. As part of the proposed annexation, all Jewish settlements in the area would become part of Israel, he insisted.
Two days ago, Netanyahu claimed he talked the issue with the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo at their meeting in Lisbon. Interestingly, the State Department quickly disavowed his report, telling journalists that no such discussion had ever taken place.
“I can tell you that there was no annexation plan, full or partial, for any part of the West Bank presented by Israel to the United States during the meeting,” Assistant Secretary for Near East David Schenker told an official briefing.
Netanyahu’s response to the comment was next to incomprehensible. “It was said that the issue was not raised [at the Pompeo meeting], the issue was raised,” he explained. The Americans, he believes, “didn’t say it was not raised, they said that a formal plan was not discussed.”
Also in the week, the Prime Minister bragged about talking the prospective move with the US President Donald Trump. The two naturally discussed Iran, but their phone call also revolved around “historic opportunities that stand before us in the coming months – among them are [establishing] the Jordan Valley as the recognized eastern border of the State of Israel.”
It does actually appear as though Trump is throwing him under the bus. Presumably on the directive of other Jews. The only way Pompeo would be involved in this bus throwing is if other Jews told him to be involved in it.
Trump gave a speech on Saturday to the Israel-Jews of Florida, and didn’t mention Bibi’s name.
I think the fact that Bibi is being ousted for what amounts to relatively routine corruption indicates that other Jews are worried that he is pushing things too hard, too fast.
He’s literally saying that Trump needs to endorse him taking everything that is left of Palestine, completely.
Here’s another version of that map, just so you understand.
This is almost too much to grasp.
But the Jews grasp it, of course, and they know that the rest of the world will grasp it when they roll tanks up to the border of Jordan and start bulldozing houses. And they’re shaken.
Basically, the entire world hates Israel, save for a few weirdo boomer evangelical cultists in America. And when everyone is fed up with the Jews, it tends to end badly for them.
People start doing that arm gesture.
You know the one.