March 22, 2019
Observe: when the topic turns to Israel, the Potatus-in-Chief suddenly jumps into action and makes good on his MIGA agenda.
President Donald Trump says it is time the US recognises Israel’s sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights, which it captured from Syria in 1967.
In a tweet, Mr Trump declared that the plateau was of “critical strategic and security importance to the State of Israel and regional stability”.
After 52 years it is time for the United States to fully recognize Israel’s Sovereignty over the Golan Heights, which is of critical strategic and security importance to the State of Israel and Regional Stability!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 21, 2019
Israel annexed the Golan in 1981 in a move not recognised internationally.
There was no immediate response from Syria, which has sought to regain control of the region.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has warned about the military “entrenchment” of his country’s arch-enemy Iran in the Syria conflict, tweeted his thanks to Mr Trump on Thursday.
“At a time when Iran seeks to use Syria as a platform to destroy Israel, President Trump boldly recognises Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights,” he wrote.
The Greater Israel plan is chugging along smoothly.
Remember, Benjamin Netanyahu (it’s all about the Benjamins, baby!) is close friends with Charles Kushner, who is the father of Jared Kushner, who is the son-in-law of Donald Trump and who is the guy actually running the West Wing, as it turns out.
So this all makes sense:
It is hard to see President Trump’s tweet as representing anything other than a pre-election gift to Israel’s prime minister, who is compromised by legal investigations into allegations of corruption and facing perhaps the most difficult campaign of his tenure.
Mr Netanyahu has been pressing for this shift in US policy.
A recent state department human rights report broke with past US practice referring to the Golan, which Israel captured in 1967, as “Israeli-controlled” rather than “Israeli-occupied”.
A formal announcement of the shift in US policy looks set to come when Mr Netanyahu visits Washington next week.
Like the Trump administration’s decision to move the US embassy to Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, this will be seen as another demonstration of its unreserved support for Israel, and for Mr Netanyahu in particular. That will surprise no-one.
I think we were all willing to turn a blind eye to Trump screwing over some Arabs in the Middle East from time to time, but we expected something to get done at home, whether it was the long-expected Deep State purge, or The Wall or fighting back against Antifa and The Gay in our schools.
But while Israel got a strong fighting warrior for their agenda, we got potato.
My big-brained take during Trump’s first year was that Trump had made a deal wherein he complied with the kike agenda in the Middle East in exchange for a free hand domestically, playing the Chabad faction (Israeli Nationalists) against the Liberal faction of Jews (Globo-Homo).
I was wrong though.
No such deal was made. America continues to encourage and push forward the Yinon Plan with greater fervor than ever before and in exchange, domestically, we get ABSOLUTELY NOTHING.
But the Boomers and Jews are happy at least.
*someone criticises Israel*
— ✠Gwyllgi✠ (@Rex_Britannorum) March 18, 2019
What is there even left to say at this point except: