Trump Says Neither Palestinians or Jews Want Peace, Questions Settlements

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 12, 2018

When black pillers were saying Trump went full kike by moving the embassy, I was like “nah brah, it just be a building, mayne.”

And I was right again.

The Hill:

President Trump said in an interview published Sunday that both Israelis and Palestinians are playing roles in hindering peace in the region.

“Right now, I would say the Palestinians are not looking to make peace, they are not looking to make peace. And I am not necessarily sure that Israel is looking to make peace. So we are just going to have to see what happens,” Trump told Israel Hayom.

“I think both sides will have to make hard compromises to reach a peace agreement,” the president said.

Trump went on to say that controversial Israeli land settlements have played a role in muddling the peace process. “We will be talking about settlements. The settlements are something that very much complicates and always have complicated making peace, so I think Israel has to be very careful with the settlements,” he told Israel Hayom.

The official position of the entire ZOG order is that only the Palestinians are at fault and that the settlements are non-negotiable. That is Chuck Schumer’s position, it was Hillary Clinton’s position. Suggesting that Jews are wrong and then bringing up the settlements as an example shows that Trump intends to take the nuanced approach he sold to us during the campaign in dealing with Israel.

Hopefully he’s saying this because he has insider reason to believe that Bibi is going to get indicted, and he’ll then be dealing with a liberal Jew government that will be ready to give a bunch of concessions.