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PM Netanyahu's Reelection Campaign's Desperation is Growing

 
 
Reply Tue 17 Mar, 2015 09:45 am
Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu is so desperate he is saying if reelected there will be NO Palestinian State.* He is using fear, saying to all hardliners to come out and vote because Arabs are voting in greater numbers.

This rhetoric is significant on two levels: 1) appealing to those who want all of Palestinian land and 2) daunting incendiarism to make the Palestinians seem as insignificant as a roach. Netanyahu's words might lure more Likud-like minded voters to the polls but it's damn sure to innervate more Arabs because when the leader of Israel say he/she is against a Palestinian state you are setting yourself up for people to reverse this statement by saying there should be no Israeli state.

*We all know Bibi never wanted a Palestinian state and has been largely successful in dragging his feet and procrastinating. He should bear in mind the reaction which will come from the European Community and the Arab world, in general. The lack of a Palestinian state with Israel continuing to occupy these helpless people while sporting a terrible human rights record with respect to the way they treat the Palestinians, will surely be noticed. In many areas, Israel is already seen as one of the most outcast nations and will become even more so if Netanyahu gives the entire world the finger.
 
InfraBlue
 
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Reply Tue 17 Mar, 2015 10:09 am
The Zionists' barefaced hypocrisy is astounding, saying that the Palestinians can't be trusted because they talk out of both sides of their mouths.

It's not that the Zionists were ever willing to earnetsly negotiate a peace with the Palestinians, however, what with their most dovish prime ministry, Rabin's, building settlements during its peace talks with the Palestinians, and, like you've pointed out, Netanyahu's past statements that he's against a two state solution.

What'll be funny is the US regimes' damage-control response to the Zionists' public duplicity.
PUNKEY
 
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Reply Tue 17 Mar, 2015 10:24 am
His coalition is dropping in numbers and he's afraid of the growing number of Arabs representatives in the government. That's why he went "radical" at this late date.

InfraBlue
 
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Reply Tue 17 Mar, 2015 10:44 am
@PUNKEY,
PUNKEY wrote:

His coalition is dropping in numbers and he's afraid of the growing number of Arabs representatives in the government. That's why he went "radical" at this late date.

It isn't anything the Zionists didn't already know, though. Netanyahyu has always been upfront with them about his disdain for a Palestinian State/Two State Solution.

Merely, he's reiterating his stance on the issue to try to win on the paranoia platform.

What's different is that the US media has picked up on this bare-faced effrontery to the entire peace process.
PUNKEY
 
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Reply Tue 17 Mar, 2015 10:52 am
@InfraBlue,
I believe he just did a flip-flop on his position within the past few days.
oralloy
 
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Reply Wed 18 Mar, 2015 05:05 am
@korkamann,
korkamann wrote:
Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu is so desperate he is saying if reelected there will be NO Palestinian State.*

The Palestinians are finally going to get what they deserve.


korkamann wrote:
*We all know Bibi never wanted a Palestinian state and has been largely successful in dragging his feet and procrastinating.

Funny how he cooperated with Mr. Kerry's now-derailed peace initiative, while you worked hard to derail it.

If nothing else, your outrageous lies about Israel's previous peace efforts are justification for Mr. Netanyahu ending the peace process once and for all.


korkamann wrote:
He should bear in mind the reaction which will come from the European Community and the Arab world, in general.

Lots of impotent whining.

If anyone gets bored with laughing at all the whining, they can always buy some earplugs.


korkamann wrote:
The lack of a Palestinian state with Israel continuing to occupy these helpless people while sporting a terrible human rights record with respect to the way they treat the Palestinians, will surely be noticed.

There is no occupation, and Israel's human rights record is quite good.


korkamann wrote:
In many areas, Israel is already seen as one of the most outcast nations and will become even more so if Netanyahu gives the entire world the finger.

Why do anti-Semites always pretend that they speak for the world when they spout their hatred?
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oralloy
 
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Reply Wed 18 Mar, 2015 05:13 am
@InfraBlue,
InfraBlue wrote:
It's not that the Zionists were ever willing to earnetsly negotiate a peace with the Palestinians,

Your outrageous denials of Israel's past peace efforts is ample justification for ending negotiations once and for all.
oralloy
 
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Reply Wed 18 Mar, 2015 05:13 am
@PUNKEY,
PUNKEY wrote:
I believe he just did a flip-flop on his position within the past few days.

Correct.
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InfraBlue
 
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Reply Wed 18 Mar, 2015 01:09 pm
@oralloy,
oralloy wrote:

InfraBlue wrote:
It's not that the Zionists were ever willing to earnetsly negotiate a peace with the Palestinians,

Your outrageous denials of Israel's past peace efforts is ample justification for ending negotiations once and for all.

About the only "peace effort" by the Zionists that could be regarded as earnest, the Taba Summit, was nullified by the Zionists.
oralloy
 
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Reply Wed 18 Mar, 2015 01:32 pm
@InfraBlue,
InfraBlue wrote:
oralloy wrote:
InfraBlue wrote:
It's not that the Zionists were ever willing to earnetsly negotiate a peace with the Palestinians,

Your outrageous denials of Israel's past peace efforts is ample justification for ending negotiations once and for all.

About the only "peace effort" by the Zionists that could be regarded as earnest, the Taba Summit,

There was also Ariel Sharon's attempt at unilateral withdrawal, Ehud Olmert's offer of 1967 borders, and a couple of recent peace efforts by Mr. Netanyahu.


InfraBlue wrote:
was nullified by the Zionists.

The Israeli voters voted the Left out and replaced them with politicians who would fight because the only thing they were getting out of the negotiations was the widespread massacre of innocent Israeli civilians, and the Israelis were getting sick and tired of being massacred.

The Palestinians will make a good case study for the future, showing why it is a bad idea to respond to peace offers by slaughtering the children of the people who are offering peace.
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korkamann
 
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Reply Wed 18 Mar, 2015 01:52 pm
@InfraBlue,
InfraBlue wrote:

PUNKEY wrote:

His coalition is dropping in numbers and he's afraid of the growing number of Arabs representatives in the government. That's why he went "radical" at this late date.

It isn't anything the Zionists didn't already know, though. Netanyahu has always been upfront with them about his disdain for a Palestinian State/Two State Solution.

Merely, he's reiterating his stance on the issue to try to win on the paranoia platform.

What's different is that the US media has picked up on this bare-faced effrontery to the entire peace process.


On the contrary, the US media has always known; they just don't publicly with respect to the Israeli problem for fear of stirring up animus among Americans against the Zionist nation. There are sometimes OP columns that are highly critical of Israel, but, as a rule, most American papers are benign where the Zionist nation is concerned. Americans who closely follow the Israeli/Palestinian conflict have known Netanyahu had little desire to carry through with a two-state solution or why else would he continue building settlements? Even though the US strongly suspected this attitude, they continued to carry on in good faith along with the Palestinians in the hope of a two-state settlement. Now Netanyahu has given the finger to Obama, the American taxpayer who pay Israel 3 Billion annually, and the European union, partners with the US in trying to conclude this deal. I predict Israel will become more isolated than ever. There are many Americans who believe the way Obama does that a two-state solution is the only solution. I suspect Netanyahu's announcement that there will never be a Palestinian state doesn't exactly sit too within the Arab world.

Netanyahu doesn't seem to be too worried, after all, he came to Obama's world and did a lot of damage, i.e. snubbing the American President in his own back yard. Netanyahu might feel as long as the Republicans hate Obama nothing will happen to him as he will continue to have strong support from the right-wing Republicans.
oralloy
 
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Reply Wed 18 Mar, 2015 02:31 pm
@korkamann,
korkamann wrote:
Americans who closely follow the Israeli/Palestinian conflict have known Netanyahu had little desire to carry through with a two-state solution

Your denial of Israel's peace offers justifies the decision of the Israeli people to never again offer the Palestinians 1967 borders.


korkamann wrote:
or why else would he continue building settlements?

Since the Palestinians refuse to make peace, that land belongs to Israel and they have the right to do whatever they want with it.


korkamann wrote:
Now Netanyahu has given the finger to Obama, the American taxpayer who pay Israel 3 Billion annually, and the European union, partners with the US in trying to conclude this deal.

Not to the American people.

Not really to Mr. Obama either. The fact that Mr. Netanyahu disagrees about the viability of the Iran agreement is hardly an insult to Mr. Obama.

The EU deserves to have Mr. Netanyahu give them the finger.


korkamann wrote:
I predict Israel will become more isolated than ever.

I predict that America will continue to back Israel 100%.


korkamann wrote:
There are many Americans who believe the way Obama does that a two-state solution is the only solution.

Don't worry. There is going to be a two-state solution in the end. The Palestinians are just going to end up with much less than 1967 borders.
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