Saturday, February 25, 2017

It Does Not Matter What Trump Thinks About The "Two-State Solution"

Here are dueling headlines from two Israeli newspapers:

(1) "In First, Trump Says He 'Likes' Two-state Solution for Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"

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(2) "The evacuation of Amona does nothing to change the fact that the notion of a Palestinian state is evaporating and the settlements are irreversible."

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This is not "political theater" - this is farce.

The definition of conflict is "a serious disagreement or argument, typically a protracted one." This implies there are (at least) two sides doing the arguing. But that's not the case here.

In reality, there is no Palestine. Maybe there was once, but no more. There are no Palestinians. The "settlements" are irreversible. No one is going to change that, not the US, not the UN, not the entire world.

So why are we still wasting time on this BS?

And if Europe is going to take all the refugees from Libya and Syria, why not just toss in the 4 million non-existent "Palestinians" as a bonus? We sure as hell can't expect the Israelis to take any responsibility for them.

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