Netanyahu Kills Peace Talks with Palestinians
March 11, 2014
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, now demands that the Palestinians recognize Israel as "a Jewish state" and give up their legal and inalienable right to return to their homes and villages. Netanyahu is setting these demands as preconditions because he knows they will kill any hope for a negotiated settlement with the Palestinians. How will President Obama respond to the Israeli leader's rejection of peace with the Palestinians?
On March 11, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ruled out any deal with the Palestinians unless they recognize Israel as "a Jewish state" and give up their refugees' right of return. This means that Netanyahu has decided to kill any hope for the negotiations with the Palestinians by setting conditions he knows the Palestinian side simply cannot accept. What does this mean for the Obama administration’s efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the Israeli-Palestinian problem? It means the so-called “peace process” pushed by Secretary of State John Kerry is dead in the water unless the United States government puts real pressure on the Israelis.
"They (the Palestinians) say they will never recognize a Jewish state and that they will never give up on the right of return," Netanyahu said in remarks broadcast on Israeli public radio.
"I want to make clear that I will not accept an agreement that does not cancel the (refugees') right of return and which does not include Palestinian recognition of the Jewish state," he said in an address to the ruling right-wing Likud-Beitenu faction.
The Palestinians cannot accept either condition because to do so would mean that they are giving up their legitimate claim to their homes and land, from which they were removed by Zionist terrorism and massacres in the late 1940s. Netanyahu and the political leaders of Israel today are, in many cases, the sons and daughters of the Jewish terrorists who carried out terror atrocities against the Palestinians in 1948, most notably the massacre of the Palestinian villagers of Deir Yassin, carried out on April 9, 1948, by terrorists from the Irgun Zevai Leumi and Lohamei Herut Israel (LEHI/Stern Gang).
At the time of the Deir Yassin massacre, the Irgun was headed by Menachem Begin, who went on to create the Likud party, comprised of former Irgun and LEHI terrorists, which Benjamin Netanyahu heads today. Begin’s son, Benny, was a leading figure in the Likud party until 2013. Mayor of Chicago Rahm Emanuel’s father, Benjamin, was a member of the terrorist Stern Gang. Netanyahu’s father was executive secretary for Ze’ev Jabotinsky, the father of the Irgun. The Deir Yassin massacre is just one of many atrocities carried out by these Zionist terrorist gangs but it is important because it played a seminal role in the Palestinian exodus by terrorizing many Palestinians to flee in fear for their lives.
How will the Obama administration respond to Netanyahu’s thrust and twist of the dagger into the “peace process”? Probably with nothing more than a whimper. The Obama White House, for example, has done absolutely nothing about Israel’s egregious war crimes against the people of Gaza or the illegal building of Jewish settlements on occupied territory. So, why should we expect President Obama to do anything to challenge the Netanyahu regime when it plunges the dagger into the peace process?
To comprehend why the Obama administration will not challenge the outrageous and criminal behavior of the Israeli government, we need to understand the absolute power the Zionist criminal network has over U.S. politics. I think the following extract from The Controversy of Zion, Douglas Reed’s opus, written in 1956, does an excellent job of explaining how the American republic has been subjugated by "the Jewish power":
The real danger of Zionism lay in its power to divide the nations of the world against each other and to bring them into collision, in which catastrophe the great masses of mankind would be involved in the proportion of a hundred or a thousand to every Jew.
To depict this obvious possibility was heresy in the 1950's, and the non-Jewish protests remained unpublished while the Jewish ones were ineffective. In 1953 the New York Jewish journal, Commentary, thus was able to announce that the foreseeable catastrophe had been brought another step nearer in the following terms: “Israel's survival and strengthening have become a firm element of United States foreign policy and no electoral result or change will affect this.”
Here, once more, is the cryptic reference to a power superior to all presidents, prime ministers and parties to which I earlier drew attention. It is what Mr. Leopold Amery, one of the British Ministers responsible for Palestine in the inter-war period, once said: The policy is set and cannot change. The inner secret of the whole affair is contained in these menacing statements, in which the note of authority and superior knowledge is clear. They are cryptic, but specific and categorical, and express certainty that the West cannot and will not withdraw its hand from the Zionist ambition in any circumstances.
Certainty must rest on something firmer than threats, or even the ability, to sway “the Jewish vote” and the public press this way or that. The tone is that of taskmasters who know the galley-slaves must do their bidding because they are chained and cannot escape. The New York Times, which I judge to speak with authority for “the Jewish power” in the world, has often alluded to this secret compact, or capitulation, or whatever its nature is: for instance, “In essence, the political support the state of Israel has in the United States makes any settlement antagonistic to Israeli interests impossible for a United States administration to contemplate” (1956). If this merely alludes to control of the election-machine, it means that the process of parliamentary government through “free elections” has been completely falsified. In my opinion, that is the case in the West in this century.
Sources and Recommended Reading:
"Israel PM says no deal unless Palestinians recognise Jewish state" by Hazel Ward, L'Agence France-Presse, March 11, 2014
The Controversy of Zion by Douglas Reed, Bridger House Publishers, Inc., Hayden, Idaho (2012)
Online at: www.controversyofzion.info/
U.S. Elections and Computer Vote Fraud, a series of articles by Christopher Bollyn
"Who Controls Our Elections?" by Christopher Bollyn, January 2, 2008
"Why the New York Times is Anti-American" by Christopher Bollyn, January 9, 2013