post by Frank J. Gaffney, Jr. (president of the Center for Security Policy, a columnist for the Washington Times and host of the nationally syndicated program, Secure Freedom Radio, heard in Washington week nights at 9:00 p.m. on WRC 1260 AM.) on NewsMax.com, Oct. 29, 2010
With the puppet, the future of Israel looks bleak—Earlier this year, the puppet drove U.S.-Israeli relations—to use one of the puppet’s oft-employed analogies—into a ditch. Arguably, ties between the two countries were never more strained than last spring when the puppet serially insulted the elected leader of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, vilified his country, and tried to euchre it into making territorial, political, and other ill-advised concessions to Arabs determined as ever to destroy the Jewish state.
Unfortunately, what the puppet has in mind for Israel after the election next week will make his previous treatment of the Jewish State look like the good old days. To be sure, ties between the United States and Israel, far and away America’s most important and loyal friend in the Middle East, have improved lately from the nadir to which the puppet plunged them since he took office. That has nothing to do, however, with a change of heart or agenda on the part of the puppet and his administration. Rather, it is a reflection of a cynical calculation forced upon the puppet White House by its panicked congressional allies. Already laboring under the backbreaking burden of their association with a puppet and his agenda that have become huge liabilities, Democrats on Capitol Hill faced wholesale defections of their Jewish constituents and funders if their party’s leader persisted in his assault on Israel.
Public letters and private conversations had the desired effect—the puppet began treating his Israeli counterpart with a modicum of respect and the optics of a restarted peace process—however short-lived or doomed—helped conjure up an image of a renewed partnership between the two nations. Make no mistake about it, though—Once the 2010 elections are behind him, it is a safe bet that the puppet will revert to form by once again exhibiting an unmistakable and ruthless determination to bend Israel to his will. Worse yet, he will be able to take advantage of a vehicle for effecting the so-called two-state solution, no matter how strenuously Israel and its friends in Washington object—The Palestinians will simply unilaterally declare themselves a state and ask for international recognition, and the puppet will accede to that request.
[You wonder why the hostility? If you think logically, the only reason why the puppet would hate Israel (God's† chosen land) would be because he is following his true Moslem faith. What other reason would he have? I mean we need this ally. How stupid to mess that up!]
A number of the particulars involved in this gambit are unclear at the moment. For example, will the Palestinians announce the borders of their state to be the 1967 cease-fire lines, in which case large Israeli population centers (defiled as settlements) will be inside a nation that is certain to be, to use Hitler’s phrase, judenrein (free of Jews)? How will the Hamas-stan of Gaza be connected to the currently PLO-run West Bank in a way that will make them contiguous without bisecting the Jewish state and ensuring that Hamas does not take over the rest of the so-called Palestinian authority?
[Remember now that the puppet helped fund Hama. He gave them American tax dollars! Another little known fact—if you do research on Quality Systems and NexGen, you will become curious as well. NexGen is all over United States secuirty (remember that the puppet officially changed the Missile Defense emblem to include the Islamic crest). My point is after doing research on NexGen, I found that the developer of this software which the U.S. uses in all its security is from Pakestein. All of this mess is coming from the Middle East. Another known fact—all of these Middle East states are Moslems. You known that already? Good. Then you also know that the two crusades in history was between the Christians and the Islmaics. A very important fact to know. The Moslems/Islamics hate Christians. They have tried to destroy us twice already in the history of the world. Why wouldn't they try it again? Are you that naive to think they wouldn't? Just a thought.]
Also unclear is precisely how the puppet will handle the sticky issue of extending U.S. recognition of Palestine. Will he want to parallel Harry Truman’s direct and immediate endorsement of the establishment of Israel in 1948? Or will he do it more disingenuously, as former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton speculated in The Wall Street Journal last week, by having the United States abstain from an approving vote by the United Nations Security Council? The hope behind the latter would be that Team puppet and its partisans will somehow avoid retribution from Israel’s friends, both Democrats and others, both here and abroad. The truth is that, either way, the puppet will have dealt Israel a potentially mortal blow. Without control of the high ground and water aquifers of the West Bank, the Jewish state is simply indefensible and unsustainable. Some may suggest that international forces (perhaps led by the United States) should be deployed in the areas Jews have historically known as Judea and Samaria so as to ensure that they are not used to harm Israelis in the low-lying areas to the west. We have seen how such arrangements work in practice in Lebanon, though—which is to say not well.