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Bibi sweating a ‘midnight surprise’ as the UN before Obama leaves

Netanyahu: Israel Will Try to Prevent Possible New UNSC Resolution

… from Sputnik News,  Moscow

Might it be Israel’s turn to take a hit? Sabra – Shatilla camp victims’ mass grave, Jim W. Dean 2014

[ Editor’s Note: My, my… Bibi has blinked here, for sure. Has he gotten word that the goal of the Paris conference is to pass a Palestinian Statehood resolution recognizing the West Bank? He is sending out the call to his Diaspora troops that he wants to make sure another one is not passed.

Has the EU gotten on board as payback for Israel’s stiff-arming them during the years spent trying to get Israel to move forward on the peace process, which the Likuds in power have no problem telling the world they have no intention of doing? His mention of not wanting a “Quartet decision” either is a strong hint that he knows both options are in play.

Would the current UNSC countries sitting now that passed the last resolution see that they might have a last shot to do so before Trump gets in and an iron wall goes down around the peace process?

VT was early in smelling that such a thing was possible for the first time; and Mr. Obama needs a high point to go out on, and the Russian sanctions certainly are not. It is going to be an interesting JanuaryJim W. Dean ]


Will Obama and the UNSC drop a ‘bomb’ on Likudite Israel before January 20th?

– First published  …  January 03, 2017

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that another UN Security Council resolution regarding Israeli-Palestinian standoff may be adopted at the upcoming Paris international conference, adding that Israelis will try to prevent it from being passed.

The decisions made at the upcoming Paris international conference on the Israel-Palestine conflict on January 15 may be turned into another UN Security Council resolution and Israel is trying to prevent it, Netanyahu said.

“[The upcoming summit in Paris is of no interest but] there are signs that they will try to turn the decisions made there into another resolution in the Security Council. [The major effort] we are engaged in now is to prevent another UN resolution, and also to prevent a Quartet [the United Nations, the United States, the European Union, and Russia] decision,” Netanyahu said Tuesday at the meeting with Israel’s ambassadors as quoted by The Jerusalem Post newspaper.

He added that the move would likely to take place before US President Barack Obama would leave the office on January 20.

Paris is going to host the conference on the settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on January 15. Israel refused to take part in the event saying that it preferred to hold bilateral talks directly with the Palestinian side.

On June 3, Paris hosted an international conference aimed at resuming the stalled Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. No representatives of either Israel or Palestine were present at the event.

Palestinians seek diplomatic recognition for their independent state on the territories of the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, which is partially occupied by Israel, and the Gaza Strip. Israel has been building settlements on the occupied territories despite objection from the United Nations.


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5 Responses to "Bibi sweating a ‘midnight surprise’ as the UN before Obama leaves"

  1. Arrow  January 4, 2017 at 10:44 pm

    “An upcoming Paris international conference on the Israel-Palestine conflict on January 15″… sounds like an opportunity for a good old fashioned Mossad false flag.

  2. wjabbe  January 3, 2017 at 6:17 pm

    Why wait until the 15th of January for this vote? Time is running out. Do it now! But this time Obama should direct a “yes” vote, not an abstention. Tell Bibi to “take this job and shove it.”

    • Trakkath  January 3, 2017 at 8:56 pm

      In the age of Internet they can avoid any conflicts and false flags in Paris by doing it via Skype and/or another connection. So the delegates are not endangered by any attack from Benjamin Mileikovski.

  3. Dr. Abu-Bakr Susta  January 3, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    With current circumstances, attitudes & behaviours, a 2-state solution for Israel is problematic — to put it mildly. However, given that a 2-state solution might maintain a semblance of democracy for the new nation and for Israel (given Israel’s non-Jewish demographics), a 2-state solution is best interim solution.

    A better, more comprehensive & longer-lasting medium- to long-term solution for Mideast & Israel would be for Russia, Iran, Turkey, other Mideast nations and US/UK/EU to guarantee the internal & external national security of Syria, Israel, Iraq & other Mideast nations — in exchange for certain concessions by Mideast nations & Israel (e.g., return of Golan Heights to Syria).

    From the beginning of Israel’s UN-recognized existence, by design, the U.S., UK, EU & others have NOT been RWA to guarantee the national security of Israel & other Mideast nations — in part because the supposed guarantors of ‘peace’ have been state sponsors of the terrorism that they supposedly eschew.

    Russia, Iran, BRICS & others know this. Given Trump’s naïveté, Trump may be willing to support this. Obama’s U.S. support for a 2-state solution may well motivate Trump to adopt good Mideast positions.

    • Dr. Abu-Bakr Susta  January 4, 2017 at 5:37 pm

      Khalid: A majority in the UN approved creation of Israel in 1948 — in part due to Labor Zionist blackmail of the Rockefellers to influence South American votes that Rockefellers controlled (and in part due to Israeli Labour Zionist & Rotten-Child collaboration with Nazis to spur Jewish migration to what is now Israel).

      Due to similar types of perfidy with which USA was also created, Israel’s existence is questionable. Few ask that the U.S. return the land to Native Americans & Mexico (from which Texas+ was stolen). If we could return Texas to Mexico before the Bush 2000 election (or before 1988), many might agree with you.

      For similar reasons, we are stuck with Israel — but not with Bibi, Khazarians & Rotten-Child, whom most Israelis too would eliminate (if they only knew). Although “justice” would be nice, more pragmatic & doable solutions are better (for now).

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