Netanyahu’s Victory: Now What President Obama?

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By Alan Hart

That’s how Uriel Heilman concluded an article for the JTA (Jewish Telegraph Agency) on Netanyahu’s election victory after noting that he had shown his true colours by declaring that there would be no Palestinian state while he is in charge. What President Obama now has to decide is whether or not he will allow Netanyahu to remain in charge of American policy for Israel-Palestine.

If Netanyahu had not shown his true colours in the final hours before Israelis voted, Obama would have had some wriggle room. I mean that he could have gone on pretending that it was still worth putting effort into trying to get a peace process going with Netanyahu’s Israel. But Netanyahu’s outright rejection of a Palestinian state and his promise to go on building more and more illegal settlements leave Obama without any wriggle room.

It is clear and ought to be obvious to all that Obama now as only two options.

One is to wash his hands of the conflict in and over Palestine that became Israel and walk away from it. If he does this he will no doubt seek to cover up his complicity by default in Zionism’s crimes by saying, as he has said on several occasions during his presidency, that he can’t want peace more than the parties themselves.

Obama’s only other option is to say publicly to Israel that enough is enough and that America will now use its leverage to cause (or try to cause) Israel to end its defiance of international law.
I think Saeb Erekat, a member of the PLO’s Executive Committee and the Palestinian Authority’s chief negotiator, spoke the unvarnished truth when he said this:

The Israeli elections show the success of a campaign platform based on settlements, racism, apartheid and the denial of the fundamental human rights of the Palestinian people. Such a result would not have been possible had the international community held Israel to account for its systematic violations of international law

A first small step by Obama in the direction of publicly telling Israel that enough is enough would be a statement that on what is left of his time in the White House America will not veto UN Security Council resolutions which condemn Israel’s policies and actions and demand a halt to settlement activity and an end to occupation.

And hand-in-hand with that could be a statement that the Obama administration will not obstruct or seek in any way to influence investigation of Israel’s policies and actions by the International Criminal Court.
Mitchell Plitnick, Program Director of the Foundation for Middle East Peace and one of the still relatively few American and European Jews who promote the truth, wrote this in his first reaction to Netanyahu’s victory:

The only, very thin, hope is that the United States and Europe are finally so fed up with Netanyahu and the Israeli right’s adamant refusal of peace that they are finally willing to exert significant pressure. Although it seems likely that the U.S. and E.U. will do something, it is far less likely that they will do anywhere near enough for either the Israeli government to feel the pressure or for the Israeli populace to grow concerned enough to take action.

And Antony Lerman, a British Jewish writer I respect for his outspoken support of a one state solution (with equal rights for all) wrote this:

With Obama on his way out, the EU preoccupied with internal matters, Putin keeping the West busy with his aggressive pursuit of a Russia first foreign policy, ISIS taxing both the foreign and domestic security policies of so many diverse states, who will be able to stop Bibi continuing to consolidate and strengthen the de facto single (Zionist apartheid) state?

Whether we should be thankful for it or not, one thing we certainly get from this election result is clarity: the Palestinians will know what to expect, European Jews will know what to expect, the Obama administration will know what to expect, the entire population of Israel will know what to expect. Yet the consequences of the stasis this implies are far more unpredictable. Change was expected. Now there’ll be none, it’s as if a vacuum has suddenly appeared in the centre of the polity. And as the old cliché goes, “nature abhors a vacuum”. Filling it could be a third intifada, as Palestinian anger understandably erupts. It could be another major Israeli military assault, with huge casualties and the inevitable fallout in anti-Jewish hostility for Europe’s Jews. It could be a pre-emptive strike of some kind on Iran. It could be formal annexation of Area C of the West Bank. And it could be a major growth in the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement: more action and a widening of the basis of support for the campaign.

Equal rights for all seems to be further away than ever. But without a viable statist solution of any kind, the equal rights agenda as the basis for achieving real change gains added importance and legitimacy.

Unless Obama can summon up the will and the courage to publicly tell Israel that enough is enough and then back his words with actions, the answer to Lerman’s question is that nobody can stop Netanyahu advancing the doomsday clock.

My guess is that Obama will wash his hands of the conflict and walk away from it. In that event he’ll deserve a place in history as the American president who gave Zionism the green light to take the region and possibly the whole world to hell.

I hope, Mr. President, that I am wrong about you and your intentions.

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  1. the manchurian candidate bungholio-bama aint gonna do squat, it is ALL “kabuki theater” garbage. satanyahoo wasnt arrested for his war crimes and terrorism, 47 members of “congress” werent arrested for treasonous violations of the Logan Act, and the District of Criminals continues to pretend they’re against ISIS-ISIL in Syria when the truth is they want to get rid of Assad and are AIDING the terrorist mercenaries (from over 50 countries) who are posing as “rebels”, that izrahell gives medical attention to so they can kill more Syrians..

    “obama” should have been (and still could be) impeached for appointing multiple felon hillary to the position of secretary of state. we dont have leaders, we only have criminals.

  2. “” President Obama is now faced with doing what he promised to begin with…. or sell all of us, black and white America to lucifer for personal gain. What will it be Mr. President? “”

    According to the shockingly honest 1976 Harold Rosenthal interview by walter white —

    ……………… {{{ Money Trumps Morality }}} …………………. the most likely answer to the above question .

    Here is a link to that interview for which the jew Rosenthal was assassinated ( it is evidentially believed ) —

    http://www.antichristconspiracy.com/HTML%20Pages/Harold_Wallace_Rosenthal_Interview_1976.htm

  3. Obama will say that the relations between USA and Israel are stronger than ever, that they are the best friends in the whole world, and that their relations is above politics.
    Then he will continue to send financial aid and weapons so Israel can kill some more children without spending their own beloved money.
    Meanwhile, countries that never harmed the USA in any way, nor posed a threat to anyone, like Venezuela, will be considered rogue states, and get no aid, only crippling sanctions.

    • “” Obama will say that the relations between USA and Israel ….. is above politics.””

      Precisely . Blood is thicker than water . Close jewish tribal blood ties are stronger and more durable than watery emotions of humanitarian empathy//sympathy for distantly related others .

      Talmudic zionist jews control the USA and much of the rest of the world .

      Obama and many other powerful and influential americans have jewish lineage . Paternal jewish blood ties exist de facto regardless of official jewish nonrecognition of them . Some jew rabbis vouch for Obama’s jewish lineage .

  4. With all due deference, Obama cannot “wash his hands,” nor the US its hands; while continuing to arm and fund Israel. That would hand Israel’s leaders the keys to the White House, as well as to Congress.

    • Obama has probably already thought about handing over the keys .

      Most of the goyim are a day late and a dollar short in this endgame zionist jew agenda .

  5. This practically guarantees a broader conflict in Ukr so the jews can have a new homeland. Sickening.

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