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French Flop - Israel Wins with British "Balfour Declaration" Support

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Submitted by Robert (United States), Jan 19, 2017 at 10:04

Victory manifests itself through real events in the world, not always through War which, as a famous notable once said is merely Diplomacy through Other Means.

The Confab in Paris France with 70 or so Countries in attendance accomplished the Opposite of that which was intended by Abbas and Hollande: instead of a united front in support of stopping Israeli Settlement construction, the United Kingdom, as well as Australia, broke rank and refused to sign the Declaration. This is extremely significant for several reasons. Great Britain, as everyone knows, is the Mandatory power which substantially brought the Jewish State of Israel into being. So instead of opposing Israel on Settlement building outside of its post 1967 Boundaries, we have the European Union Brexit country NOT taking the stand against such activity.

"Britain again breaks ranks with Europe — this time over Israel," By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA, 01/19/2017
"The Paris peace conference saw Great Britain break ranks with the countries that attended in a move that pleased Israel and perhaps the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump."

That, I think, is one step on the path to Israel's Victory.

Next I think will be the moving of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, followed by more Settlement construction - minimum compensation for the recent Palestinian Terrorist Murder of Israeli Jews by the "Truck Intifada."

The part of Israel's Victory that's a bit further down the road is confronting Hezbollah of Lebanon with its 100,000 Missiles on the other side of the Golan Heights. I predict that Trump, Putin, and Netanyahu will come to an understanding that Hezbollah needs to be destroyed, and that Israel will finally do so. The unknown factor, of course, is Iran. But I think Trump will convince Putin that he doesn't need Iran's approval.

Victory will come only when Israel becomes Proactive. It must create a Natural Homeland for Palestinian Refugees in at least Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, etc. But the way to do that is to cause the Arab and Muslim "Deck of Cards" House to Collapse. What better way is there than to move the USA Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem? That wouldn't be "changing America's international rules" since it is American Law (passed by Congress) that Jerusalem belongs to Israel.

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