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China makes the Dispora Split from Israel less relevant to the well being of Israel

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Submitted by Robert (United States), Sep 15, 2019 at 21:12

You've written another informative article about Israel and the Middle East.

As China's interests in its investments in Israel rise, China may initially neutralized the Democratic American Jews interests in the Two-State Solution of the Palestinians. The so-called "loyalty" of Jews to other Jews (those in Israel) is a matter of Philo-Semitism, not Anti-Semitism. President Donald Trump is a Philo-Semite who cares more about Israel than Conservative and Liberal Jews do.

From all that it follows (with hidden premise) that it was the United States under President Barack Obama that American Jews displayed their betrayal of Israel by supporting the Iran Deal. Israel's turning toward China is now a National Interest of Israel in which the Israelis should remember, or may remember, that they were betrayed under the Obama Administration with Kelly as Obama's instrument in the UN.

If Trump loses the election either (Brotherhood) Hamas, or the Aging and Corrupt Abbas of Fatah and the PLO will press for another failed Muslim Arab state, and China may emerge as Strategic natural partner or ally of Israel. It already has ownership of the Haifa port. And it may be that China will balance itself against Russia in Syria and Iran in Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon.

In other words, China is more of a threat to the United States than it is to Israel. And for this we have to blame the Democrats and especially the Conservative and Liberal Jews, as opposed to the Orthodox and Hasidic Jews. In other words, we can say that the Split is between the Democrats and Republicans because the support today for Israel is also on American political party lines. As it turns out it is Trump and the Republican party which can save Israel from the economic and political clutches of the Chinese.

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Title Commenter Date Thread
The China-Globalist alliance [39 words]Michael SOct 29, 2019 11:56255716
Indian. [31 words]AlbertE.Sep 18, 2019 22:12254722
1China makes the Dispora Split from Israel less relevant to the well being of Israel [299 words]RobertSep 15, 2019 21:12254531
1the lesser of two evils [33 words]Charles MartelSep 13, 2019 21:18254425
"energy and ideology" [118 words]
w/response from Daniel Pipes
Peter ChewSep 12, 2019 16:02254362
1Israel may have to befriend this tiger [179 words]DaveSep 10, 2019 20:25254243

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