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Deafening Pause as Israeli and American Politicking are Shifting

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 4, 2020 at 11:56

In the political arenas of both Israel and America, there is something in the wind that can only be described as being precarious and definitely problematic. All of the observations of the previous post are considered still valid, but there is a sense that a movement towards the perceived inevitable has not stopped completely, but there is anxiety in the waiting that cannot be quelled.
There is no mistaking that coincidence of both the Israeli PM and the president of the United States are under attack from internal sources of antagonistic forces, all anxious to depose the power status quo for varying reasons of jealousy towards the power they would wrest away for their own political purposes of weakening the existing governments and interposing contradictory ideologies that defy protecting the respective peoples from the impending tragedy that will befall them all.
It is a dark time; and it is getting darker.
The immediate concern is which will fall first. When will the pause be over and the storm on the horizon commence? It is postulated here that America will not be able to stop Israeli politics from their approach to the political precipice that awaits them; America will not be able to prevent the collapse on the world stages of multiple efforts to stabilize the issues regarding the pandemic that has everyone in near frantic protection mode; and as demonstrated, not everyone will keep their word when they say one thing and do the exact opposite. America cannot stop the collapse.
So we are waiting....waiting....waiting; pausing here to exhale.

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Title Commenter Date Thread
1Iran and Trump [42 words]Jon PurizhanskyJan 21, 2020 11:40257345
What's Next Will Not Be Long in Coming [431 words]M ToveyJan 29, 2020 15:15257345
Deafening Pause as Israeli and American Politicking are Shifting [259 words]M ToveyMar 4, 2020 11:56257345

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