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Irony - The More Things Seem to Change- the More They Seem the Same

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 31, 2021 at 20:01

Here we are, and what has changed in these United States after over ten years of these speculations of politically polarizing against Israel: what has anyone learned. Three American Administrations later, the Middle East's only significant change is Israel's capital is now recognized as Jerusalem; the President Trump administration adhered to American legislation and recognized Jerusalem, moving the embassy to underscore such recognition. Otherwise, the issues started by the administration prior to President Trump's actions are back on track to impose international rule (not real law) to force non-Jewish ambitions on the nation of Israel in violation of every admonition to allow Israel peace in their own land.
In spite of the interruption between former VP Biden's previous administrative duties and the current endeavor to disrupt the Middle East, giving the Iranian Islamic Regime's carte blanche to develop the path to the war that is in the immediate horizon. Religious imperatives notwithstanding, such an inevitability cannot be ignored, except at the hazard of repeating history's multiplicities of mistakes.

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