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Imperceptible Paradigm Shift in Middle East, Coming from the North

Reader comment on item: The US-Israel Honeymoon May Not Last

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 21, 2018 at 15:42

As the commotions of political intrigues and delusions of who would be the arbiter of a 'final peaceful solution' to the woes and miseries besetting the players in and around Israel and their own struggles for finding calm, it is singularly the most discomforting issue that come to mind when the reality is, none of the named players are really trying to find peace with Israel, save, for the moment, the United States of America. It is an intensely edgy situation, at best, especially considering Putin's new stance.
However, let us be plain; not all in President Trump's administration, especially those who are holdovers from the previous administration's attempts to hang Israel out to dry, are interested in seeing Israel succeed, even to the detriment of a misstep that calls for forcing concessions from Israel.

The terror of insider intrigue that seeks revenge upon the administration of President Trump for draining the swamp might very well use the Jerusalem proclamation as a means to force other political fallout in order to reverse the perceived damage that the leftist, secularist ideology that seeks America's demise, that they might very well use the issue of what to do about Israel as a tool for their goals. Anything that compromises President Trump will be seen as a win. The excruciating part is that there are subverted conservative viewpoints that are included in this.

The circumstances underlined in any form of concession, whether one or the other of Toameh's version of a sovereign 'Palestinian' entity may be entertained, the consequences of any that do not recognize Israel's supreme position in their own land are doomed, the immediate consequences of which are already taking shape. The appropriate Biblical citations have already begun taking on their fulfillments.


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