I think that at the end of the day, one of the main reasons why we never saw this embassy move go forward (Congress originally proposed the plan back in the mid 90’s) is because even the most dense of Goyim understand on some level that the actual claim of modern Jews to Israel is tenuous at best.
Hell, I have an inclination to think that even George W. Bush, who holds a religious belief (heretical) that all of this groveling is supposed to trigger the Apocalypse, thought as President that the idea that some group of parasitical Mongoloids could lay claim to something from the Bronze Age was utterly absurd (he always signed the six month wavers).
The argument was always that such a declaration would trigger widespread violence, but I do believe that other factors came into play – I guess an equivalent of the Jew claim would be a random Anglo-Saxon going to Egypt to declare that he was a direct descendant of King Tut (studies show he may have had R1b DNA), and that all must gather to worship him as the incarnation of the Sun God on Earth.
Well, now everything has been turned on its head, and violence looks likely – great job, Donald.
Arabs and Muslims across the Middle East on Wednesday condemned the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital as an incendiary move in a volatile region and Palestinians said Washington was abandoning its leading role as a peace mediator.
The European Union and United Nations also voiced alarm at U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and its repercussions for any chances of reviving Israeli-Palestinian peacemaking.
Major U.S. allies came out against Trump’s reversal of decades of U.S. and broad international policy on Jerusalem.
France rejected the “unilateral” decision while appealing for calm in the region. Britain said the move would not help peace efforts and Jerusalem should ultimately be shared by Israel and a future Palestinian state. Germany said Jerusalem’s status could only be resolved on the basis of a two-state solution.
Israel, by contrast, applauded Trump’s move. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a pre-recorded video message that it was “an important step towards peace” and it was “our goal from Israel’s first day”.
He added that any peace accord with the Palestinians would have to include Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and he urged other countries to follow Trump’s example.
This is why peace with Jews will never work no matter how many treaties and accords get signed – they have their demands, they refuse to negotiate, they continue with aggressive foreign moves in the Middle East, and they have a religious obligation to lie in order to protect their racial/ethnic interests.
Poor Jimmy Carter and his naive belief that he could stop the bloodshed by honorable discussion.
Trump upended decades of U.S. policy in defiance of warnings from around the world that the gesture risks aggravating conflict in the tinderbox Middle East.
The status of Jerusalem is home to sites holy to the Muslim, Jewish and Christian faiths. Its eastern sector was captured by Israel in a 1967 war and annexed in a move not recognized internationally. Palestinians claim East Jerusalem for the capital of an independent state they seek.
Israel deems Jerusalem its eternal and indivisible capital dating to antiquity, and its status is one of the thorniest barriers to a lasting Israeli-Palestinian peace.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, in a pre-recorded speech, said Jerusalem was the “eternal capital of the State of Palestine” and that Trump’s move was “tantamount to the United States abdicating its role as a peace mediator.”
The last round of U.S.-brokered talks foundered in 2014 over issues including Israeli settlement expansion in the occupied West Bank and Israeli accusations of Palestinian incitement to violence and refusal to recognize it as a Jewish state.
The Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, which has dominated Gaza since soon after Israel ended a 38-year occupation in 2005, said Trump had committed a “flagrant aggression against the Palestinian people”. Hamas urged Arabs and Muslims to “undermine U.S. interests in the region” and to “shun Israel”.
Protests broke out in parts of Jordan’s capital Amman inhabited by Palestinian refugees, with youths chanting anti-American slogans. In the Baqaa refugee camp on Amman’s outskirts, hundreds roamed the streets denouncing Trump and urging Jordan to scrap its 1994 peace treaty with Israel. “Down with America…America is the mother of terror,” they chanted.
Angry Palestinians switched off Christmas lights at Jesus’ traditional birthplace in the West Bank town of Bethlehem and in Ramallah. A tree adorned with lights outside Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity, where Christians believe Jesus was born, and another in Ramallah, next to the grave of Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, were plunged into darkness.
All Palestinian factions called for a general strike and protest rallies at midday on Thursday.
My whole deal is that I usually don’t care all that much what other equally-cucked governments and Moslems think of America and business conducted here in America, but in this instance I’m definitely understanding where they’re all coming from.
Donald Trump may very well have just triggered the Third Intifada, and I can assure any of those still pathetically clinging to the Train that American blood and American treasure will be going to support the Jews if and when conflict breaks out in the region.
The powerful Palestinian Islamist group Hamas called on Thursday for a new uprising against Israel after U.S. President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.
“We should call for and we should work on launching an intifada in the face of the Zionist enemy,” Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said in a speech in Gaza.
Haniyeh, elected the group’s overall leader in May, urged Palestinians, Muslims and Arabs to hold rallies against the U.S decision on Friday, calling it a “day of rage”.
“Let December 8 be the first day of the Intifada against the occupier,” he said.
Israel and the United States consider Hamas, which has fought three wars with Israel since 2007, a terrorist organization. It does not recognize Israel’s right to exist and its suicide bombings helped spearhead the last intifada, from 2000 to 2005.
“We have given instruction to all Hamas members and to all its wings to be fully ready for any new instructions or orders that may be given to confront this strategic danger that threatens Jerusalem and threatens Palestine,” said Haniyeh.
“United Jerusalem is Arab and Muslim, and it is the capital of the state of Palestine, all of Palestine,” he said, referring to territory including Israel as well as the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip and the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
In a perfect world, Jerusalem would be European and Christian, as that was the situation going back to the days of the Roman Empire, but if we’re talking about the reality on the ground, Hamas has logic on its side.
The Jews are interlopers, subversives, and invaders in the area, and to give them any further legitimacy is foolish to say the least.
We voted to remove ourselves from the Middle East – not to sit back and throw our support behind more war and more instability thanks to a terrorist state that, due to the genetics of its people, cannot live in peace.