MK Steinitz–‘There’s no one for Israel to negotiate with’


Likud Minister says PA chief Mahmoud Abbas ‘too extreme’ to ever reach agreement with Israel.

Ed note–the ‘no partner’ schtick has been around  for a loooooong, long time…This is the automatic, autonomic, reflexive black magic that the Jewish state belches out regularly in the interests of dominating the narrative and ensuring that she as the thieving, rapacious victimizer is always able to paint herself as the innocent, pure-as-the-wind-driven-snow victim who would just LOVE to secure a peace deal with the Palestinian people she has butchered and brutalized now for half a century, if only a suitable ‘partner’ could be found.

What makes this latest burp different however is that Netanyahu and Likud know that a change of political weather is coming with the new Trump administration. They knew it a year ago, which is why so much effort was expended and so much noise generated in trying to deep-six his chances at the presidency. Rome, now being governed by a new Caesar more accustomed to giving orders than taking them and willing to invest in risky ventures if the return is sufficient, is serious about extracting the Empire from the death spiral in which it finds itself vis a vis the Israeli/Palestinian situation, and the Jews know it.

Depending on what transpires in the very near future vis a vis the speed with which Trump puts together this peace deal and the level of support and cooperation he receives from the Palestinians, look for Israel to engage in her usual theatrics of blowing something up–including the Presidential limousine with Trump riding in it–in order to back-burner this latest development.

Israel National News

Israel is interested in pursuing bilateral negotiations for the resolution of the Israeli-Arab conflict, National Infrastructure Minister Yuval Steinitz (Likud) said Monday morning, but has no partner in the Palestinian Authority willing and able to make peace.

Steinitz made the comments on Israel Radio just ahead of the arrival of special White House envoy Jason Greenblatt, who is slated to land in Israel Monday for talks with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority chief Mahmoud Abbas. Minister Steinitz slammed the PA leader, arguing his extremist positions made negotiations between the PA and Israel impossible.

“Israel is just telling the truth about Abu Mazen’s [Mahmoud Abbas] extreme positions, which negate the existence of [Israel] as a Jewish state.”

On Friday, President Trump spoke with Abbas over the phone, and invited him for a meeting in the White House. In February, Trump met with Prime Minister Netanyahu, their first get-together since the November election.

  1. #1 by apunked on 03/13/2017 - 5:36 pm

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  2. #2 by James Benn on 03/13/2017 - 5:54 pm

    Well, in the strictest sense, Minister Yuval Steinitz is perfectly correct. PA chief Mahmoud Abbas is far too extreme to ever reach agreement with Israel. In fact, the entire world is far too extreme to ever reach agreement with Israel. No one reaches agreement with Israel. Why? Because Israel don’t have to reach agreement with no one! …

    “We are obliged to conceal our own particular character and mode of life so that we will be allowed to continue our existence as a parasite among the nations. Our success in this line has gone so far that many believe that the Jews among them are genuine Frenchmen, or Englishmen, or Italians, or Germans who just happen to belong to a religious denomination which is different from that prevailing in these countries. Especially in circles concerned with government, where the officials have only a minimum of historical sense, we are able to impose our infamous deception with comparative ease. Therefore, there is never the slightest suspicion that we Jews form a distinct nation and are not merely the adherents of a ‘confession.’ Though one glance at the press which we control ought to furnish sufficient evidence to the contrary, even for those who possess only the smallest degree of intelligence.” –Harold Wallace Rosenthal, administrative assistant to Senator Jacob K Javits of New York, from an interview conducted by Walter White, Jr in 1976.

    Yes indeedy doody, Harry spelt it out loud and clear. Echoing of course the words bespoke in the Popsicles of Ziax published, when was it, oh way back in 1903. You know, that well known ‘forgery’ … ‘purporting to describe a Jewish plan for global domination’ (Wikipedia)? … Yeah, that one.

    ‘Never give a sucker an even break’! Ain’t that the truth. When you got ‘em by the short ‘n curlies, you could be forgiven for feeling, well, just a tad arrogant. Well, perhaps even a tiny bit over-confident. Sadly for Hazza, he was killed in an alleged sky-jacking attempt on an Israeli airliner in Istanbul, Turkey, August 12, 1976. Age 29.

  3. #3 by PJ London on 03/13/2017 - 11:13 pm

    State : ‘a politically unified people occupying a definite territory; nation.’
    As Israel does not have ‘definite borders’ and cannot in any way, or at any time defined as ‘unified’, therefore it fails to be a ‘State’.
    How can one recognise a entity that by definition cannot exist.
    Once Israel recognises the borders as internationally agreed in 1948, and has a population which is unified rather than displaced, abused and oppressed, then and only then can anyone recognise Israel as a “State”.

  4. #4 by spring62 on 03/14/2017 - 8:51 am

    Jews and Peace?
    Don’t make me….cry!
    For the 60 long years this little nation has given the world nothing but the trouble. No wonder why the UK established Israel in the “Middle” East, surrounded by Muslims. They thought the world problem would be solved in a matter of time. Mistake.

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