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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Kerry admits Netanyahu said he'd be building in places that don't affect 'peace map,' but lacks integrity to back Netanyahu

US Secretary of State John Kerry admitted that Prime Minister Netanyahu was completely up front with himself and with 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen regarding Netanyahu's building plans.
"Prime Minister Netanyahu was completely upfront with me and with President Abbas that he would be announcing some additional building that would take place in places that will not affect the peace map, that will not have any impact on the capacity to have a peace agreement," Kerry said. 
"That means that it is building within the so-called blocs in areas that many people make a presumption – obviously not some Palestinians or others – will be part of Israel in the future," Kerry added. "He has specifically agreed not to disturb what might be the potential for peace going forward."
But John Kerry lacks the integrity to look Abu Mazen in the eye and tell him that no, he is not going to be the recipient of every last inch of land lost by Jordan and Egypt during their attack on Israel in 1967. For all of the appeasing he and his mealy-mouthed boss have done in the Arab-Muslim world, they still cannot ask for anything in return. And so, Kerry continues to condemn what he knows does not deserve condemnation.
Kerry made clear that settlements at any time, and not just during the peace process, were considered illegitimate by the United States.
"There are realities within life in Israel that also have to be taken into account here going forward," Kerry said. "President Abbas understood that coming into these talks."
And that opens the door for the 'Palestinians' to be righteously indignant.
The chief negotiator for the Palestinians Saeb Erekat voiced surprise when the Israeli settlements were announced.
"If the Israeli government believes that every week they're going to cross a red line by settlement activity ... what they're advertising is the unsustainability of the negotiations," chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat said on Sunday.
And it opens the door for them to threaten.
Peace talks set to resume in Jerusalem on Wednesday could "collapse" as a result of Israel advancing plans to build in settlements, AFP quoted Senior Palestinian official Yasser Abed Rabbo as saying on Tuesday.
"Settlement expansion goes against the US administration's pledges and threatens to cause the negotiations' collapse," Abed-Rabbo told AFP.
"This settlement expansion is unprecedented," AFP quoted Abed Rabbo as saying. "It threatens to make talks fail even before they've started."
Like all the previous 'negotiations,' these 'negotiations' are going nowhere because the 'Palestinians' don't understand the meaning of the word 'compromise.' The 'negotiations' will continue until all 104 'Palestinian' terrorists are released (6-8 months) and then they will break up and either Israel will be blamed or the assignment of blame will be unclear. Even Bill Clinton - the biggest prevaricator this side of Obama - had the integrity to tell Yasser Arafat that Arafat and the 'Palestinians' were responsible for the collapse of the 'peace process.'

What could go wrong? 

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