John Kerry is at it again. After assuring that Iran not only gets the keys to a nuclear bomb, but billions of dollars to embolden their terrorist desires, Kerry has now set his sites on Jewish families living in the biblical heartland of Israel. In a closed door meeting with Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu railed against Israel’s “settlement policy” as the real reason for the stalement in “peace” talks.
It was said that John Kerry paid a token comment Arab terorism, yet pushed the idea that Israel is moving closer and closer to a bi-national state.
“Now, every single terrible act of violence, every new settlement announcement, takes us not closer to peace; they take us closer to a one-state solution,” he was quoted as having said. “That is no solution. It is an invitation to perpetual conflict. And as Shimon Peres himself said, it will bring one war, not one state. Make no mistake about it, I believe that is the risk if we continue on the current course.”
Of course the fear of a bi-national state is unfounded as the Arab population in Judea and Samaria continues to decrease and without including Gaza into the calculation, experts now say annexation of Judea and Samaria would leave Israel with a comfortable Jewish majority at 70/30.
Of course the fear mongering and faux peace plan pushing is just cover for old fashioned anti-semitism. Denying Jews the rights to own and live freely in any land is anti-semitism. How much more so is the impact of such disguised hate than in Judea and Samaria, the heart of the Jewish homeland.