For years as Secretary of State, John Kerry demonized, marginalized and blamed Israel for Islamic Jew-hatred and the failure of the “peace process.” He viciously attacked Jews living in the Jewish homeland. He did not address the failure by Muslim countries and the “Palestinians” to accept the Jewish state. Never did Kerry state that since the establishment of modern Israel, “Palestinians” had refused to recognize its right to exist. Never did Kerry state the the very reason for the existence of the “Palestinians” was the destruction of Israel.
His entire tenure as Secretary of State was characterized by repeated and vicious attacks on Israel and Jews living in the Jewish homeland. It was an extraordinary, terrible aspect to a a disastrous presidency. Kerry couldn’t help himself from deriding the only democracy in the Middle East while he stood by while millions were slaughtered in Syria.
Kerry excoriated Israel for the failure of the “two-state solution,” while it has been the only side that has repeatedly offered peace deals going so far as to offer Jerusalem. The Muslims responded with terror and more terror.
Now that President Trump is instituting sane and genuinely pro-Israel policies, Kerry is encouraging the jihad terrorist Abbas to hang on until the deep state traitors regain full power. It’s unconscionable.
“Kerry coaches Abbas: ‘Stay strong, Trump will soon be out of office,’” by Batya Jerenberg, World Israel News, January 24, 2018 (thanks to Patrick):
According to a report in Israel’s Maariv newspaper, John Kerry, secretary of state under former president Barak Obama, held a meeting with a confidante of Mahmoud Abbas named Hussein Agha, in which he encouraged the Palestinian leader to defy President Trump and his peace-making efforts in the region. Abbas, Kerry said, “should stay strong in his spirit and play for time.” Kerry warned Abbas “not [to] break” or “yield to President Trump’s demands.”
Kerry met in London with Agha, a long-time peace negotiator who has Abbas’ ear, and reportedly gave him tips on how to interact with the Americans. He asked that Abbas not attack the US in general or the Trump administration, but to focus on attacking Trump personally.
Kerry reportedly communicated this strategy because he believes that Trump is solely responsible for the almost total cessation of relations between the Palestinians and the Americans following the president’s declaration that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital.
The report said that Kerry hinted to Agha that many in the American establishment are dissatisfied with Trump’s actions and leadership. Kerry also reportedly communicated that he didn’t expect the president to remain in office for much longer. However, there were no specifics given as to how Kerry thought this would come about.
Ordinarily, the only reasons a president does not finish a term is due to incapacitation, resignation or impeachment by Congress. None of these scenarios is currently in the offing.
Kerry, who tried hard to restart the peace process in 2013-2014 with fruitless negotiations that collapsed after nine months, reportedly offered to help create an alternative peace plan to the one being developed by President Trump’s team of Jared Kushner and Jason Greenblatt, notwithstanding the fact that the current administration’s plan has yet to be revealed.
Kerry also suggested that the Palestinians put forward their own peace plan, and promised that if they did, he would push it with all his might to everyone he knew to garner support for it in the international arena….
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