Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Israel continued to fail in it's peace talks. There was no other choice.

The USA media seems to think that Israel and Palestine should be engaging in peace talks. That would be nice, but, none exist and therefore other measures are necessary. I mean really now, the idea the USA can allow the genocide of Palestinians while blind to the truth means the USA media is hostile to peace between the two nations of people and genocide of Palestinians is appropriate. 

The USA media is nothing more than propaganda in regard to Israel and Palestine and may be contributing to the lack of peace initiative. 

The peace talks between the two nations of people lasted for two years. The USA media was too entrenched in ratings wars with Trump they never bothered to realize the real world was still spinning. My bad, Trump didn't announce until May 2015. 

Where was the peace talks coverage? Nowhere. The peace talks began in 2012 and ended with no resolution while Israel continued to march into Palestinian lands for the sake of settlements. Actions taken by Israel were proof any agreement would never be coming forth. It was another show of power by Israel and the talks were for their own propaganda reason.

See, a USA President is suppose to ceremoniously resolve a peace treaty. It is all propaganda that allows for settlements to continue. Just so long as their is the ceremony of a peace treaty all is suppose to be right with the world. Well, it isn't and President Obama wasn't about to sign a ceremonious agreement.

May 4, 2014
By Barak Ravid

The U.S. special envoy for peace talks, Martin Indyk, (click here) is considering resigning following the blowup of talks between Israel and the Palestinians, and in light of President Barack Obama’s intention to suspend American mediation, according to Israeli officials in Jerusalem who are close to the matter. The officials asked to remain anonymous due to the issue’s sensitivity.

The officials said Indyk had already informed the Brookings Institute – where he is vice president and director for foreign policy – that he might soon be returning to his post, from which he took a leave of absence nine months ago. Two senior officials at Brookings approached by Haaretz with questions on the matter each responded, “No comment.”

In Jerusalem, it is believed that Indyk is the senior American official – anonymously quoted in a report published Friday in the Hebrew daily Yedioth Ahronoth – mainly blaming Israel for the failure of the talks. According to the report, the senior official claimed that “the main damage to the peace talks comes from the settlements,” and that, during the talks, “Netanyahu did not move more than an inch.”...