A few years ago, had a time traveler from 2018 come into my house and described the current state of Donald Trump’s Presidency, I would have dismissed everything as some sort of crappy WN fan fiction.
I mean, the cliches, the caricatures, and the sickening sycophancy towards the Jews – it would’ve honestly sounded to me like John Hagee somehow reached the White House.
Well, in this timeline he didn’t become President, but he is a guest of honor in Jerusalem as I type this…
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu welcomed the official U.S. delegation to Jerusalem Sunday evening, on the day before the transfer of the American embassy to Israel’s capital.
“Our people will be eternally grateful for [President Trump’s] decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and to move the American Embassy there tomorrow,” Netanyahu declared.
“Tomorrow will be an historic day for our people and for our state.”
The Arabs are supposed to launch a chimp-out to end all chimp-outs, although I’m not exactly sure how primitive Zerg rushes are going to bring the Jew state to its knees – I wish them the best of luck, of course, but I am for the moment skeptical that anything other than dead innocent Palestinians will come of this tactic.
Iran at least has the right idea, although I’m a bit disappointed at the lack of initiative shown in recent days.
Netanyahu delivered his remarks at an official reception at Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs before an audience of American and Israeli guests.
Among those in the audience were Israeli opposition leader Isaac Herzog; Christians United for Israel founder John Hagee, American lawyer Alan Dershowitz; new Republican National Committee finance chairman Todd Ricketts; Senators Lindsay Graham (R-SC), Ted Cruz (R-SC), Dean Heller (R-NV), and Mike Lee (R-UT); Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), American Jewish Committee chair David Harris; Guatemalan Minister of Foreign Affairs Sandra Jovel Polanco; Zionist Organization of America president Morton Klein; former Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Oren; Republican donors Sheldon and Dr. Mirian Adelson; former Israeli Ambassador to the UN Dore Gold; U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman; Israeli Ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer; and many others.
Anybody remember the “most wanted” deck of cards ZOG issued after they invaded Iraq back in 2003?
I think that someday, if I’m ever in a position of power, a similar deck will be issued – with serious cash prizes for those who manage to hunt down and present listed persons for justice.
Netanyahu welcomed President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem and transfer the embassy there: “It’s been the capital of the Jewish people for the last 3,000 years. It’s been the capital of our state for 70 years. And it will be our capital for all time,” he said.
Much confidence there, Bibi.
Just be careful of the whole hubris thing – it has a way of getting you chopped down to size before you can blink twice.
He also thanked Guatemalan foreign minister Polanco for her country’s decision to open its embassy in Jerusalem two days after the U.S. And he thanked the President of Paraguay, who is expected in Jerusalem later this month to open his country’s embassy as well.
“I call on all countries to join the US in moving their embassies to Jerusalem… because it’s the right thing to do… because it advances peace!” he exclaimed.
“Under any peace agreement you could possibly imagine, Jerusalem will remain Israel’s capital.
Again with the hubris, Benji Boy – on top of yet another dirty Jewish lying stunt.
Now, I don’t even particularly care about what you’ve got to say, but I am interested in letting everybody know that this here is the result of major-league electoral politics in the current United States of America.
You elect a man to stop foreign wars and to seal the borders, and instead you get a bastardized form of proskynesis (word of the day) given to the Killers of Christ.
All while borders remain open and war looms on the horizon.