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Paparock 12-29-2016 01:08 AM

When The US Embassy Moves To Jerusalem
When The US Embassy Moves To Jerusalem
Word has it that if soon-president Trump does indeed shift the embassy from Tel Aviv to [OMG!] Jerusalem, all heck will break loose.

Word has it that if soon-president Trump does indeed shift the embassy from Tel Aviv to [OMG!] Jerusalem, all heck will break loose:

All Arab states would force the US to withdraw all current ambassadors;
All agreements heretofore agreed upon by the Arabs/Fakestinians and the state of Israel would be abrogated unilaterally;
The Arabs would erupt into Ferguson-like craziness, fomented by the reliably ugly fulminations of the clerics or imams or whoever has the parchment for preachment;
Relations between the Arab states and the US would be less holy; relations between the renounced Israeli state (following the US embassy move) would go from brrrisk to deep Celsius -273, colder than your annual legally mandated get-together with your ex-;
Rescission of the recognition of Israel as a state [as if];
Further BDS, presumably
In my analysis, these "threats" are toothless – more trial balloons than actionable policy recommendations to ignite the street shebab to think about hysterics ŕ la Ferguson and analogous American cities currently under Democrat mayoral misconduct.

The so-called "recognition of Israel" is a long-running joke, as there is never a time when they can articulate this recognition without going into DEFCON 5 choking and gagging.

And as for rescinding all agreements with Israel, name one that has been observed without weekly incursions and defalcations of terms, rains of missiles, abuse in their local media, antipathies on their radio and TV – i.e., they are all fictional, save for the Egyptian cold peace and the Jordanian stasis.

Moving the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem would indicate a real veering of the U.S. toward Israel in the face of the still bloody gash in the back delivered with antiseptic gloves and grim smiles by the soon to be ex-president and self-described “genocide chick” Samantha Power along with the dandy Kerry.

The other pacts are observed only by in practical terms, what can we say would be altered?

The ambassadors having to go home from the U.S. embassies and outposts would still be paid, could carouse better in D.C., and the locals would be scorched for exit visas to the U.S. with no one there to guard the store.

I was not in favor of riling the natives before the Security Council backstabbing occurred this past week. But now that the lame squatter in the W.H. has indicated his maximal disdain for Bibi and all things Israeli, why not a riposte to his unprecedented viciousness to the greatest U.S. ally?

It seems a jolly idea, in fact. Keep the Fakestinians in hysterical malaise and frothing impotence – a great notion. The more they congregate on the protest floor, the less they propagate. N.B.: There are those who favor meaningful employ for such people, rather than clash action, throwing things, and burning buildings.

We all know there are no friends beyond the fingers of one hand for the democratic, feisty toothpick state. If so, why pay lip service to the corruptocrats and observe their niceties and furbelows? In the immortal phraseology of my great second cousin, Captain Ruben Rabinowitz, commander of a tank division in WWII and serving under the esteemed George S. Patton: "Screw 'em." We can't lose friends when we apparently have none to lose, correct?

Net-net, the scenario would include a mordant nosegay of fomented malcontents getting hauled off to the local pokeys or being sprayed with water cannons or rubber bullets in crowd control efforts. No great loss to the world. The grumbling would after a period stop, and the situation would normalize, much to the consternation of the disloyal opposition in the U.S., for whom nothing less than conflagration and destruction of their hated idols of egregiousness is acceptable.

As with the Chinese facts of the ground neo-isles of attack bases, the world would shrug to a point, and go on to condemn Israel. So what else is new?

WABA 12-30-2016 03:22 AM


From what I have heard from various sources, when the USA Embassy is moved from Tel Aviv, it will be moved to 'West' Jerusalem.

And apparently, although the USA Congress voted many years ago, that the USA Embassy should be moved to 'Jerusalem' there is a "6 month" Presidential sanctioned "delay" available, which all the former elected POTUS's ( including Bush and 'Barry' ) have used to stop the transfer of the USA Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Apparently the 'Arab' sharia Islamic dispora go berserk like the 'mad dogs' they are, and bluster and threaten 'death' to the West and her 'Ambassador's', which strikes bed wetting 'fear' in to the likes of, 'very soon' defunct POTUS 'Barry'.

I don't think these 'Arab' sharia Islamic nutcase's are going to 'frighten' POTUS Donald Trump.

Paparock 01-04-2017 05:48 PM

Sorry for the edit above as I ment to to post here not edit.

Paparock 01-04-2017 06:29 PM

Fatah threatens 'bloodshed' if Trump moves embassy
Fatah Threatens 'Bloodshed' If Trump Moves Embassy
Fatah follows Palestinian Authority lead, threatens 'return to bloodshed' if Trump goes through with promise to move US Embassy.

Following the lead of Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas, the Fatah leadership has announced their intention to start a new intifada if US President-elect Donald Trump follows through on his promise ( move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

According to MEMRI, Fatah Central Committee member Sultan Abu al-Einein said on Alghad TV, "I believe that any American act of stupidity will ignite the Palestinian territories... We must prepare for a confrontation with the new US administration, which has clearly and audaciously declared that Israel and its settlements are legitimate and legal."

He also blamed his threat on Israeli "arrogance" and "settlement activity," claiming both Israel and the US would "bear responsibility for the return of bloodshed in the Palestinian territories."

On Tuesday, Abbas warned of "serious consequence," ( and said the PA is currently "acting with patience and restraint" regarding Trump's policies on Israel.

Then "someone" should give Mahmoud Abbas a serious attitude adjustment (.30 caliber 175 grain frontal lobotomy). Now that is a "serious consequence" you Arab Terrorist! Anyone else want to threaten us step right up and take a ticket for your sure cure attitude adjustment! Next! Paparock :cool:

I think Trump needs to let Abbas and all Muslim Terrorists KNOW in no uncertain terms he is NO Obama and that he is carrying a BIG Stick that he is NOT afraid to use if they cross him. Perhaps Abbas would be a good example to make!

WABA 01-05-2017 02:46 AM


Originally Posted by Paparock (Post 149237)

Paprock, thanks for the great post above, this is the simple, honest, truth that we need to get across to the anti-emetic ignoramus's that " back ' the totally defunct " Two State" demands.

There are NO SUCH ETHNIC PEOPLE, as " Palestinian's " and there has never ever been a Country called " Palestine ".

And the most honest statement of all time for over 3000 years, is the fact that Jerusalem has been the only, and for ever, eternal Capital, of the Jewish people.

And to rub salt in to the wound's " Jerusalem " is never mentioned in the " Quran ".

Sniperace 01-22-2017 05:16 PM

I hope USA will move the embassy to Jerusalem, and furthermore that Israel will move every service for embassies to Jerusalem make every meeting for ambassadors to be in Jerusalem just to make it Hard for other embassies to be in Tel Aviv.

reardon 01-23-2017 11:52 PM

Will Donald Trump support the notion of moving the US embassy to Jerusalem (even to the WEST Jerusalem) is remain to be seen. The rhetoric may looked good during presidential campaign but after Trump eventually held office, that would means something different entirely, internal and external pressure are now real against the move. Trump being Donald Trump...well..anything can happen.

Aides to Netanyahu told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz over the weekend that that no announcement of a U.S. Embassy move was imminent, leaving questions about when a decision could be announced or if it might be a gradual process.

In December, Trump spokesman Jason Miller affirmed Trump’s commitment to moving the embassy, telling reporters on the phone that Trump made that promise “numerous” times during the campaign. Miller did not speculate on a timeline for a move or a site for the embassy.


At an October Trump rally in Israel, Trump’s nominee for the next U.S. ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, told ABC News that if State Department employees refuse to move the embassy, they would be fired.

The most recent ambassador to Israel, Dan Shapiro, a veteran policy adviser, has already packed up and vacated his office in Tel Aviv.



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