Caroline Glick: The End of the ‘Peace Process’

Editor’s note: Below are the video and transcript to Caroline Glick’s address at the Freedom Center’s 2014 Texas Weekend. The event took place May 2nd-4th at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas.

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CAROLINE GLICK: It’s really great to be here in Texas. I already managed to buy cowboy boots for my son, so I’m pretty much set. (Applause.)

Anybody have any idea where we can get cowboy hats? I’d love to know. Then we’ll be done and can come back here when they’re 15.

But it is a pleasure to be here, and thank you.

And so now that I’ve gotten all the pleasantries and happiness in being in Texas out of the way, let’s talk about what’s really depressing.

It’s amazing. You know, the Peace Process fell apart over the past six weeks. (Applause.) I don’t know if you know that, but there’s no more Peace Process, and I know you’re all shocked by that because everybody was probably totally optimistic that for the first time in 90 years the Arabs, the Palestinian Arabs were going to say, We accept Israel’s right to exist. They’ve never done it before, but suddenly, because John Forbes Kerry is such a brilliant man and such a great negotiator and just leader in general, just all-time good guy, right? Is John [O’Neill here?]

Anyway, then everything would be great, right? And then it all failed.

Now, there’s a stunning interview that was published yesterday in (inaudible), which is Israel’s — one of Israel’s largest tabloids. It came out Friday. Friday papers in Israel are like the Sunday papers. And an unknown American official — and I am willing to put good money on saying that it was Martin Indyk — but he gave the most extraordinary interview to (inaudible), where he engaged in rank anti-Semitic diatribes against Israel in order to blame Israel for the failure of the Obama administration’s Peace Process.

And I actually just got this on email — sorry, Congressman Gohmert — while you were speaking. So it took — I had to read it, but I want to read it to you just for a second, just some quotes, which are extraordinary.

It said here, One bitter American official told (inaudible) — the reporter — I guess we need another intifada to create the circumstances that would allow progress. It says, We need another Palestinian terror war against Israelis, where Israeli men, women and children get slaughtered in order to create the circumstances that would allow the progress. A third intifada, the Americans made clear — quote — would be a tragedy — you can see them crying.

The Jewish people — here is the good part — the Jewish people are supposed to be smart. It is true that they’re also considered a stubborn nation. You’re supposed to know how to read the map. In the Twenty-First Century, the world will not keep tolerating the Israeli Occupation. The Occupation threatens Israel’s status in the world and threatens Israel as a Jewish state.

(Inaudible) went on, Pressed by (Inaudible), the reporter, on perceived international hypocrisy over Israel’s presence in the West Bank — And you have to understand, just for a second (Inaudible) is a radical leftist whose formative years were spent in the Communist Youth Movement in Israel, and, yet, here, he is pressing these American friends of his — on perceived international hypocrisy over Israel’s presence in the West Bank when the world — quote — closes its eyes to China’s takeover of Tibet, it stutters at what Russia is doing in Ukraine, et cetera.

The Americans were quoted as responding, Israel is not China. It was founded by a UN Resolution. Its prosperity depends on the way it is viewed by the international community.

The American who was speaking to (Inaudible) also said that the Palestinians will get their state whether Israel likes it or not, meaning [whether the state] is in a state of peace with Israel or in a state of war with Israel, it’s going to happen, and since Israel owes its own very survival to the good will of the UN, we can expect, then, that the United Nations will then abrogate Israel’s sovereignty somehow or another in some fashion.

Now, what’s amazing about all of the — aside from the fact that it just makes my fist clench up without me even, you know, realizing it — is that this is really sort of par for the course, because this interview with Israel’s leading reporter in Israel’s — one of its largest-circulation newspapers comes, of course, just a few days after John Kerry called Israel an apartheid state or that we will be an apartheid state.

And that itself, you have to understand, is an American embrace of an anti-Semitic meme that was created by the KGB in the 1960s, before the Six-Day War, by the way. The first time that the Soviets used it was at the UN Subcommittee Against Discrimination or something like that, in 1964. So this has been going on since well before there was any Israeli settlements beyond the 1949 Armistice Lines.

And this has been propagated over time. Everybody remembers the UN General Assembly Resolution 3379 from 1975 that referred to Zionism, the Jewish national liberation movement, as a form of racism.

As Daniel Pipes said last night in his introduction to Ambassador John Bolton, Bolton’s role in having that resolution cancelled in 1991 was really decisive in terms of that happening.

But the fact that the resolution itself was rejected or was cancelled in 1991 didn’t mean that the sentiment behind it in any way went into remission. That has, since 1975, been really the guiding principle around which the entire UN system revolves, which is to try to somehow or another act in a concerted fashion in order to remove the international legitimization that was given to the Jewish national movement and the Jewish national home in 1947 in the UN Partition Resolution of the General Assembly [when it won].

So this has continued to be really the central motivating factor of the UN system generally since 1975, despite the good efforts of the George H.W. Bush administration in the early 1990s.

But this is, then, what we’re seeing now is a violent response by the Obama administration directed against Israel for the failure of Kerry’s intention of forcing Israel to make all of the necessary concessions to the PLO within nine months, so that he could get his Nobel Peace Prize, just like his boss got.

And this really — What’s so interesting about this drive that has been very willing, and, in fact, almost automatically devolving into rank anti-Semitism, the demonization of Jews, is just how extraordinarily hysterical the response has been. Why are they so hysterical? Why are they behaving like this? What is happening?

And I think that I know two aspects to it, and they both go to the heart of the nature of the two-state solution that they all claim is the be-all and end-all of U.S. Middle East policy, and specifically of Israel’s right to exist, as far as the U.S. Government is concerned.

So the two-state solution, you must understand it, and I go through this in the first part of my book, is based on two things, really, religious faith and Jew hatred, and they’re intertwined, and I will explain why.

When you look at what just happened in the last couple of weeks, well, the Palestinians refused to negotiate with Israel, so that this Peace Process that has supposedly ongoing for nine months has actually not involved face-to-face negotiations between Israeli negotiators and PLO negotiators at all. What we’ve seen is Martin Indyk and his team coming in and having conversations, on the one hand, with Israel and having conversations, on the other side, with the Palestinians, and then sort of acting as the go-between, because the Palestinians refused to sit at a table with Israelis.

So there haven’t actually been negotiations going on that have failed. There have been meetings of Israelis with Americans, on the one hand, and Palestinians with Americans, on the other. That has been the Peace Process, such as it is, since Kerry announced it with great, you know, ceremony and excitement nine months ago. So it hasn’t been a peace process.

The other thing is that, from the outset, and not surprisingly, PLO chief, Mahmoud Abbas, who serves as the president of the Palestinian Authority, despite the fact that his term of office ended in January of 2009 and there hasn’t been an election since 2006, he said, and continuously said over and over and over again that he will never recognize Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state, ever.

So what are we talking about? Well, essentially, we’re talking about something other than peace, right? Because if the Palestinian leader, who’s supposed to be moderate, who’s supposed to be a man of peace says, Over my dead body will a Palestinian leader ever recognize the right of Israel to exist, then we’re not talking about peace. You can’t talk about peace if you’re leading to an agreement between one side that won’t recognize another side, but that the side that isn’t recognized is expected to give up its capital city to the guy who won’t recognize it. That’s not peace. It’s something else.

And, then, after he did that, and then the Americans came in and tried to figure out a way to kind of square that circle by maybe saying, Well, maybe we could change the drafting. Maybe we could change the structure of the sentence, so that you can say something like, We recognize that there are Jewish people in Israel or that Jewish people like Israel, and maybe that would be acceptable to the Israeli government.

The Palestinians said no, and they also said, And, by the way, we’re signing a unity deal with Hamas, which is recognized by the State Department as a foreign terrorist organization, and, therefore, anyone who comes into direct contact with them is actually committing a felony under U.S. law and the United States is required, by U.S. law, to end all support for the PLO, including all military support.

Did you guys, by the way, know that the U.S. has been building a Palestinian army since 2007? Just for knowing, as they say. That’s supposed to stop. You’re not supposed to be giving them $500 million in budgetary assistance either. That’s not supposed to be happening anymore, because it’s all a complete breach of U.S. law, not to mention the law of nations, because the UN Security Council passed a Chapter 7, a binding international resolution, 1379, after 9/11 that said that anybody that provides this kind of support for a terrorist organization has committed an act of war against the community of nations. So this is a requirement under U.S. law and under international law for the U.S. to cut off all relations with the PLO.

But, instead, what we see is this hysteria, this mass hysteria of Obama administration officials that, again, have been more than willing — Their default position has been to descend into the gutters of anti-Semitic rhetoric, to attack Israel, to delegitimize Israel and even to threaten its very existence with terrorism and with a removal of international legitimization for Israel’s very existence.

Now, why? So the two-state paradigm — the two-state solution that they have this faith in is so attractive to them because what it says is that the core of all the problems in the Middle East — of Jihad everywhere, of misogyny, of economic backwardness, of anti-Americanism, of anti-Westernism, of anti-Christianity — it’s all due to the absence of a Palestinian state west of the Jordan River on land that is (inaudible) the Jews control.

And if Israel would just get out of Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria, then we’d have no problem. Then it would be okay to negotiate with the Taliban in Afghanistan, and all of these green-on-blue shootings would end, because everybody would love America because they had gotten the Jews out of Jerusalem, and everything would be great.

Now, it’s a very attractive idea, for so many reasons, but the main one is that it blames the immediate victim of Islamofascism or Islamic [supremism], of Arab supremism and fascism for everything that they do against it and everything that they do against the world. It’s the Jews’ fault. It’s the Jews’ fault. Those greedy, money-grubbing, land-stealing Jews, right? They won’t leave Jerusalem, and that is why we have all of these problems in the world.

It is incredibly convenient, and therefore attractive, to blame Israel for everything. You don’t have to think about anything. You can pretend that terrorism has nothing to do with Islam. You can call the U.S. war on terrorism an overseas contingency operation and not turn into a laughing stock because it’s all the Jews’ fault. It’s all the Jews’ fault, and that, of course, makes sense.

Why has John Kerry been to Israel 12 or 13 times over the past 14 months, when the entire Middle East is blowing up, without any connection whatsoever to how many Jews live beyond the 1949 Armistice Lines? Because if that’s really the cause of everything, then what does he care that children are being annihilated and killed with chlorine gas in Syria? What does he care that Iran is building nuclear weapons? What does he care that Hezbollah is doubling its strength and going through massive military experiences or al-Qaeda members from Europe, from the United States, and, of course, throughout the Islamic world who are all converging on Syria in order to go through their — whatever the Islamic version of baptism of fire would be?

It’s not important. It’s irrelevant, because if Israel is to blame for everything, then the only thing that you should be focusing your attention on is Israel. You should be, as he is, trying to actively subvert the political standing in Israel of the elected government of this democracy, and you should be threatening the Israeli people with economic isolation and with murder, at the hands, by the way, of the same military forces that U.S. military trainers have been training since 2007, and ignoring everything else, because Israel is the only thing that’s important.

Now, that kind of blame-the-Jew mentality gets wrapped into an overall faith, right? This is completely irrational. This has been a position that the British took before the United States did back — beginning in the 1920s and moving on until the British moved out of the promised land in 1948 and made room for Israel to establish its independent state in accordance with the law of nations, not in accordance with the UN non-binding General Assembly Resolution that became null and void the minute that every Arab state rejected it in 1947.

But I digress. The point is that the reason why the two-state formula has been working as the — Has been comprising the basis of international thinking about the Arab conflict with Israel is because it is so attractive to blame the victim, especially when the victim happens to be Jews. [Hey], they’ve been doing it for over 2,000 years. It’s a default position for millions and millions of people all over the world that’s popular, and it is faith based.

Why is it faith based? Because it’s not reason based. Because it has absolutely no basis whatsoever in anything resembling facts. It has nothing to do whatsoever in anything representing rationality or logic. And so it has to be faith. You rule out every logical, every rational category of thought, and all you are left with is faith.

And so when somebody’s messiah fails him, does he recognize this and move on to another religion? No, he strikes out at the source of what he perceives to be that failure. This is supposed to be a panacea. A panacea is a miracle. It’s something divine. This is supposed to solve everything, and these Jews, they won’t stop building. They won’t stop recognizing one another’s property rights. They won’t stop giving due process to people.

So we’re going to blame them and we’re going to threaten them with terrorism and with economic isolation and with international delegitimization, because they’re horrible. They’re terrible people. Look what they did. They just showed my messiah to be false. How dare they. I’m right. My faith is perfect faith, and, therefore, they must be the devil. And that’s how he’s behaving. That’s how all of these Americans are behaving now, and it is terribly frightening.

And the thing is that how have they maintained this over time, for 90 years? How, for the past 21 years, have they forced Israel to maintain faith with this thing that has caused the murder of over 1,000 Israeli civilians? Murder in the most heinous of ways, by suicide bombers, whose bomb belts are packed, not only with explosives, but with nails to cause maximal suffering to the victims. And who do they blow up? Families. Children. Jews.

It’s maintained through threats, like we see. You’re going to get whacked by terrorism. We’re all going to take our money out of Israel. Oh, and demography. By the way, if you don’t quit Judeo-Samarian Jerusalem tomorrow, well, the Arab womb is going to overwhelm you. They’re having 75 children per woman, you know? And within three minutes there’s going to be an Arab majority west of the Jordan River and you’re going to have to choose whether you want to be a bunch of racists or you’re going to give up your right to Jewish sovereignty over the Jewish homeland.

Then there’s also, You’re an occupying power, right? This land belongs to somebody else. You have no right to be here. Settlements, Jewish communities built beyond the 1949 Armistice Lines — And by the way, just for knowing, the Armistice Lines, what are they? Israel was invaded at the moment of its birth by five Arab military forces, unlawfully, in breach of the law of nations in the most obvious way.

The Armistice Lines are the lines to which the Israeli army, which was made of a bunch of peasants and Holocaust survivors, managed to push them back before the international community descended on Israel and said, Okay. Accept an armistice. That’s what the Armistice Lines were. There is no legal basis for these lines. It was just the lines to which we were able to beat back a foreign invasion of our national territory. Okay? That’s what they are. They’re completely arbitrary.

But they say, If you don’t give up all the land beyond these lines to people who won’t even recognize your right to exist, including your capital city that was built by King David and has been your capital city since then, you’re going to be overrun, and all of your democratic Jews, the only democrats in the entire Middle East, are going to have to decide whether you want to be racists or not. And since we know about the latent evil of Jews, we — meaning the United States Secretary of State and his entourage — can safely tell the Trilateral Commission that you will become an apartheid state, because we know you’re going to choose evil, right?

But you know what, it’s not true. Jews are having more children than Arabs. It’s a Jewish womb. Mine, you know, all of us who are having babies, that are the problem for the Arabs, not the other way around, because who would have thunk it, Jews know how to go forth and multiply. (Laughter.) And we are.

Isolation, they tell us. Isolation. You note that next year, according to the Israeli Ministry of Trade, Asia is going to outstrip the United States as Israel’s largest trading partner. Year on year, we’re getting five and 10 percent increases in our volume of trade with China, with India, with South Korea, with Japan. We’re not being isolated. We’re being shunned by, oh, who? Europe.

Now, what’s surprising about it is that they’re being supported by the United States, but [Boeing] is just setting up a new center in Be’er Sheva. Doesn’t sound like American industry really had heard that they’re supposed to be shunning Israel. And, by the way, neither have European firms, because, despite the fact that the epicenter of the economic war against Israel is in Europe, Britain keeps expanding its trade with Israel five percent a year. So go figure.

But we’re going to be isolated. They’re going to be mean to us. Well, that’s new, Europeans being mean to Jews.

And then fed by lies. The UN established Israel. So (inaudible) referred to it before, I just think it’s very important to get this out: No, it didn’t. No, it didn’t. The United Nations General Assembly did not establish Israel in 1947. It recognized standing international law, because in 1922, the League of Nations Mandate for Palestine gave sole sovereign rights to the land of Israel, including Israel within the 1949 Armistice Lines, unified Jerusalem, the entire West Bank of the Jordan River and the Gaza Strip to the Jews, and that assertion that the sovereign rights to the land belonged to the Jews alone was never abrogated or superseded. So the law actually says, no, it belongs to the Jews.

And then, of course, there are the national rights. And the international law determination of sovereign rights to the land of Israel that was made by the international powers in 1922 at the League of Nations was based upon a 3,000- or 4,000-year history of the Jewish people in the land of Israel that was widely recognized as the only nation in the world that had a sovereign claim to the land of Israel, so it was the basis of historical right that formed the basis of the international legal recognition of the sovereign rights of the Jewish people to the land of Israel.

And UN General Assembly Resolution [1981] that partitioned the land between a Jewish state and an Arab state was not a legal document. It was not legally binding, and it was cancelled immediately after it was passed when the Arabs rejected it and went to war against the Jewish state, so that it has no legal standing. It could never have formed the basis of anything because it’s not a legal document. It’s a UN General Assembly resolution. It does not have the force of international law, period.

But here is an American diplomat threatening Israel, that we are going to remove the international sanction, legal sanction that was given to the land of Israel to become a Jewish state or to the Jewish people to assert its sovereign rights over the land of Israel because Jews continue to build in Jerusalem and in Judea and in Samaria.

And we have people like Susan Rice and John Kerry and Obama saying that Jewish settlements beyond the 1949 Armistice Lines are illegitimate. Well, no, they’re not. I’m not a lawyer, but, apparently, I know the law a whole lot better than you do, because you’re just making this stuff up. You are just making this stuff up. None of the things that you are saying has anything to do with law. It only has to do with using legal terminology to defame innocent victims. And that’s what they’re doing.

You know, I wrote my book — My book basically is divided into three parts. The first part is the 90 years of failure of the two-state solution. Amazing. This is the bipartisan plan. You know, in a U.S. that is completely divided among Republicans and Democrats, everybody who’s [everybody] supports the two-state solution. Just ask. Everybody but everybody supports it. George H.W. Bush supported it. George W. Bush supported it. Clinton. Obama, of course. Nixon. Reagan. Ford. Carter. Everybody.

Why? Because it’s convenient, but it always failed, amazingly always failed. Truman supported it. Failed. Ike supported it. Failed. Everybody supports it. And it keeps on failing. I think the only one who didn’t support it was LBJ. God bless him (inaudible) from Texas. (Laughter.)

You know I was born here? I was. I was born in Houston Methodist Hospital. My true claim to fame.

But I think he was the only — Well, John F. Kennedy might have, too. And that’s it. Everybody else supported partition. Everybody else supported a weak Israel. Everybody else supported Israeli attempts to appease its Arab neighbors who don’t recognize its right to exist. So that’s part one.

And how this has dumbed down U.S. foreign policy, because if the centerpiece of your Middle East policy is this notion that everything will be solved if Israel coughs up its land to its sworn enemies, then how far are you going to get in actually understanding the region? Right? If you think that the most important aspect of the Middle East’s problems is that there’s no Arab state — additional — twenty-third Arab state west of the Jordan River, on land that’s currently controlled by the Jews, then how well are you going to understand Iraq? How hard are you going to try to understand Iran? How well are you going to understand Egypt? Not well at all, because your whole thinking is based on a total lie, and it’s based on something that is totally irrational. But if that’s the basis of your Middle East policymaking, then you’re necessarily going to discount the importance of everything else.

You can talk to the Taliban, and whether you’re Condoleezza Rice or Susan Rice — because it really doesn’t matter what they think, cause at the end of the day, you push the Jews around enough they’ll cough up Jerusalem and everything will be fine. Doesn’t — You know, the Taliban are insignificant. They’re unimportant. They’re objects. They’re not actors. They’re not responsible. They have no moral agency.

The second part of the book, I say, Okay. Enough. So now that we’ve described the failure, let’s talk about what can we do, how do we get off this train?

And the answer is the Israeli solution. You know what, when you look at the situation objectively, you realize that there’s only one thing that works in the Middle East today. There’s only one little engine that not only could, but is puffing along, doesn’t matter how steep the train is, we can just go up those Alps.

Why? Because we work really, really hard, and that’s Israel. That’s the only thing that’s working in the Middle East today. Look at anything. Close your eyes and put a finger on the Middle East and wherever you land, like pin the tail on the donkey, it’ll be a mess, unless your finger happens to land in that smidgen of land called Israel that’s so tiny that its name on world maps is written in the Mediterranean Sea. That’s the only thing that’s working.

So you want to make it not work? You want to go ahead and say, Okay. Israel, give up your ability to defend yourselves? Shrink yourself into indefensible borders that no one, but no one could defend in world history, and then place on your border, not just the PLO and Hamas, but all of the millions of foreign Arabs who today live in al-Qaeda- and Hamas- and Iranian- and Hezbollah-controlled refugee camps in such holiday spots as Lebanon and Syria, and deal with it, and it’ll be great.

Oh, no it won’t. You’ll be overrun before my oldest kid gets bar mitzvahed. Do that. That’s a great idea. We’re your best friends. You can trust us.

If you want to get away from that, how do you do it? What do you do? [We say], no, instead of shrinking into indefensible borders, expand them. Expand them. You know what, forget about this nonsense with the Occupation. Let’s base U.S. policy on law. Let’s base U.S. policy on rights, and let’s base — what a concept — U.S. policy on strategic rationality.

And let’s stand with our allies and against our enemies and say to Israel, You know what, forget it. We want more Israel. Apply your rights. Apply your sovereignty. You have them, [to] Judea and Samaria. That’s it. That’s it. We’re going to forget about this whole Palestinian statehood thing, because we recognize the fact that they don’t want a state. They want to destroy Israel.

Now, what would happen? Well, Israel would do with Judea and Samaria exactly what it did with Jerusalem and with Golan Heights in 1967 and in 1981 respectively, give permanent residency status, which means full civil and legal rights to the non-Jewish residents of the area, the same as the Jews have. And they’ll have the right to apply for Israeli citizenship, and if they abide by the criteria, including loyalty to Israel and rejection of terrorism, non-membership in terrorist organization, non-involvement in anti-Semitic incitement and solicitation of murder, they’ll get it. No problem.

You know why? Because there is a Jewish majority — guess what — a very solid and growing Jewish majority west of the Jordan River, not including Gaza. We left Gaza in 2005. Although, with Gaza, we’re still the majority, but no reason to include it. We’re gone. Let them be an independent state of Palestine if they want. Let them be part of Egypt if they want. Whatever they want. Not part of Israel.

So we’re talking about Judea and Samaria. We’re talking about the West Bank. Apply Israeli sovereignty to those areas. For the first time, the Palestinians will have — will be the only Arabs in the world that have full civil rights, whose legal rights are protected by a rule of law, whose human rights are respected by the rule of law, whose civil rights are respected by the rule of law, because Israel is the only country that is not ruled by the rule of the jungle.

You know, in my book, Part 3 talks about how other international actors — the Palestinians, the Arab neighbors of Israel, the European Union — are likely to respond to an Israeli move to apply its law to Judea and Samaria. And my conclusion is that the party that is likely to have the most negative response to it is not the Arabs. It’s the Europeans, because their whole unified foreign policy is really just based on hostility to Israel. They don’t have anything other than that, so that if Israel were to apply its laws to Judea and Samaria then they would react in a very foul manner.

But, unfortunately, when I look at these statements by Kerry and by an unnamed U.S. official, I’m coming more and more to the conclusion that the Obama administration may actually respond with greater hysteria than Catherine Ashton, the EU’s foreign policy chief, who is, you know, unapologetically anti-Semitic. Lady Ashton.

And, you know, people say, Well, how can this work, Caroline? And what I say is my book, I think, is step one in a multiyear campaign that, first and foremost, has to involve getting out the facts, getting out the facts to the American people and even getting out the facts to the Israeli people, although we don’t need them as much, cause we get it.

But, you know, let’s talk about who the land actually belongs to under international law. Let’s have a discussion about occupation. Let’s talk about the fact that this is a lie and this is a malicious slander of Israel to claim that we are somehow or another illegally occupying land that belongs to us by sovereign right under international law, not to mention history.

Let’s talk about the nature of Palestinian nationalism and show that the father of Palestinian nationalism was a Nazi and that he is still considered the George Washington of the Palestinian national movement, a Nazi, Haj Amin al-Husseini.

Let’s talk about what moderation really means in Palestinian terms. It means being willing to talk and shoot at Jews, as opposed to just shoot at them, and that that isn’t moderation. Let’s just mention that, you know, and let us talk about the fact that Israel is the most important ally that the United States has in the Middle East, that, as Israel’s minister of defense, Moshe Ya’alon, said, Israel is an aircraft carrier, a U.S. aircraft carrier, from an American perspective, from its northern tip in Metula down to its southern tip [in a lot] by the Red Sea. Let’s talk about this.

You know, we heard a lot today and yesterday about the Obama administration, and John Bolton said that the greatest threat to U.S.’s national security is the president. And it is very dangerous and very frightening what’s happening today in the United States of America, but we’ll only fix things in the United States if we have a discussion about what’s really happening. That’s why gatherings like this are so important, and that’s why truth is so important. I mean, it was Jesus who said, The truth will set you free. Jesus was a Jew. (Laughter.)

We have to talk about these things. We have to talk about the truth. We have to cast aside these illusions that are based upon false faith and that are based upon hatred of Jews. We have to stop blaming the Jews for the pathologies of their victimizers, of their oppressors, of their would-be destroyers. We certainly have to stop making it the centerpiece of U.S. Middle East policy.

You know, in Israel, things are actually going pretty well, as I think the extremely fruitful Israeli womb indicates. When things go well in Israel, we have more children, not fewer. We’re an international outlier. The more wealthy we become, the more prosperous, the more kids, because, for us, finding out who our inner self is involves going to the delivery room as often as possible.

This is a healthy society. This is a society that believes in itself, that believes in who it is. And our alliance with the United States throughout these years had more to do with trying to find an outside power to help us along when we’re in this horrible neighborhood.

It had to do, also, with idealism, that we saw in the United States, we still see in the American people, kindred spirits, people who value the same thing, yes, who have faith in the same God as the people of Israel, and we abide by that. And I think most Americans still do as well.

And we just have to get this message out. We have to get this message out. This land belongs to the Jews. And it will happen, cause a two-state solution is a faith. It is not a policy, and it is a false faith. It will always fail. At the end of the day, this is going to happen. We will apply our laws to Judea and Samaria, because it’s the only viable option, and thank God it’s a viable option. We have to make sure it stays a viable option. We do that by making sure that Israel stays strong and secure and continues to believe in itself. And I think that we’re doing that in Israel.

And I think that the United States has to stand by Israel, because I think part of regaining its sanity in foreign affairs involves recognizing why it is that Israel is such an indispensable ally to the United States. And, by the way, it’s all there in my book.

And those are my thoughts and I’d be happy to take questions, unless we’ve run out.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE SPEAKER: We have run out of time.


UNIDENTIFIED MALE SPEAKER: Thank you, Caroline. (Applause.)


  • David

    We have to look at the situation clearly. Israel can’t maintain the status quo of
    controlling a large Arab population ruled by a terrorist organization. Israel can’t annex the West Bank and absorb the large Arab population without threatening its existence or turning into another Lebanon. Finally, Israel can’t withdraw without leaving its major population centers open to rocket attack. There is only one logical solution: Israel should offer a generous financial compensation package for Arabs to leave the West Bank while simultaneously cutting the revenue to the PA and forcing its collapse. Israel should also work to get them travel documents to Asia, South America, and Europe. It’s the best of several bad options.

    • Johnny Palestine

      It is THE only option a reasonable and logical brain can arrive at. I say to Deport them to Syria, first cut off all source of electric power, all medecine and water. West Bank is land locked. No access to water. Jordan will know that any attempt to deliver water to the West Bank is an act of war.

      Israel should not offer a generous financial package, just do it and move them into trucks, camels and donkeys. Minimal violence to their persons but their homes are to be destroyed at once. They will leave with their automobiles, their clothes, gold, silver and photos.

      With their Syrian and Egyptian brothers they will build their lives. We all have read how generous the Arab Muslims are.

      • David

        Let’s try my way first and then after two years let’s upgrade to yours. I also think Israel should pay it’s Arab citizens if they want to leave. I would like Israel to maintain an Arab minority but anyone who identifies as “palestinian” should not continue to live in Israel. I have no problem with Israeli Arabs who serve either in the IDF or the National Service.

        • Drakken

          Your another useful idiot of the left, you will never make peace with those goddamn muslim savages, thy want you dead, and here you are thinking maybe we should give them another chance, when you already gave them millions of opportunities, and they fail every single time. Time to pull out the mailed fist and use with extreme prejudice.

          • David

            I just love when posting the same comment in two different places can get me called both a leftwing appeaser and right wing fascist.

          • Drakken

            I do believe that you mean well Dave, but somewhere deep down, you know what has to be done, and you want to deny it, but the conclusion always comes up the same.

          • David

            Can’t say the same for you. You strike me as an arrogant moron who doesn’t have an original thought in his head.

          • Drakken

            I’m over here in the ME as we speak Sparky, so please by all means, put your big boy pants on and join the party. Silly little simpletons as yourself always have to depend on people better than themselves to take care of them.

          • logdon

            As soon as challenged in a fair and square debate you reduce everything you utter whether right or wrong to mere waffle by this sudden girly ad hominem.

            You think the Pal-Arabs listen to reason? Did you read the article or is absorbing the wisdom of Caroline Glick beyond your obviously limited cognitive power?

            You need to grow up, son.

      • Sheik Yerbouti

        Exactly, Why must Israel “pay for peace”? And has it worked for them yet?

        • Johnny Palestine

          Perhaps you are right. At least give them money to survive for 6 months or 1 year. The govt of Israel will have to give them American dollars. So how much do they give? if nothing, this could be a worse publicity scandal. Perhaps money for 6 months in Syria, Egypt or Lebanon ( much more if they are delivered to France) or Gibraltar which is illegal under international law. Gibraltar never itself posed a threat to the UK.

      • Americana

        Yeah, right. Welcome to WW M. and before you have the nerve to say we’re already in it, we’re not NEARLY as deep in it as this bulloney would sink us.

        • ObamaYoMoma

          Seek mental help for your severe mental problems associated with so-called Palestinian hero worship.

          • Americana

            Chew some Xanax yourself, OYM. it might not help your overall mental state viz Islam but it will most definitely curb your enthusiasm for promoting genocide.

          • logdon

            I believe the promotion of genocide is inherent within the Muslim psyche not the other way around, genius.

          • ObamaYoMoma

            Chew some Xanax yourself, OYM. it might not help your overall mental state viz Islam but it will most definitely curb your enthusiasm for promoting genocide.

            Since Islam is a very totalitarian and rabid ideology that like Nazism and Communism before intends to make itself supreme at all our expense, as opposed to being just so-called religion, we have no other choice but to destroy that ideology before it destroys us, and thus there are only two ways to go about it:

            1.) to kill all Muslims until there are no more Muslims and hence no more Islam. An extremely violent, very messy, and very bloody way to go about it.

            2.) to render the Islamic totalitarian world defenseless and in total abject poverty to make it incapable of waging jihad aggressively, then by total and complete isolation.

            Since Muslims are incapable of producing anything on their own thanks to Islam, in a matter of a few generations Islam would become discredited in that society.

            Of the two available options, I prefer the latter to the former although it is far riskier because I don’t like the idea of all that blood and violence. The only other option, of course, is to bury our respective heads in the sand like you propose.

      • Evermyrtle

        Sounds like a plan, a plan that Israel needs to put into action, so that they will have an opportunity to continue to survive.

      • ObamaYoMoma

        I agree, but the jihad the Islamic totalitarian world is waging against the Jewish infidels in Israel is permanent, just like it is with respect to the greater global jihad at large that is being waged perpetually against all infidels collectively throughout the world. Thus, the only solution to our collective infidel world jihad problem will have to be collective, comprehensive, and far reaching.


      The 800,000 Jews from Arab countries (Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Yemen) who were forced out of and who fled for their lives from their homes should also be compensated by Arab regimes that control their former homes.

      It’s easy to see that it’s a wash.

    • ObamaYoMoma

      Your proposed solution is unique, however, it doesn’t take into account that the jihad the Islamic totalitarian world is waging against the Jewish infidels in Israel is permanent, exactly like it is with respect to the jihad the Islamic totalitarian world is also waging against the entire collective infidel world in order to ultimately make Islam supreme throughout the world, which also happens to be the sole fundamental purpose of mainstream orthodox Islam.

      • David

        Perhaps, but my plan is not to resolve the conflict but merely the demographic threat and to also give Israel defensible borders, i.e. the Jordan river.

  • Friv 4

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  • senatormark4

    Great talk, Caroline! I do realize that you don’t change many minds.

    I think this is one of the greatest times for peace in the region that there has ever been. When the United States is forced to stop funding the PA, they’ll turn to ISIS and Saudi for help. When they let ISIS in to their fold, they’ll start killing their own people in huge numbers. After that happens for just a little while, they’ll start flinging rockets at Israel and the reciprocity will decimate the ISISites. When they actually attempt a regular army assault, backed by Allah of course, they will be removed and be refuges in Saudi Arabia.

    Greatest Israel. At last.

    • Johnny Palestine

      The way to rid ourselves of these barbarians does not have to be realized through violent means.

      Saudi Arabia, Egypt and much of the Arab world as does Venezuela and possibly Iran, import a great deal of their wheat, milk and other types of basic food. SO why not just impose an embargo on exporting wheat and milk and grains to Muslim countries?. Israel can and should ban any milk or wheat and beer etc. from Israel ( pre 1967 boundaries ) to be sold to Arab Muslim communities in J&S. Only sales to Jewish cities within J&S.

      Once in the Jewish cities, they can sell to the Arab cities, if they choose. But only the Jewish cities must have the right to import foodstuffs from within Israel pre 1967 boundaries.

      This is the Israeli response to the BDS movement.

      • Raymond

        that is what Hitler did to you people pre 1939! I can not believe that you are writing this crap. the Jewish final solution for the Muslims? when do you start doing it to the Christians?

        • dartson

          I thought the final solution for Christians is happening right now in the Muslim countries of the ME, including the Palestinian Authority. Bit it seems that some Christian churches are so preoccupied with boycotting Israel that they close the eyes to the suffering of their coreligionists in those countries.

        • Johnny Palestine

          The Methodist Church in the UK has decided to boycott Israel as much as possible.

          Furthermore, the Arab world has 24 Palestinian refugee camps!!! They are slowly dying there. You are the Nazi lover if you cannot distinguish the facts. 10+ Arab Muslim countries to accept them.

          There was not one Jewish country in 1939.

          I propose we evacuate the Arab Christians and deport all Arab Muslims to Saudi. Trade resource for resource. Wheat for oil

          The Jewish cities are free to trade with the Arab towns and villages but no foodstuffs from Israel pre 1967 boundaries.

        • morriscat

          Ragmond , the only Nazi I see is you . Your Jew hatred will consume you and yours . All that BS about Jews killing Christians . Where on earth and what rathole are you from ?

  • Raymond

    why have the Jews now become the Nazis of the free world/ why do the Jews not want people to have the health care plan like they do in the UK, which they pay for from their wages in the form of National Insurance Contributions(NIC)? and why do the Jews in the UK want to stop the English having a NHS?

    • Johnny Palestine

      Then the Jews are not National Socialists then. Your brain is twisted and confused. You are the National Socialist lover.

      I can imagine you after 2 beers.

    • Hank Rearden

      Finally, the truth!! This is the kind of insight that I come to this website for!

      I am not familiar with the Jews destroying the NHS, but I am sure you must be right. Here in the U.S., the Jews destroy national health care by starting hospitals. You can’t imagine what happens inside them. People go into those places and they are cut open on tables!

      Like you, when I think of the Jews, the first thing that comes to mind is Nazis. Even worse. Who can forget Genghis Kohn who ravaged Asia, the Middle East and Europe! And before him, Attila the Kuhn.

      And in the Middle East, the Jews want to get back the Jewish Empire that used to run from the Indus River to Morocco. No, wait, that is the Islamic Empire. I’ll get back to you on that.


      The Jews aren’t bombing London transport on 7/7/05, or beheading Brits like Lee Rigby, or threatening the UK with 9/11 scale attacks.

      British Muslims are doing the above.

      There is a reason why London is now known as Londonistan.

    • logdon

      What on earth has the NHS got to do with Palestine?

  • Billy Bob

    Caroline – what you want are boots and a hat. Only Easterners wear cowboy boots and cowboy hats. And for you hat, go to Paris Hatters i San Antonio.

    • Jimmy Dean

      “Only Easterners wear cowboy boots and cowboy hats” either blind, lier or both

    • Billy Bob my butt Mohmad

      Caroline was born in Texas J@ckass

  • wildjew

    Don’t most Americans support the two state solution; pressuring Israel to withdraw from Jewish land in order to establish a Muslim state in the Holy Land? I ask this question because decades of American policy aimed at this goal is either actively or passively supported by the American people.

    Former President George W. Bush (I voted for him in 2000) made the establishment of a Muslim state in Israel a formal goal of U.S. policy only days after the September 11, 2001 attacks. I did not see or hear any nationally prominent conservative or Republican complain about this policy aim. Caroline says we (Americans and Israelis) worship the same God. The God of Israel gave all these lands to the sons of Israel — see Genesis chapters 12, 13, 15, 17, 26, etc.

    Gen 13:14 The LORD said to Abram, after Lot had separated from him, “Now lift up your eyes and look from the place where you are, northward and southward and eastward and westward; for all the land which you see, I will give it to you and to your descendants forever.

    Is it true we worship the same God?

    • ricpic

      The Jew haters in the State Department, which is to say the trust funders who graduate Harvard, Princeton and Yale and go on to tell the world how to live, they support, always have supported and always will support the mythical two state solution. Why? Because, if successful, it would place a dagger at Israel’s heart. Jean Kerry epitomizes the breed in his arrogant ignorance and bottomless hatred of Jews. As for the American People as a whole, those who are secular vaguely support what their “betters” support. Genuine Christians, those who have faith, are the Jews and therefore Israel’s only reliable allies in America. That doesn’t mean and doesn’t have to mean that there is agreement between Christians and Jews on theology. After all, for Christians the Messiah has come and for Jews He has not come. The key is in the worship of God and the rejection of idolatry. This is fundamental. This is shared.

  • Lanna

    Its the Centuries old battle between good and evil coming to a climax. Israel should never give up more land for peace because peace will never come by appeasing terrorists who want your destruction. It seems man is doomed to repeat the same mistakes over and over with the same outcome. The God of Israel is taking all into account and ultimately there will be a day when the enemies of Israel will be no more, but until then the prayers and allegiance to the almighty are a necessary step for Israel.

    • pfbonney

      “…peace will never come by appeasing terrorists who want your destruction.”

      Well said. Churchill would agree. Peace comes through strength. Appeasement is an aspect of weakness, and there will be always, the next demand, until Israel exists no more..

    • Americana

      Don’t think of it as appeasement. Think of it as legitimately sharing what was once rightfully theirs that was initially lost to them because of a diplomatic misjudgment (Balfour Declaration and U.N. partition) followed by their misjudgment (Arab-Israeli War).

      • Drakken

        Why yes of course, lets keep singing kumbaya, and ignore reality, sure, that’ll work. This comes down to one conclusion and you can deny it until your blue in the face. There will be only one people standing, the Jews or the muslims, I’ll place my bet on the Jews for a cool grand.

        • Americana

          You don’t want to share the land w/them. You don’t want to pay them compensation. You simply want to keep kicking them out. Good luck w/that.

          Though I think David is at least trying to be financially just when considering further displacement of the Palestinians, I don’t believe his plan is fair nor feasible. Neither do I think that will work to quell the Palestinian jihad. I believe the jihadi terrorism would simply be activated from a different corner of the globe along w/regional Arab sympathizers.

          • Drakken

            Never leave your enemy to fight another day.

      • SoCalMike

        I think there’s really something wrong and twisted with people who advocate you commit suicide.
        Sharing land with people who want to murder you and everyone like you?? Every time Israel has tried the Palestinians wage war without even making counteroffers.
        Twisted and evil are those still clinging to the lie called the “Peace Process.” You just want the Jews eliminated and the Jewish state replaced.

      • Ralph Haglund

        When the Ottoman Empire lost the war and it was butchered up, the arabs got 200 times more than the Jews. Then the English tricked with paragraph 25 of the mandate laws to give away 80% of theJewish land to – you guessed it – arabs. Then the UN wanted to give half of the remaining sliver to – you guessed it, the arabs. Lucklily the arabs lost this golden chance, attacked and lost.

        The real things England/France lost out on was to pack enemies for centures, into places like Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and believing their tribal leaders would sink into oblivion. We see the result now, but people only talk about a group of people that KGB started to call “palestinians” and change the meaning of that word. The arabs have something like 650 times as much land as Israel.

      • robert Davis

        “americana”:Where did you get that TRASH from? the coran?

  • Lanna

    Good article….The US temporarily brings people to negotiate at the table, and come to the table for peace, but its only a temporary fix. The US works against God’s timetable and his plans and will never ever be successful to get a total peace agreement between Islam and Jews because that is NOT God’s plan or purpose which he himself will fulfill at his appointed time for his people and for Jerusalem!

  • annabahpa

    Glick is so slick, I think she slipped me a mick. “Sweet Caroline, the good times were so good…” (from one of her many ‘goyfriends’).

    • Roy Grover

      Slick as common sense and the obvious, Anna

  • Daniel Rubio

    Excellent speech by one of Israel’s finest. Snake-oil salesemen have been selling the untruth about “occupied” lands since day one, and unfortunately, many Jews and even Israelis have been buying it. That the Europeans would buy it is no surprise, after all, that’s their job description: always put the blame on the Jew and hate the Jew first and foremost. But that even Jews aplenty have bought into that rhetoric is mind-boggling.
    Israel should start with a thorough house-cleaning, removing every self-hating Jew, leftist and pseudo-liberal from any key-to-minor position in the judicial system, PR and main-stream media, schools and government organizations. Then start a true Hasbara campaign that makes Israelis (and American Jews as well) understand that they are facing an enemy who wants no negotiations, no concessions and whose only desire is to kill and destroy Jews, whether in Israel, France, Argentina or elsewhere. Have them understand that the “peace-process”, the “two-state-solution”, and all that crap coming from the left is just a cloud cover to sugar-coat the muslims true intentions, which is to dislodge kuffars, specially Jews, from their perceived allah-endowed world caliphate.

    Until/if things start being identified for what they are: “partners-for-peace” becomes “blood-thirsty enemies”, “religion-of-peace” becomes “blood-thirsty totalitarian ideology”, “United Nations” becomes “World-Class Club for Official Jew-hatred” and other such euphemisms start being removed from the Jewish psyche (not from the Gentiles, they have it ingrained in theirs), Israel has a chance to trully start handling matters in the proper fashion and to give them a prompt and satisfactory solution.

  • Donald J DaCosta

    That it is not eminently clear that the PLO wants no part of the so called “peace process” defies logic. But it is entirely understandable when compared to the mindless ignorance about the causes behind the turmoil that’s been broiling in the Middle East for the past 1400 years, the ignorance that exists in the entire so called western, civilized world; the U.S., U.K., France, Canada, etc. How the mindset that predominates among the supposedly intelligent, thoughtful, mature, educated, governing elite can remain mired in utter ignorance and stupidity, is both remarkable and frightening. There is an absolute, intentional, concerted effort to foment and promote the ideological above the obvious and a total inability to admit or accept any opposing view, no matter the evidence. It is as Ms Glick says, based on “religious faith and Jew hatred,” laced with abject cowardice, not a viable policy mindset, that insists that Israel is the villain. It is much easier and much less dangerous to join with the aggressive Muslim hordes and attack the tiny nation of Israel governed by an exemplary, thriving, bustling, technologically, economically and socially advanced, western style democracy immersed and surrounded in a violent sea of ancient, backward, primitive, religiously motivated hatred for all infidels and, most relevant to this discussion, a centuries old hatred for Jews. The prevailing attitude is, anything to appease that hatred, regardless of the common knowledge, based on widely recognized and accepted historical evidence, that appeasement is nothing but a precursor to war.

    It will be catastrophic if when war comes, as it likely will given Obama’s vision for America, that the U.S., in concert with its NATO partners, stands by and does nothing. Obama, Kerry, Rice, et al seem to be laying the groundwork to support that reaction; i.e., no reaction. The Jews will get what Obama and company believe they deserve and, like all of Obama’s foreign policy initiatives, this will be an international disaster; perhaps the biggest blunder of his presidency. A dire prediction that is hopefully the product of an overly active imagination.

    • Ralph Haglund

      Read the Constitution of Fatah.

  • Mark Krustinki

    Watch the video and upset the Jihad apologist and the anti-Semitic trolls.

  • ObamaYoMoma

    There is no peace possible between the Islamic totalitarian world and the Jewish infidels living in Israel, as the sole fundamental purpose of mainstream orthodox Islam (the only kind) is the subjugation of all infidels and all religions into Islamic totalitarianism through both violent and non-violent stealth and deceptive jihad and the eventual imposition of Sharia, which is Islamic totalitarian law, to ultimately make Islam supreme throughout the world.

    Indeed, Israel has about as much chance of making peace with the Islamic totalitarian world as the entire Western infidel world has of making peace with the Islamic totalitarian world, which is to say there is absolutely no chance.

    Thus, the Western infidel world must either collectively destroy the Islamic totalitarian world utterly, or otherwise render it into total abject poverty to make it incapable of waging jihad, and then isolate it totally. There are no other viable options other than endless jihad.

    In other words, Pakistan must be forced to surrender that massive nuclear weapons arsenal, Iran’s nuclear weapons program must be destroyed, mass Muslim immigration with all of its excess baggage must be banned and reversed, and the Middle East oilfields must be seized, then the Islamic totalitarian world must be totally isolated.

    By the way, just heard that the bodies of those three young boys that were kidnapped in Israel by those heathens have been found dead. Indeed, unless we want this to continue happening endlessly, we must take collective action to stop this endless jihad.

  • Liza Henes


    As long as there are no contentment, there would be no peace. People are not perfect and it is our nature not to be satisfied with what we have but we have to think also that listening and understanding others should be done. We need not to be full of hatred and be careful of our decisions.


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  • NonPCconservative

    One aspect which is often forgotten is that two states were created by the UN. One was Israel while the other was Trans-Jordan which are shown in the 1922 map below.

    Notably the names on the maps are Jewish Palestine and Arab Palestine. Israel haters never mention that the two state solution has already been tried, and failed.

    • Guest

      Map didn’t work the first time.

  • Bert

    It is the Jewish establishment in both the U.S. and Israel that has failed to speak the truth in support of Jewish rights to the Land of Israel. They still talk of a ‘two state solution.’ The book, “The Jewish People’s Rights to t he Land of Israel” By S. Benzimra lays it all out in detail. Yet no Jewish organization will even acknowledge that this book even exists. With few exceptions our Jewish leaders operate from fear of the nations and not from faith in G-d. This is why we continue to suffer.

  • Paul Singer

    OMG .. this girl is on fire

  • robert Davis

    Thank you Caroline GLICK for setting things RIGHT. All that filthy left wing radicals can do is LIE and LIE and LIE. Apart from LIES göbbels style they are good for nothing but this will take them nowhere except world wars! However it is about time Israel citizens elect a man with GUTS to replace that cowardly netanyahou and turns up the table expelling all arabs from Israel and show all the RATS that Israel will NOT accept to be a scapegoat any longer since this is a nutshell after all what obama,kerry and all left wing radicals think is the easiest way to get a novbel prize! To do that netanyahou MUST GO!

  • JJ18

    Through the failure of the peace process and the way it was conducted with the U.S. talking separately to both the Israelis and Palestinians; the Palestinians are actually telling the U.S., not Israel, that it and the rest of the Arab world refuse western authority at the UN. Under the guise of negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, the negotiations are actually between the West, represented by the U.S., and the Arab world, represented by the Palestinians. That is why the U.S. government is so upset, because the Arab world has rejected western authority at the UN to achieve global unity through the Christian West in favor of Islamic authority to achieve global unity through Shariah. Israel is being blamed because the West does not want to admit it is unable to accomplish global unity based on the western Christian nation-state.

  • JJ

    The Israeli-Palestinian peace process keeps failing because the real purpose of the peace process, along with the Oslo accords and the UN resolutions condemning Israel, is to establish the principle and precedence of the Islamic caliphate and Shariah law at the UN over the western Christian nation-state and churches. The UN has a large anti-western colonialism contingent that is supportive of almost anything that will bring subordinate western civilization and churches. Because the western nation-states and churches still have substantial power and population, the relatively small and little population of Israel is used as the focus to accomplish the supremacy of Islam over Christian crusade at the UN. Also, because there is still a significant amount of anti-Semitism in the West, the focus on Israel to establish Muslim precedence over Christianity and the Western nation-state at the UN can actually be used to win westerners over to their dimunition, as it appears a large number of Westerners are willing to do almost anything to go against Jewish people, even contributing to their own destruction. The Western desire for global unity is so strong, and to which western anti-Semitism is apparently linked, that western Christian nation-states and churches are willing to accept a global unity based on an Islamic caliphate and Shariah law. So the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, the Oslo accords, and the UN resolutions condemning Israel will continue until we are all living under a UN run by an Islamic caliphate and Muslim Shariah law. In the name of global unity at the UN, most of the West will not defend itself and is willing to give up it’s civilization and even churches, which the Islamists will gladly make use of to establish Shariah law and a Muslim caliphate at the UN.