The folly of the two state solution

The folly of the two state solution
The so called Paris Mideast peace conference attended by representatives from 70 countries is now
history with little new and the same old tiresome rhetoric and false reality based more on emotionalism
than objectivity.
This is what we have come to expect from such conferences and Israel’s Ambassador to
the Un Danny Danon said it best when he denounced the conference as totally detached from reality.
Resolution 2334 in profound delusion envisions a region where “two democratic States, Israel and Palestine,  live side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders.” The so called “tough love” resolution is in fact “a diplomatic war to delegitimize all of Israel through boycotts, sanctions and the International Criminal Court.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The conference continues to naively call for the commitment of the two parties involved but the reality is
the Israelis, the Palestinians and the international community have all moved on. German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s statement that now is not the time for major progress toward a Palestinian state accurately reflects the feelings of the international community who are moving away from the idea.
Only a fool could seriously believe that continuous and never ending concessions by Israel will lead to
peace in the region. It is nothing but folly based on folly and the whole concept was doomed from the outset for one fundamental reason. The God Who made an everlasting covenant with Abraham four thousand years ago continues to be ignored by the UN and the nations in their continued presumption and passion to “divide the land.”   The French, Swedes and a few other diehards may continue to push the two-state solution but it’s failure is certain. The words of Albert Einstein come to mind. He defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” The anti-semitic push to force Israel to negotiate is not being an “honest broker” but “being an accomplice to an attempt at Israel’s annihilation.”
Gerald Hall

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