John Kerry on Israel

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John Kerry just delivered the most outrageous speech of any top American official in modern times. As if a special pleader for the Palestinians, his speech was an exposition in propaganda. He distorted history, cherry-picked facts, selectively used quotes by other political figures, gave a completely dishonest portrayal of Israeli society and policies, omitted endless examples of Israeli restraint in the face of endless examples of Palestinian terrorism and threats of war by surrounding regimes, and on and on. Not once did he bother to provide the full pre-1967 history of the region, including the Palestinian involvement with the Nazis; moreover, not a word about the PLO, the 1967 war, the 1973 war, etc.

Indeed, Kerry repeatedly positioned the Israeli government as controlled by extremists and their defensive efforts to protect their citizenry as acts of aggression in an attempt to marginalize Benjamin Netanyahu. Of course, Kerry ignored the 5,000-year-old connection the Jews have to the land, which even the League of Nations recognized in its 1922 Mandate for Palestine. 

So consumed by his own conceit, Kerry then went through a list of peace parameters which he insisted upon. He dismissed the views of the incoming Trump administration, claiming that within weeks of the end of the Obama administration now was the time to speak out. A rambling, self-serving, deceitful speech capping a diabolical act of betrayal and sabotage at the UN.

Kerry and Obama have emboldened Israel's enemies in unimaginable ways. They lit the match lighting up the Middle East, they facilitated Iran's nuclear program with billions of dollars, and now they seek Israel's effective demise — a long-time Obama infatuation well before his ascendency to the presidency. 



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Mark R. Levin is Editor-in-chief of Conservative Review and host of LevinTV on CRTV and the nationally syndicated "The Mark Levin Show”.

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