Has Israel Already Lost the War?

By: Cliff Kincaid

If this Axios story about Biden’s “post-war” plan for the Middle East is true, Israel has already lost the war – and its very existence is now in jeopardy. 

Biden financed the war by financing Iran, wants to finance Israel’s limited counter-attack, and now wants Israel to agree to a Moscow-backed “Palestinian state,” which will be a surrogate for Iran.

Congress is poised to approve more aid for Israel, on Biden’s request, when Biden is financing both sides of the war, as Moscow and its Middle East surrogate, Iran, plan their next moves.

The headline, “Biden’s post-war plan: New talks on Israel-Palestine two-state solution,” represents more of the same. This time, it can get far worse.

There is no reason why House Speaker Rep. Mike Johnson should rubber-stamp what Biden is doing in the Middle East.  

To understand Israel’s predicament, look at what is happening to America.

We have the country of Mexico on our own border, a Narco-state acting as a facilitator of a border invasion that includes millions of illegals and deadly fentanyl. Biden is comfortable with that. He wants Israel, in response to the Hamas invasion, to accommodate an official “State of Palestine” on its border, capable of importing weapons openly from Moscow and Beijing and maintaining open and friendly relations with Iran.

The so-called “State of Palestine” already has official status at the U.N., which helps explain why the socialist U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has, in effect, justified the Hamas attack. “For many years,” his official bio says, “Mr. Guterres was active in the Socialist International, a worldwide organization of social democratic political parties. He was the group’s vice-president from 1992 to 1999…”

Pedro Sánchez Pérez-Castejón of Spain, the current president of the Socialist International has reiterated that the organization favors global recognition of two states, Israel and Palestine.

The Israeli political party Meretz is a member of the SI. So is Fatah, which is the Palestinian Authority, the successor to the Soviet-sponsored Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO).

Israel even has a Communist Party active on its soil.

The Axios story says, “During the past year, Biden has sought to ease tension in the Middle East by pushing for a mega deal with Saudi Arabia that would include a historic peace agreement between the kingdom and Israel. U.S. officials said they’d been making progress in the weeks before the war — and had begun discussing with Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Palestinian Authority about what a Palestinian component of such an agreement might look like.”

While criticizing Hamas, Biden thinks the Palestinian Authority is entitled to statehood.

Biden had been financing Iran, apparently hoping the Muslim fanatics running the country would allow this process to go forward. But their sponsors in Moscow had other ideas. 

Not surprisingly, leaders of Hamas have just arrived in Moscow, planning their next move.  The Reuters news agency added, “Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Ali Baghiri Kani was also currently visiting Moscow.”

In the final paragraph of the Axios story, the “What to watch” segment, readers are told that “Secretary of State Tony Blinken told a group of American-Jewish leaders on Monday that the State Department had begun working on a post-war strategy for Gaza and the West Bank, two people who attended the meeting told Axios.”

Israel’s problems include the “American-Jewish leaders” who do not seem to understand what is really going on.

The pro-Hamas demonstrations on college campuses have alarmed these leaders. Where have they been? I suggest they consult my 2016 book, Marxist Madrassas: The Hostile Takeover of Higher Education in America.

For an understanding of Russian designs on the Middle East, I suggest Red Jihadalso published in 2016.

If Israel agrees to Biden’s “post-war” plan for the Middle East, it will eventually cease to exist.

Fatah refers to Israel as the “Zionist entity.” Its website still claims Israel bombed the Baptist hospital in Gaza. It praises the U.N. for its “emergency session” on the “Zionist Military Campaign of Genocide Against the Palestinian People.” 

This kind of propaganda is what saturates our colleges and universities.

My book explained, “It is significant that the so-called International Solidarity Movement (ISM) has found a base on many college campuses and attempts to delegitimize the democratic State of Israel, a U.S. ally. ISM has sponsored the BDS (boycotts, divestment, and sanctions) economic warfare campaign against Israel. Jewish students tend to be targeted in these campaigns and have been threatened and assaulted.”

I also noted that the Black Lives Matter movement, blamed for demonizing and encouraging the murder of local police, was also very active on college campuses and had joined the campaign against Israel, declaring the country is guilty of “genocide” and that, through foreign aid to Israel, Americans are made “complicit in the abuses committed by the Israeli government.”

My book gave special thanks to my friend, “Jimmy from Brooklyn,” an anti-communist researcher, who came up with the terms “Marxist Madrassas” and “Separation of Marx and State” to describe our predicament and a solution.

The roots of the anti-Semitic movement can be found in Russia. The Protocols of Learned Elders of Zion, a Russian forgery used by Nazis and Communists to generate hatred of the Jews and Israel, was cited as true in the charter of Hamas.

Communists are organizing the upcoming national march to “Free Palestine” being planned for Washington, D.C.

And that means that Moscow is the ultimate source of the problems Israel and America face in the Middle East. Until Israel recognizes this fact, the nation is doomed.

If America betrays Israel, America is doomed.


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