May 14, 2018

Word: Jerusalem

Rachel Shabi, Guardian - with the embassy move, Trump has deployed that far-rightist trick of disruption for the sake of it. There is no follow-up, no renewed talks in the pipeline, no international diplomacy, just the usual, multipurpose mumblings from Trump about sealing a good deal. This is no Middle East policy, unless you count as policy the practice of being a fire-starter and appearing to sanction overwhelming Israeli violence. And as we are seeing today, it is those living in the region who will suffer the punishing consequences of his folly.


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Anonymous said...

The consistency in Mid-East policy is self-evident - the personal enrichment of Trump. Shelly Adelson tucked lots of money up Trump's bum. Trum installed Shelly's longtime hireling as National Security Advisor and literally got a front-row, guest of honor seat at the ribbon cutting at the new Embassy. Shelly wants whatever BiBi wants, and BiBi wants maximum land grab, maximum conflict, and triumphalist demonstrations of Jewish supremacy in the region. Thrum gets paid, BiBi gets the mayhem he craves, and Shelly gets a plaque and a square named for him in Jerusalem - all is going according to plan.