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Biden: “Overwhelming Frustration” with the Jew-Israel Government

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 rbear    240

Both John Kerry and Joseph Biden appeared before the Jew group J Street earlier this week. J Street is a pro-Israel Jew group that plays like it is more reasonable. They supported the Iran deal, and promote a two-state solution. This is in pretty stark contrast to AIPAC’s “Gas the Arabs, Greater Israel Now!” approach.

As he often does, Biden said some funny things.

Washington Post:

“We have an overwhelming obligation, notwithstanding our sometimes overwhelming frustration with the Israeli government, to push them as hard as we can toward what they know in their gut is the only ultimate solution, a two-state solution, while at the same time be an absolute guarantor of their security,” Biden said.

Biden called the path to peace “shrouded” and said that when he visited the region last month he came away discouraged at the prospects for peace talks.

The idea that we are forever obligated to spend endless billions of dollars to Israel so they can continue to start wars and commit outrageous atrocities is a notion wearing very thin with everyone.

The Jews were like “don’t worry goyim, just enjoy yourself and support Israel and Space Jesus will come and suck you up into heavenly paradise any second, because you were such good goyim.”

When this element is removed by cancer and heart disease, this idiot gas chamber hoax isn’t going to be enough of an excuse to all these wacky Jews to completely destroy the world on our dime.

The Jews have really overplayed their hand with this thing. etc cont

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