Editor’s Note: One can only be astonished at the audacity with which this absurdly empty-headed woman declares with absolute certitude that ‘back in 1995 the American people – through their members of congress – said that they wanted to acknowledge Jerusalem as the capital.’ Question: does anyone recall this question coming to any kind of referendum to ‘the people’…? Does anyone recall being asked by their members of congress if this is their opinion? It’s already well established that when it comes to israel, congress does not seek the American people’s opinion – congress gives to israel what israel wants, always disregarding what is in the best interests of the United States.
Sott.net could see this coming down Main Street as early as 24 November 2016 when Trump picked the airhead for the top US UN diplomat post:
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), [a] vocal Trump critic, praised the president-elect’s pick, describing Haley as “a strong supporter of Israel,” adding that her presence at the UN “will be reassuring to all those who are concerned about the increasing hostility of the United Nations toward Israel.” Under Haley’s watch, South Carolina became the first state to take action against efforts to boycott, divest and sanction Israel by prohibiting public entities from contracting with companies engaging in the “boycott of a person or an entity based in or doing business with a jurisdiction with whom South Carolina can enjoy open trade.”
Early in November of this year IWB published an eye-opening post discussing Trump’s appointment of a ‘special envoy’ to the State Department who is ordered to specifically monitor and combat ‘antisemitism’ – and how it relates to the 22 State Legislatures which have passed various unconstitutional laws punishing Americans who support the boycott, divest and sanction Israel efforts.
So all is going along smoothly in Trump’s servitude to his zionist masters. That ‘his’ administration is trying to sell this as a move towards the ‘peace’ process is simply astonishing to anyone who understands the dynamics of the political situation in Palestine as well as the entire Middle East.
Haley says this was a decision “for the American people.”
Nikki Haley tries to explain the “logic” behind US President Trump’s decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem.
United States ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley is not very bright, so listening to her reasoning on the very controversial decision from Trump is a bit comical, sad and frightening for what the future now holds for the Middle East.
Haley says, “this is the right thing to do”, and this move can lead to a “peace process.”