Kerry warns of violence if “peace talks” fail

US secretary of state says if Israel-PA peace talks fail, violence in region may return, notes negotiations have so far been ‘productive’‬‬

- Give me five!...If the Israeli do not submit, we will give them a hard time.
– Give me five!…If the Israelis do not submit, we will give them a hard time.

“What is the alternative to peace?”

Kerry asked at a joint news conference with Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh. “Prolonged continued conflict. The absence of peace really means you have a sort of low-grade conflict, war.”

“As long as the aspirations of people are held down one way or another … as long as there is this conflict and if the conflict frustrates once again so that people cannot find a solution, the possibilities of violence” increase, he said.


My comment:

Is Kerry warning the Arabs, of the coming Israeli aggression in the Middle East?

Or is Kerry warning the Jews, of a planned and coming third intifada?

When i crossed the border into Jordan from the city of Eilat, I was surprised that some of the Jordanian border guards was taking a nap at noon, sleeping in their chairs. They seemed to be less concerned of the possibility of Israeli aggression. Simply because there are non.

On the Israeli side of the border, all men were on the alert. Obviously because the followers of the aggressive religion of Islam can launch an attack on Jewish women and children, at at any moment.

 Ezekiel 13:10

‘“Because they lead my people astray, saying, ‘Peace’, when there is no peace, and because, when a flimsy wall is built, they cover it with whitewash. 

Kerry needs to be more specific, and renounce the evils of Islam. The US has in the last two decades fought two wars against radical Islam, but expect Israel to surrender to the same forces. That is hypocrisy of the worst kind.

Written by Ivar

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