The news on the Middle East peace process does not change from administration to administration, from person to person, from year to year. Oh, you might have changes that appear to be different, like this two-state solution business, or when the Israelis finally decide to accept the idea of a Palestinian state. But then whenever something like that, which some people would consider progress is made, guess who undermines it?
Hello, Yasser Arafat. Hello, whoever is running the show in negotiations against the Israelis, because they do not want a two-state solution. There is no two-state solution. There's a one-state solution. A two-state solution actually means the end of Israel. Go take a look at the Hezbollah charter. Take a look at things stated by Yasser Arafat when he was around. Doesn't matter who. You'll see, take a look at Iranian caliphate. No matter where you go the objective is wiping out the Jewish state. It doesn't exist anymore, and neither do the people who at present live in it.
That's the objective, that's the only objective. There is no desire to live side by side in peace and tranquility and mutual respect and all of that. There is no such possibility resulting from negotiation. Just never gonna happen. I dare say the people involved in it know it. But the Middle East peace process has become a career. The Mideast peace process is something that when you're 15 you say, "You know, I want to work there. I want to work there for life. I want to become a diplomat working at the Middle East peace process. I want to be a career appointee to the Middle East peace process so that I am there no matter who the American administration is, president is."
This whole thing is a joke. What makes it -- obviate the two-state solution? Well, the demand for right of return. Right of return is incumbent on a two-state solution. Right of return means that anybody who wants to call themselves a Palestinian anywhere in the world has the right to come back to whatever they designate as the Palestinians state. And, by the way, the Palestinian state is going to be what Israel is now or there's never gonna be a deal. And who's gonna make that deal?
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