Daniel Greenfield Moment: Israel Must Kill the Two State Solution

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This special edition of The Glazov Gang presents the Daniel Greenfield Moment with Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center and the editor of Frontpage’s blog, The Point.

Daniel discussed Israel Must Kill the Two State Solution, explaining that, if it doesn’t, the two-state solution will kill Israel.

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2 thoughts on “Daniel Greenfield Moment: Israel Must Kill the Two State Solution”

  1. It is my great shame as a resident of NZ that my government sponsored UN resolution 2334

    Please note that many New Zealanders do not support this government’s actions and it is to our great shame that we have to bear the burden of this as a nation

  2. Israel isn’t going to decide much of anything.
    It was British Imperial creation that fell to American receivership when the empire fell.
    Israel can exist only by alliances and, of course, its enemies also have alliances.
    A nation sacrifices a certain amount of its sovereignty to an alliance.
    Protracted war and dissolution of the empires (French, British, Ottoman) have rendered the entire region politically weak and dependent upon alliances far outside the region with much larger powers.
    So Netanyahu really has little more influence than Assad or any of the rest of them.
    They are all certainly players in the drama, but none of them play the lead because they took their show onto a global stage rather than confining it to a regional one, where they would have been the major powers.
    How absurd is it, that housing construction should become an international issue?
    But, look at how it developed, step by step.
    Fact is, Israel’s ally has every right to interfere in a potential causus bellum because the ally will have to fight the war, too.
    Assad’s relation with Putin is the same.
    Alliances have a price.
    That’s why it’s better for all in the region to avoid them or keep them at a distance. Once the alliance game gets started, however, it’s difficult to stop and this one has been going on for century.
    Some small nations survive this sort of thing, some don’t, some just never get out of the sauce.

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