UN votes down Israeli Settlements


The UN is ripe for advancing the Palestinian agenda.


The settlements have been defined as the number-one problem impeding peace, and no Israeli attempt to blame the stalemate on the Palestinians will be accepted at the UN.


. The awareness among leading UN members of the complete breakdown in communications between the White House and Israel’s prime minister created a new mood in which Palestinian concerns are at the top of the international community’s agenda. The UN has become fertile ground for advancing the Palestinian cause. ….


. the most dramatic result of the drama that occurred behind the scenes at the Security Council is that the settlements have been irreversibly and categorically defined as the number-one problem impeding peace between Israel and the Palestinians. No Israeli attempt to blame the stalemate on the Palestinians will be accepted at the UN. ….








United States vetoes Security Council resolution on Israeli settlements.








>.> Interesting: Our media hardly mention this subject ….






The sinking US empire.


The result of the UN Security Council vote on condemning Jewish settlements in the occupied territories highlights the diplomatic weakness of our patron, the United States. ….


The votes to take place at the UN will prove America’s declining diplomatic power. Some 140 states will condemn Israel’s conduct, and it is doubtful whether even 10 countries will endorse Israel. We are relying on a sinking superpower that is abandoning its pretenses to lead the world, educate it in line with its values, punish the rogue elements and pamper those that toe the line.


What should a small state do when it understands that it will no longer enjoy the almost unqualified support of its most important ally, possibly the only trusted ally by its side? … At this time, America is deep in debt, and it is doubtful whether even the grandchildren of Americans living today would be able to pay it off. …


America’s defense expenditures are rising at a much higher rate than its economic growth rate. It was doubled in the past decade and approached some $900 billion. What’s worse, while America’s relative economic strength in the world declines, its part in defense expenditures grows. …










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