• May 23, 2024

Biden completes betrayal of Israel, gives Netanyahu ultimatum, demands ceasefire that would enable Hamas to survive

 Biden completes betrayal of Israel, gives Netanyahu ultimatum, demands ceasefire that would enable Hamas to survive



Any nation on earth would be insane to ally with the United States, when the president of the U.S. will so readily betray an ally in pursuit of electoral gain. He is forcing Israel to lose the war and protecting Hamas in order to carry Michigan in November.

“Biden to Netanyahu: Protect civilians or else,” by Michael Williams, MJ Lee, Kayla Tausche and Nikki Carvajal, CNN, April 5, 2024:

President Joe Biden on Thursday told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the overall humanitarian situation in Gaza is unacceptable and warned Israel to take steps to address the crisis or face consequences, a stark statement from Israel’s staunchest ally.

The 30-minute conversation was the two leaders’ first phone call since an Israeli strike killed seven aid workers from the World Central Kitchen in Gaza. The killings have set off a furor inside the White House and Biden has been described as reaching a new level of frustration with Israel’s campaign.

“President Biden emphasized that the strikes on humanitarian workers and the overall humanitarian situation are unacceptable,” the White House said in a statement shortly after the call wrapped. “He made clear that US policy with respect to Gaza will be determined by our assessment of Israel’s immediate action on these steps.”

Biden also said Israel needed to “announce and implement a series of specific, concrete, and measurable steps to address civilian harm, humanitarian suffering, and the safety of aid workers.”

In the phone call, Netanyahu admitted to his American counterpart that the Israel Defense Forces were to blame for the deaths of the seven World Central Kitchen aid workers this week – and assured Biden that the Israeli government planned to announce measures to prevent such a mistake from happening again, according to a senior administration official.

Netanyahu told Biden that Israel was set on improving the tracking of non-profit workers inside Gaza and Biden affirmed that such steps were necessary, the official said. The prime minister also pledged during the call that Israel will soon announce new openings of humanitarian crossings, as well as procedural changes to limit civilian harm.

CNN reported Thursday afternoon that the Israeli security cabinet has approved the reopening of the Erez crossing between Israel and the northern Gaza strip, according to an Israeli official, in order to allow more humanitarian aid into the enclave.

Speaking in Brussels after the call, Secretary of State Antony Blinken made the stakes clear: “If we don’t see the changes that we need to see, there’ll be changes in our own policy,” he said. However, neither Blinken nor National Security Council spokesman John Kirby, speaking later at the White House press briefing, detailed what those potential policy changes could be.

Kirby said the US “would hope to see some announcements of changes here in the coming hours and days – and I’ll leave it at that.”

Biden did not lay out the specifics of how he would consider shifting US policy during the call if Israel doesn’t make changes in its handling of the war in Gaza, speaking instead in the same broad strokes reflected in the White House readout of the call that concrete “changes” needed to be made, the senior administration official said. …


  1. deze MN bee says

    Gaza is a war zone. Those worthy Kitchen people just shouldn’t be there. Gazians (except for Hamas) should be out the door into the adjacent arabic countries. The pressure should be on Egypt etc. to act in a human-like manner rather than keeping Gazians like flies in sealed bottle buzzing insanely and going nowhere in a desert sun

  2. Ian says

    Not only will Hamas survive, but regroup, grow, declare victory, and then attack again. The IDF is a noble and moral military force. Those who erred (even on the side of caution) will be held accountable – regardless of rank. This is part of Biden’s plan to force Netanyahu out of office. But I think it is a fool’s errand to believe any other Israeli Prime Minister will prosecute this war much differently.

  3. dunk says

    Theft, abduction used to be punishable by law in the west.
    What the west build over the centuries is gradually being destroyed by half backed academics,once upon a time it was the workers livelihood,to days smart asses do not give damn about the workers which was the problem in the 19th century Read your bloody Marx what timewhat year

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