February 27, 2019
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Jared Kushner has been put in charge of the Middle East peace plan of the Trump Administration.
He is in the region currently, and spoke to Sky News about his plans.
What we focused on is not as much the issues, uh, which we are focused on extensively, but also what’s holding back the Palestinian people from achieving their full potential and what’s holding back the Israeli people from being able to integrate with the whole region. And I think if you look at this whole region today, you have so much opportunity, but you also have some major threats. So by bringing everyone together, we are hopeful that they’ll be able to achieve a new paradigm.
I think the economic impact could be felt throughout the entire region. By the Jordanians, the Egyptians, the Lebanese – because if you can get people we have integrated. The political plan, which is very detailed, is really about establishing borders and resolving final status issues. But, in order to eh, you, the goal of resolving these borders is really to eliminate the borders. And so, if you can eliminate borders and have peace, less fear of terror, you could have freer flow of goods, freer flow of people, and that will create a lot more opportunities.
Now, it goes without say that this is one awkward, uncomfortable Jew.
But what is he actually saying here?
He’s going to eliminate the borders of Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Lebanon.
That is to say he’s going to create a borderless region – a kingdom, if you will – from the Nile to the Euphrates.
I don’t know what else to say here – this is clearly what Jared Kushner is explaining his plan as, and no one is going to say it because “Greater Israel” is considered a conspiracy theory. Even while it is openly talked about by Jews, they chant “Nile to the Euphrates” at Jew nationalist rallies and they even had an official political party promoting it and releasing extremely ambitious maps.
People must have thought it was strange when he said that he is going to establish borders by removing borders. They must have also thought it strange when he said he was going to integrate Jews into the entire region. The only context in which those two things make sense is in the context of Greater Israel.
It is important to understand that they are not planning to remove the population of Arabs from these areas. They haven’t even removed the population of Arabs from Israel proper. A quarter of the population of the official internationally recognized “state of Israel” is Arab. What they want is Jewish rule over all of territories that Yahweh promised them between the two rivers, under a Jewish religious government. This fulfills their prophecies of an Antichrist Jew ruling from a kingdom in this region.
Demolishing borders, opening up free trade, allowing for free movement, would be the first step in this plan.
This is what Jared Kushner is talking about. His bizarre words don’t make sense in any other context.