Slum Lord Kushner Pretends Trump Regime Toughness on Palestinians Improves Peace Prospectsby Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)
Notorious Trump son-in-law, slumlord, Middle East no-peace/peace envoy Jared Kushner is as dismissive of Palestinian rights as he is of low-income tenants in buildings his predatory real estate firm owns/and or manages.
An orthodox Jewish extremist, he’s one-sidedly biased for Israel, disdaining fundamental Palestinian rights in service to apartheid Jewish state ruthlessness.
Along with Jason Greenblatt, he’s involved in negotiating Israeli/Palestinian no-peace/peace talks, a colossal hoax each time initiated.
All along it’s sought unconditional Palestinian surrender, the US and Israel demanding everything, offering nothing in return but empty promises.
Generation-ago Oslo was the centerpiece of deception, a Palestinian Versailles. It affirmed a vaguely defined negotiating process. No fixed timeline or outcome were specified.
Israeli officials obstructed and delayed, refusing to make concessions, systematically stealing Palestinian land for settlement development, wanting it all except for worthless, cantonized scrubland.
Palestinians got nothing for renouncing armed struggle, recognizing Israel’s right to exist, and agreeing to leave major unresolved issues for later final status talks. They’re still waiting 25 years later.
Major issues include an independent sovereign Palestine free from occupation, the right of return, settlements, borders, water rights, and East Jerusalem as exclusive Palestinian territory and future capital.
Pre-and-post-Oslo, US and Israeli regimes demanded everything from Palestinians in return for nothing.
Trump, Netanyahu, Kushner, Greenblatt, and US envoy to Israel David Friedman want the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNWRA) eliminated – supplying vital humanitarian aid to millions of needy Palestinian refugees.
Days after Trump disgracefully closed the PLO mission in Washington, Kushner defended regime toughness in deference to Israel.
He turned truth on its head, claiming chances for consummating a no-peace/peace deal remain undiminished.
On September 13, Oslo’s 25th anniversary, a Nakba 2.0, a day that will live in infamy, commemorated by no one in Occupied Palestine except settlers and Israeli collaborators, Kushner turned truth on its head, claiming:
Hardline Trump regime policies improved chances for Israeli/Palestinian peace. “There were too many false realities…that…needed to be change,” he roared, adding:
“All we’re doing is dealing with things as we see them and not being scared out of doing the right thing (sic). I think, as a result, you have a much higher chance of actually achieving a real peace.”
Reality on the ground is polar opposite his distorted remarks. Trump’s so-called “deal of the century,” was dead pre-arrival.
His extremist policies put peace further out of reach than ever before since Israel stole 78% of historic Palestine in 1948, taking the rest in June 1967.
Millions of Palestinians, including Israeli Arab citizens, are virtual prisoners in their own homeland under vicious apartheid rule, punctuated by daily persecution and wars of aggression at Israel’s discretion.
Kushner and likeminded Ziofascist regime hardliners one-sidedly support Israel, offering Palestinians nothing but endless occupation harshness, long-suffering Gazans harmed most, imprisoned under virtual concentration camp conditions – brutalized and murdered when peacefully protesting for their rights.
The Trump regime no-peace/peace plan is so fatally flawed, it may never see the light of day in its present deplorable form – a scheme no responsible leadership anywhere would accept, all take and no give, all unacceptable demands in return for nothing.
Oslo hypocrisy was followed by a generation of hoped for peace in our time illusion – the US never an honest broker, Ziofascists infesting the Trump regime worst of all since creation of the Jewish state – the region’s greatest threat along with America’s presence.
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