February 16, 2017

Media Party overlook “big deal” at Trump-Netanyahu press conference

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

If you watched President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's joint press conference yesterday, you likely noticed a distinct change in tone and warmth compared to Justin Trudeau’s visit with Trump earlier in the week. 

It should come as no surprise since Trump and Netanyahu have had a personal relationship that dates back years. And if you watched Trump during the campaign, despite what the dishonest media tried to suggest, he remained consistent in his love of Israel, the Jewish people and determined to defend and strengthen the political and military alliance between the US and Israel.

While the US Media Party was upset over which networks and publications were being chosen to ask questions at Trump press conferences, a major change or hinted change in US policy towards peace and a two state solution was in the responses Trump and Netanyahu gave and what appears to be a grand bargain, or “the big deal” as Trump put it.

A Middle East peace deal that includes more than just the Israelis and the Palestinians.

Watch as I review what conditions and events have led to the remarkable statement made by Netanyahu about Arab partners.

The threat of Iran, their influence, and their pursuit of a nuclear arsenal has become not only a threat to the Jewish state they threaten to wipe off the map, but a threat to the Sunni Arab nations as well.

And Iran is Russia’s greatest ally, so if the US and the Sunni Arab states can limit Iran’s power and growth, they can push back against the expanding Russian presence in the region as well and that is something that has all these journalists and liberals freaking out over Russia and Putin, quite pleased.

But of course that doesn’t account for any Trump Derangement Syndrome.

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commented 2017-02-19 00:23:31 -0500
Dennis; the so-called palestinians are not looking for their own cute little state nor is jobs their top desire. They have never nor will ever except Israel as a Jewish state or its right to exist. They have however excepted the existence of Israel but that is a huge difference. None of the maps in their school text books even show Israel. Trying to solve this puzzle has befuddled all leaders. It will be the same for President Trump.
commented 2017-02-18 03:34:52 -0500
Yet, the media still blames trump for the rise of anti semitism.
commented 2017-02-18 02:01:59 -0500
I have an inkling that a deal with the Palestinians may be coming given the players involved. It is the same feeling I had that Trump would win the Presidency. I won a bet on the Trump election and I rarely bet. I would take a bet on a deal with the Pals but would require odds (because anti semitism is a very hard variable to factor into the equation). I am effectively betting that economics will “trump” anti semitism but not sure of it (parden the pun).
commented 2017-02-17 18:04:49 -0500
Iran is going to be taken out , but not by the Anglo west , no , it will be a more organized stronger militarized European Union , lead by Germany that will flatten Iran and their allies
commented 2017-02-17 13:45:07 -0500
Trudeau : nothing good to say and the sooner that Accidental, Hateful, Elitist Government is gone, the Better! 🔥❤️🔥

BRUCE CLARK commented 1 hour ago
Netanyahu, A man and warrior. Trudeau…. fill in the blanks.
commented 2017-02-17 13:17:31 -0500
One augmentation, Chris. The Kremlin is weighing its options, and frankly it is coming around to the fact that it has more to gain, than lose, by co-operating with Trump.

If the Saudis, with all their baggage, can be seen as being part of calming the Mid East, why can’t the Kremlin have the same role?

Plus, we have this: the current rulers are down to their last chance to prevent the borders in the Mid East changing. If they flub this, then new borders will come to be, and those new leaders will bring about a calming of the Mid East. To what extent the Mid East can be calmed is beyond me, but it can be calmer than it is now.
commented 2017-02-17 12:29:24 -0500
Netanyahu, A man and warrior. Trudeau…. fill in the blanks.
commented 2017-02-17 10:03:17 -0500
Drew said, “Media party was slathering with so much hate for both of them , they missed pretty much everything that was said.”

Isn’t that the truth. The real sad part is that they have no idea how much their hatred clouds their objectivity.
commented 2017-02-17 03:19:24 -0500
Hey Art.. At least the Jews have someplace to flee to, here in Canada unless you have dual citizenship we’re pretty much stuck here right in the mud.!!
commented 2017-02-17 02:41:02 -0500
Media party was slathering with so much hate for both of them , they missed pretty much everything that was said.
commented 2017-02-16 23:38:48 -0500
30,000 Jews emigrated to Israel from Europe in 2015, looks like 2016 is down 12% (nos. aren’t final) but still up 28% over 2014.
commented 2017-02-16 22:51:04 -0500
Hands up class, which NATO “ally” is acting like a beach head for the radical Islamic invasion of Europe? Oh well, I guess all the Jews in Europe are fleeing for Israel. Wait a minute…
commented 2017-02-16 22:31:58 -0500
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 32,829 Attacks, 210,322 Killed, 294,136 Injured that we know of.
commented 2017-02-16 22:30:22 -0500
Thanks Christopher, I almost forgot it was Iranians that flew those planes into the world trade towers. Thanks for the reminder. I almost forgot which Muslim countries were on our side. Thanks again for the reminder. 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8. Iranians are much like Russians, too intelligent with too much potential for their own good and therefore a threat against the American interest. And I politically support Trump and Israel. I guess the Saudi’s and China DO have it all locked up. Oh well, shalom. Oh, and free Hawaii.
commented 2017-02-16 22:29:10 -0500
It’s good to see the USA and Israel friends again.

I wish Canada was a friend to Israel instead of being a friend to every dictator and Muslim Theocracy on the planet that is anti-Semitic.