Alex Spillius wrote in British daily Telegraph on September 30, 2010 that Ben Obama has sent a letter to Benji Netanyahu outlining assurances on peace talks.
David Makovsky, an analyst with the Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP), a think tank of Israel Lobby (AIPAC) headed by Martin Indyk, former US Jew ambassador to Tel Aviv – wrote that a draft letter was agreed between Ehud Barak, the Israeli defence minister, and Yitzhak Molcho, the chief Israeli negotiator.
According to the leaked information, Ben Obama gave the following assurances to Benj Netanyahu:
1. The future of the (illegal) Jewish settlements recently implanted in the Palestinian Territories would not be decided prior to the negotiations, but would be discussed in the course of the negotiations.
2. The United States will veto every resolution proposal concerning Israel, regardless of its origin, for the duration of the negotiations, set to last for one year.
3. Washington recognizes the legitimacy of Israel’s security demands and will not try to modify them. US annual military aid to Israel, currently at 3 billion dollars, would be increased and Tel-Aviv could have acces to new weapons and surveillance systems, including satellite surveillance.
In other words, the Zionazis just have to sit across the table with the un-elected politicians of Palestinians to gain all the above additional benefits.
The two-state solution, defended by Ben Obama at the UN, does not mean that they will share the same rights. On the contrary, the territory of the future Palestinian state will be regarded as an extension of Israel’s strategic depth. Consequently, the Palestinian State will be unable to have its own army and will be required to open its territory at the behest of the Israeli army. Under such conditions, the Palestinian State will be nothing but a fiction, similar to the South African Bantustan of the Apartheid era; in other words, a legal screen allowing the continuation of an apartheid system between Palestinians and Israelis while preserving Israel from criticism. Finally, with the moratorium lasting only two months and with Israel having total impunity, each extension of the moratorium will be to the detriment of the Palestinians, who will be compelled to make a further concession each time in order to obtain respect for their rights.
Like every previous ‘peace negotiation’, the current negotiations have been geared towards yielding new ground to Israel and not towards achieving peace.