French Crypto-Jewish President, Nicolas Sarkozy’s minister of foreign and European affairs, Alain Juppé, has recently met both Benji Netanyahu and Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas to revive the US-EU failed peace initiative in order to kill the possible Abbas’ move at United Nations General Assembly in September 2011, asking for the recognition of a Palestinian State based on 1967 borders.
Alain Juppé told Netanyahu that both Paris and Washington are committed to an agreement on parameters (recognition of Israel as a ‘Jewish state’) must be in place before talks between Netanyahu and Abbas can start.
On June 6, 2011 – addressing a gathering at powerful Jewish think tank, Brookings Institute – Alain Juppé told the audience how Sarkozy along with Hillary Clington plan to hijack the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ and derail Abbas’ plan to request UN recognition of Palestinian state.
After, spilling his Zionist beans on Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya, Yemen and Iran – he played music to ears of his Jewish audience.
“The hopes of the Palestinians are no less legitimate than those expressed through the Arab Spring. And Israel, which has the right to live in security and peace, must further extend its hand, so that the evolution in the Arab world continues with it and not against it.
The fulfillment of the peace process will make it possible to usher in a new era of security and stability in the region, helping, in turn, a way from the extremism and fundamentalism that has long flourished in the absence of progress and Palestinian rights. The current situation gives rise to two observations.
The first, which we share with the United States, is that the status quo is more untenable than ever, particularly in the context of the Arab spring. Time is not on the side of peace.
And the second observation is that the Palestinian Diplomatic Initiative at the U.N. this September is clearly fraught with the risk of polarization and deadlock. We ourselves have not yet reached a decision on this subject.
From this I conclude that we must do everything we can to try and revive the credible prospect of a solution as quickly as possible. There is no alternative to a negotiated solution. We must promote a swift resumption of direct negotiation, notably taking into account the approaches mentioned in President Obama’s speech, to implement the two-state solution, to which there is no alternative.
1. This negotiation would first deal with security and border issues on the basis of the 1967 borders with agreed upon land swaps.
2. We would deal with Jerusalem and refugees. These talks must not exceed one year.”
And finally, the music to the Zionazi cheering crowed:
“As for Palestinian reconciliation, I realize that elicits conflicting reactions. But how can we imagine that a peace agreement would be respected and would guarantee world security if not all Palestinians were to adhere to it? For our part we believe that this reconciliation could represent a chance for peace. That will be the case if it leaves Hamas to evolve in response to our expectation and our demands. An important initial step could be for the National Unity Government to agree to reject violence and to clearly open peace negotiations with Israel, under the authority of Mahmoud Abbas, based on the principle we hold dear”.