frustration; frus·tra·tion |frəs-ˈtrā-shən | a feeling of anger or annoyance caused by being unable to do something : the state of being frustrated : something that causes feelings of anger and annoyance : something that frustrates someone : the act of preventing the success of something : the act of frustrating something
Vice President Joe Biden acknowledged “overwhelming frustration” with Israel’s government and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s administration, is only the result of the Vice President's poor performance in the diplomatic arena. This is not the misdeed of our government or our prime minister. Biden, as well as his boss Obama, simply have nothing to bring to the table that would make any of their demands on us work in the best interest of either party, us or the Palestinians.
Biden, in a speech to J Street, offered a grim outlook for peace efforts, reflecting dim hopes for progress during the remainder of the Obama administration. He said, it raised “profound questions” about how Israel could remain both Jewish and democratic. There are Christian nations that are successfully Democratic, just as Israel is. The present US administration is simply not qualified to be a part of the international landscape. It has failed in Egypt, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Cuba, Russia, Venezuela, Israel, the Palestinians and the list keeps going on.
Biden, said he is discouraged about prospects for peace anytime soon. This is the consequence of Biden who is simply not up to the job and should not be involved in this dispute. The ball is only in Israel's court, it alone can put these issues to rest and without anybody's help.
Bibi Netanyahu has offered time and time again to sit down without preconditions and negotiate peace with the Palestinians. Biden, omitted in his J Street speech, that it is the Palestinians’ long standing practice of rejecting Israeli peace offers that only serves to fuel the flames of criticism against Israel. Biden is just not qualified for the task and must be kept out of all our domestic and foreign affairs.
We do not have to keep entertaining world leaders. We can put this issue well behind us, on our own and without anybody's help. We do not have to answer to anybody. It is not important to us what anybody thinks. So, just stop quoting, Joe Biden, Obama, Federica Mogherini, Roger Waters, Jimmy Carter, John Kerry, Ban Ki-moon, Francois Hollande, Jeremy Corbyn, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Josh Earnest, John Kirby and everybody else that is out there! They can't play with us, they just do not make the cut. We can get the job done in a faction of the time, if we just stop attending to them.
We do not have to keep defending our legitimacy there are International Laws that do just that. Much of what is going on, on college campus' is the result of lack of Jewish education, awareness, recognition of our contributions, and the good we bring to the world. Once we can get our message across campus, there will be less anti Israel segments in academia. We need more insights on Israeli society, culture, enterprise and Judaism not just on college campus' but in the media as well.
The reality is, the US Government must respect the will of the Israeli people, whom overwhelmingly reelected a Netanyahu government. Settlement building will continue. The US doesn't need to interfere in its development in Judea or Samaria and in Israel's own agenda for reaching a solution for peace with its neighbors.
Why give the PA President a platform to speak, when he has repeatedly reiterated his strong opposition to recognize Israel as a Jewish State, and when he rewards and incites terrorists? He is not our partner in peace.
So, stop all the quotes of all those that are bashing us and start address the issues that concern us most like, Climate Change, Ebola, Poverty, Economic Collapse, Racism, Environment, Hunger, Nutrition, Malnutrition, Aging, Agriculture, Syria, Oil, Water Shortages, Species Extinction, Literacy, Gender Equality, Income Inequality, Social and Political Unrest. The UN is not going to address this, as always it is left to us to make the world a better place.
The number of people on the planet is set to rise to 9.7 billion in 2050 with 2 billion aged over 60. This will mean shifting the current focus on treating sick people towards preventing illness and preserving the health of populations. The UN take notice, while you are condemning Israel, the world must feed that 9.7 billion people. The demand for food will be 60% greater than it is today, it will be Israel that will feed and heal the planet with its agricultural medical innovations. The International Labour Organization estimates that more than 200 million people are unemployed globally today. These issues are more important than what every Joe, Jimmy and Federica have to say about us. So, start uploading your Internet posts with what the world needs to hear most. Trust me, the Palestinians can well help themselves, and when they can't Israel alone will help them.