US President Donald Trumps ‘deal of the century’ offers what all the previous summits, road maps and conferences attempted: for the Muslims to accept the status quo and give up any claims. The fact that both the Zionist entity and US presidents face impeachment, fraud and electoral polls is not lost upon anyone.
President Trump on Tuesday 29th January unveiled details of his long-touted deal of the century for Palestine. Trump’s announcement of the deal, flanked by the Zionist Prime Minister, and with no Palestinians present was very revealing. The US published its strategic document ‘peace to prosperity,’ that contained conceptual maps showing the Zionist entity what a future Palestinian state would look like. The document was prepared without any Palestinian input.
The response to the Trump and Netanyahu deal has been very mixed. Palestinian groups, leaders and the Zionist entity’s security establishment all condemned the proposal.
So what is the deal of the century?
The deal being offered is the codification of the Zionist position, it in no way is a serious proposal for negotiated peace. On all the major issues such as security, territory, refugees and Jerusalem, the Trump administration is telling the Palestinians that their long-standing demands require them to recognise they have lost this conflict and accept the realities that have been established on the ground.
The Trump deal of the century requires the Muslims of Palestine, who were expelled from their homes acquiescing to Zionist annexation of large parts of the West Bank and Jordan Valley. Palestinians must forgo even symbolic refugee returns to their homes, accepting an embassy only in the remote outskirts of Jerusalem, which the Zionist entity would control as an “undivided” city, giving the Zionists the sole right to determine when, if ever, Palestinians can take charge of their own security and the right to reoccupy Palestinian territory if its own security is threatened.
This is the new Palestinian state being offered as the deal of the century.
The purpose of the cursed “deal of the century” is to end the conflict between the Arabs and the Jews, without resolving it. It aims are no different to all the road maps, camp David agreements and summits to make the Zionists a permanent part of the region. In order to do so, normalisation must occur between the Muslims and the Zionists by means of bribes presented in the form of investments and an economic deal. They are replacing the political side of the Palestinian cause with the economic side, exchanging cash and economic development for the politics.
The US based think tank, Council of Foreign Relations highlighted: “It was not surprising that Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas immediately rejected the plan. Trump’s decisions to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, recognise Israeli annexation of the Golan Heights, close the US Diplomatic Mission to the Palestinians in Jerusalem, and make harsh cuts to US humanitarian assistance for Palestinians. It’s hard to see Palestinians responding favourably to a plan that they had no input on, leans so heavily toward Israeli positions, and was presented in Washington by Trump alongside Netanyahu with no Palestinians in sight.”
Despite the condemnation of the deal for being so one-sided it has received overwhelming support from Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Bahrain, Qatar and Morocco, who endorsed the deal before it was even announced. They championed the deal even though they were not involved or party to its content.
The alliance between Gulf nations and the Zionist entity has been developing over the past two decades with informal intelligence-sharing and limited security cooperation over terrorist threats and Iranian proxies. They alongside Saudi Arabia have normalised the presence of the Zionsits entity in the region, they have now even stopped their rhetoric against the Zionist entity.
The only people against the deal are the Muslim public, who once again have refused to accept the status quo, despite their rulers abandoning them and maintaining relations with the Zionist entity.
Whilst the US agenda has always been to support the Zionist entity as a means to achieve its strategic agenda in the region, the timing of the plan’s release appears to have more to do with Zionist and US domestic politics than with the administration’s belief that the moment is ripe to launch it. Senior US administration officials have been saying for almost two years that the plan was essentially complete. It seems more than coincidental that it was released on the very day that Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted on fraud and corruption charges while Trump is undergoing impeachment hearings; both are also in the midst of electoral campaigns. The release of the plan now could help Netanyahu, by changing the subject in the Zionist entity from the corruption allegations he is facing to the issue of security. Trump will do all he can to distract from his impeachment trial.
Once again Muslim land is being played with by foreign nations for their own narrow agenda. The Muslim rulers once again sat in line when Jared Kushner, Trumps son-in-law visited them all previously and told them they will not be party to the negotiations but will be accepting it.
The outcome of the deal will likely be the same as all the agreements before it, destined to fail.