Left-wing Zionists and Zionist puppets in America in particular can often be heard proposing what they call a “two-state solution” to the Israeli-Palestinian question—but the new deputy defense minister of the Zionist state has let it slip that not even this compromise is under consideration.
In an interview with the Jewish media outlet, The Times of Israel, Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon said that “Israel’s ruling party and the governing coalition are staunchly opposed to a two-state solution and would block the creation of a Palestinian state if such a proposal ever came to a vote.”
Danon’s unequivocal statement—unusual for the Zionist Supremacist double-talkers—means that the “left wing” Zionist apologists and their apologists who argue that a “two state solution” is on the cards, are either part of a conspiracy of lies or that they are incredibly stupid.
It is unlikely that they are incredibly stupid, as the facts of the situation in Palestine today—and for the past several decades—all indicate that no Zionist government has ever actually allowed to make progress towards a “two state” solution.
As Danon was quoted in the Times of Israel: “Look at the government: there was never a government discussion, resolution or vote about the two-state solution.
“If you will bring it to a vote in the government — nobody will bring it to a vote, it’s not smart to do it — but if you bring it to a vote, you will see the majority of Likud ministers, along with the Jewish Home [party], will be against it.”
Danon added that the only reason why the Israeli government ever bothered calling for peace talks with the Palestinians was because they knew that there never would an agreement.
According to the Times of Israel, Danon said “Netanyahu calls for peace talks despite his government’s opposition because he knows Israel will never arrive at an agreement with the Palestinians.
“Today we’re not fighting it [Netanyahu’s declared goal of a Palestinian state], but if there will be a move to promote a two-state solution, you will see forces blocking it within the party and the government,” Danon said.
The deputy minister said “there is no majority for a two-state solution” among the 31 lawmakers that make up the Likud-Yisrael Beytenu Knesset faction.
The Likud party’s central committee, about 10 years ago, passed a motion against the creation of a Palestinian state, Danon said, adding that “legally” the party was opposed to the concept of two states for two people.
In other words, the only reason why the Zionists even call for talks with the Palestinians is because they know that they will never reach any permanent settlement—and that it is just a blind to try and deflect attention away from the fact that the Palestinians have been robbed of their land and possessions.