The current Jewish Supremacist puppet in the White House, Barack Obama, will not dare to bring any demands for “peace” or even a “general framework” to the Zionist state when he visits it later this month, his controllers have proudly announced.
Speaking to the Jewish “Times of Israel” after meeting with the chief puppet in Washington DC, sources identified by that news outlet as “several participants in the meeting” said that there was no question of Obama making any demands on Israel.
Jewish groups represented in the meeting included the Jewish Federations of North America, the National Jewish Democratic Council, AIPAC, the Conference of Presidents, the American Jewish Committee, the Reform, Conservative and Orthodox movements, the Anti-Defamation League, B’nai Brith International, the World Jewish Congress, Jewish Women International, National Council of Jewish Women, J Street, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, Hadassah, Americans for Peace Now and the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
Earlier Thursday, Israel’s Channel 10 reported that Obama planned to present a “general framework” for Israeli-Palestinian peace during his visit, quoting what it said were remarks made by the president in the White House briefing.
Accoridng to the Times of Israel, a “source” familiar with the White House’s plans for the trip described the Channel 10 report as “absolutely false.”
The Times of Israel wrote: “The president did invite leaders from across the American Jewish community to discuss and get input about his upcoming trip to Israel. He did not present a framework for peace talks.
“The president reiterated America’s unshakeable support for Israel and thanked the leaders for role they play in strengthening ties between the two nations. The president noted that the trip is not dedicated to resolving a specific policy issue, but is rather an opportunity to consult with the Israeli government about a broad range of issues – including Iran, Syria, the situation in the region, and the peace process. He also underscored that the trip is an opportunity for him to speak directly to the Israeli people about the history, interests, and values that we share.”
The Times of Israel went even further, saying that a “source familiar with what was said at the briefing” said that “the president started off the meeting by saying he has no intention of delivering a peace plan. That was flatly said.”
As for the possibility he will bring a plan down the road, the source said, “There was no discussion about any sort of timeline.”
The White House briefing was meant to be off the record, but the Times of Israel has counted at least 25 Jewish leaders who attended the meeting, with different versions of what was said being reported in the media.
Besides Obama, White House staff in the meeting included Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett, Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communication Ben Rhodes and interim liaison to the Jewish community Zach Kelly.