Warm Southern Breeze

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Trump Signs Peace Deal With Nations Not At War

Posted by Warm Southern Breeze on Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Not to worry.

It’s just another episode of the Trump Surreality Show.

You haven’t missed anything.

“We say enough to our conflict, after years of not fighting each other, finally we’ll bring calm to Dubai’s surrounding areas,” the Netanyahu character sarcastically begins.

The opening line derided the fact that the so-called “peace deal” was in fact between two countries who had never been at war.

“Unlike Begin, I didn’t compromise on anything,” the Israeli figure continues, referring to former Prime Minister Menachem Begin signing a peace treaty with Egyptian president Anwar Sadat in 1979.

If you really want to know what people think about their politics, and (mis)leaders, look at their humor.

So, here’s what Israelis think about the not-really-a-peace deal the Carnival Barker in Chief manipulated today.

It’s just another made-for-teevee production of the Trumpanzee surreality show.

You’re being manipulated by the Manipulator in Chief.

It’s all just a joke, and the yolks on you.


For MORE non-sarcastic commentary from Israel, read on.

White House Ceremony for Historic Gulf Accords Fetes ‘Peace of the Knaves’

Dramatic breakthrough engineered by unscrupulous Trump and Netanyahu in collaboration with two of the world’s most repressive regimes


Iron Chancellor Otto von Bismarck is credited with the famous quote “If you like laws and sausages you never should watch either one being made,” which in all probability is applicable to the agreements about to be signed at the White House between Israel, Bahrain and the United Arab Emirates. For all those seeking to regale in the historic Middle East breakthrough, the less they know about the backroom deals that facilitated the accords, the better. —MORE—

Israel Signs Important Peace Deal That Ended No War

Netanyahu’s references to the ‘wounds of war’ at the ceremony sound out of place since blood was not spilled with Gulf States


WASHINGTON – If an alien had landed on the White House South Lawn on Tuesday during the signing of the peace agreements in the Middle East, he would have certainly thought this was the end of a long and bloody war. The rhetoric in the speeches, the strange Hollywood-like music, the trumpets, the general pathos, all screamed historic peace agreement. But where and with whom was this war? Certainly not with the Gulf states.

In this surrealistic scene, the representatives of four countries gathered – the United States, Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain – to sign agreements and declarations of peace, which, as important and groundbreaking as they may be, and in many ways they certainly are, they did not end any actual bloody war. “Those who bear the wounds of war cherish the blessings of peace,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared. And he is right. But the wounds did not end on Tuesday. —MORE—

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