Palestine and Israel – God’s Plan

1A – Borders Currently Confirmed. The borders of Palestine and Israel are all the currently confirmed borders of all surrounding existing countries, such as Egypt, Jordan etc. plus the sea and air-space as recognized by those nations (according to the United Nation’s rules and regulations, applying one to all recognized nations). Those are the borders of Palestine and Israel.

2B – Dividing The Land. Fifty-fifty. Contiguous. The history no longer matters. The group, all the groups, no longer matter. The individual and the masses are and will be the only focus. All land not a part of any surrounding country gets divided fifty-fifty.

3C – The Right Of Return. Every refugee or family or friends of refugees are allowed to return to any place inside those currently confirmed borders, but they need to pay their own way, and pay to rent a dwelling or purchase a piece of land and/or dwelling at fair market prices determined by the governing forces of Palestine and Israel.

Palestine decides how many states they want under the Federal umbrella of Palestine (one or more). Each state must be contiguous.

4D – Capital. Jerusalem belongs to the world. The world owns Jerusalem. A non-military zone. The land of Jerusalem is owned separately by an International Assembly of Cultural Peoples, for the Advancement of the Five Principles.  Democratically elected members of the International Assembly will govern Jerusalem.

Jerusalem is nobody’s capital city. Tel Aviv can move anywhere within it’s fifty percent borders. Palestine can make their capital anywhere within it’s fifty percent borders.

Now you have two countries living side by side, each with a capital city, each with their own governments, each with air and sea space that they control as facilitators of commerce. And the world owns Jerusalem.

PALESTINE WINS AS UNITED NATIONS SPEAKS IN DEMOCRATIC VOICE

The world will know, and never forget, which countries voted against freedom for oppressed people, when votes are cast today at the United Nations General Assembly, for or against, non-member observer status for Palestine.

No person or group on the face of the planet should ever be required to negotiate with their oppressors for their freedom. Peace will come for the Palestinian people when the world recognizes their right to be free, thus, with that backing, allow the Palestinians to enter into more substantive peace talks with a neighbor, Israel, who has thus far denied them their God-given freedom rights.

The USA, my country, will today lose all credibility in waging their forever wars around the globe under the guise of wanting to set oppressed peoples free from tyranny, when they cast their ‘nay’ vote for Palestinians desiring to achieve peace through legal, non-violent means.

Israel has yet to recognize Palestine’s right to exist.

It is the responsibility, thus duty, for the oppressor, Israel, to recognize the oppressed, Palestine’s right to exist.

Members from Israel’s Knesset flew to the United Nations to stand out in front of this prestigious international body to burn the Palestinian flag, stating that they did not want a Palestinian state. These Knesset members, part of the Israeli governing body, were representing the Israeli government and the Israeli people. They were subsequently stopped by police on hand for the event. This is yet another example of Israel’s lack of respect for world opinion, world order, and the desire of oppressed people to be recognized as having the international legal right to be free from oppression.

The USA stood arm and arm with Israel in hopes of thwarting this democratic process in the United Nations General Assembly. History has been made, however, and those who stood on the side of a democratic process and on the side of oppressed peoples everywhere will be remembered for doing the only right thing. The United States, Israel and every other country that cast a ‘nay’ vote will be remembered, not for facilitating democracy and peace, but will be seen as a never-ending cancerous obstacle to both. The days of badgering behind closed doors with threats of aid-cutting, blackmail and extortion are coming to an end. It didn’t work.

Today I stand proud with all the oppressed people of the world. There is Hope. And where there is hope, no matter how powerful the dissenting nations and peoples of those dissenting nations, a peoples’ aspirations for a better life will not be snuffed out.