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  • January 22, 2012

    The GOP formally supports a one-state plan

    By Ted Belman

    The Republican National Committee passed a resolution rejecting a two state solution. This is the key paragraph;

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the members of this body support Israel in their natural and God-given right of self-governance and self-defense upon their own lands, recognizing that Israel is neither an attacking force nor an occupier of the lands of others; and that peace can be afforded the region only through a united Israel governed under one law for all people.

    Do they know what they have just voted for? I am contacting them to find out. Many argue that “one law for all” means citizenship for the Arabs in J&S. Are they including Gaza?



      WHEREAS, Israel has been granted her lands under and through the oldest recorded deed as reported in the Old Testament, a tome of scripture held sacred and reverenced by Jew and Christian, alike, as the acts and words of God; and

      WHEREAS, as the Grantor of said lands, God stated to the Jewish people in the Old Testament; in Leviticus, Chapter 20, Verse 24: “Ye shall inherit their land, and I will give it unto you to possess it, a land that floweth with milk and honey”; and

      WHEREAS, God has never rescinded his grant of said lands; and

      WHEREAS, along with the grant of said lands to the Jewish people, God provided for the non-Jewish residents of the land in commanding that governance must be in one law for all without drawing distinction between Jewish and non-Jewish citizens, as contained in Leviticus 24:22, and

      WHEREAS, the Nation of Israel declared its independent control and governance of said lands on May 14, 1948, with the goal of re-establishing their God-given lands as a homeland for the Jewish people; and

      WHEREAS, the United States of America, having been the first country to recognize Israel as an independent nation and as Israel’s principal Mideast ally, has enjoyed a close and mutually beneficial relationship with Israel and her people; and

      WHEREAS, indeed, Israel is the United States of America’s greatest friend in the Mideast; and

      WHEREAS, the roots of Israel and the roots of the United States of America are so intertwined that it is difficult to separate one from the other under the word and protection of almighty God; and

      WHEREAS, there are those in the Middle East who have sought to destroy Israel from its inception as a nation; and

      WHEREAS, those same enemies of Israel also seek to destroy the United States of America; and

      WHEREAS, the United States of America and the nation of Israel have enjoyed cordial and mutually beneficial relations since 1948, a friendship that should continues to strengthen with each passing year.

      NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Republican Nation Committee that the committee by this resolution commends the nation of Israel for its relations with the United States of America.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the members of this body support Israel in their natural and God-given right of self-governance and self-defense upon their own lands, recognizing that Israel is neither an attacking force nor an occupier of the lands of others; and that peace can be afforded the region only through a united Israel governed under one law for all people.

      BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the Speaker of the House of Representatives and Senate Leadership and each of the legislatures of the states within the United States of America with the request and recommendation of this body that a similar resolution to that stated herein be proposed within their respective bodies.

      Sponsor–Cindy Costa National Committeewoman South Carolina

  • Posted by Ted Belman @ 9:45 am | 13 Comments »

    13 Comments to The GOP formally supports a one-state plan

    1. Ted Belman says:

      I re did this post so read it again.

    2. Laura says:

      Perhaps Newt’s “invented people” comment emboldened the GOP to take this position.

    3. dweller says:

      ” ‘…a united Israel governed under one law for all people.’

      “Do they know what they have just voted for? I am contacting them to find out.

      “Many argue that ‘one law for all’ means citizenship for the Arabs in J&S. Are they including Gaza?”

      At some point they will have to come to understand the distinction between “Civil Rights” and “Political Rights” (i.e., national rights).

      That may not be easy to do.

      America has always been understood (conceptually anyway) to be the country of all its people.

      It is its own nationality

      E pluribus unum, and all that.

    4. Alan says:

      You won’t find the Democrats, even the about-t0-step down faux “Jewish Cowgirl” Gabby Giffords or her brain dead, frizzled hair, self-hating ‘ho and gal pal, the obnoxious Debi Wasserman Shultz, or Chuckie Schumer standing up for Israel in this manner or even having the courage and self-respect to stand up to Obama and tell him where to get off. No, the mouths of the Dems have been choked by Soros’ blood money and those contributions coming in from Obama’s friends in Hamas – or the Drug Cartels…

      I fully concur – this came because the top three Republicans still in the race, Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum love and fully support Israel…and you can’t even call Ron Paul – who should really be running in the DEMOCRATIC primaries against his boyfriend in Jew-hate Obama – a Republican since he’s fully supported by the extreme elements of the Nazi Party and the KKK, not to mention some of the Lefty whackos who’d normally support Obama. The Republican Party which has stood up for America and American values the last 40 years – GETS IT. The Dems, who have been on a downward slide ever since they repudiated the common sense, pro-America values of the Hubert Humphreys and Scoop Jacksons in 1972 – have proven otherwise.

      Any Jew with a thinking brain needs to vote GOP this year. The ones who vote Democrat because of party need to look closely and use their brains and see whom they’re electing. We’ve had three years of Obama’s incompetence, lies, and anti-Semitism. It has been three years TOO LONG for us and for our future, not to mention the security of Israel’s.

    5. Nigel Shaw says:

      As has already been mooted in the Knesset, all Arabs residents should be asked to acknowledge that Israel is a Jewish state and agree to conform to the law of the state.
      Should they decline or prove to be a danger to the state thay should be kicked out of the country.
      If any nations condemn Israel, they should be asked if they would be willing to accept enemies of the state living in their own countries.
      If Israel is accused of ethnic cleansing, I would ask what is wrong with being clean?
      Islam is at war with all non-Muslims, the sooner Israel rises to this challenge and acts accordingly and stops deceiving itself the better.

    6. Vinnie says:

      This is pretty interesting.

      Here’s what I predict:

      Ron Paul will continue to collect delegates. He’s in this race until the finish. He’ll do lousy in some places, not so lousy in others. He knows he cannot get the nomination.

      So, he’s going to bring his delegates to the convention, and threaten to have them walk out, NOT support the nominee, and make a third-party run, IF the RNC doesn’t amend the party platform to his liking.

      How do I know this? I’m not clairevoyant. Check out Kimberly Strassel’s column, “What Ron Paul Wants”, in the January 20 WSJ. He has spelled this out.

      And what part of the platform is me most interested in influencing? The foreign policy platform. He said that, too. That is his primary objective. Beyond that, he is rather vague; some nonsense about restricting the president’s power to declare war without explicit congressional approval, blah blah.

      Now comes MY prediction: He’ll demand that THIS resolution detailed above be rescinded, declared null and void, or at the very least, modified into something completely different and Palestinian-friendly.

      That’s what he’s in this race for.

      All that stuff about “small government”, eliminating the Fed – pretty radical stuff, that latter bit – that’s not really what is motivating him. Never mind this country. Never mind our economy. Just like Obama, HE’S MOST CONCERNED WITH SCREWING ISRAEL.

      Of course, the Republicans will balk, most likely. Depends who is the nominee. If it is Romney, he might play ball with Paul up to a point and offer to compromise by watering this down so that it is meaningless. I could see that with a weasel like Romney.

      If it is Gingrich, Gingrich will tell him to take a hike.

      …Which he will, right into the arms of the “Americans Elect” party that is being put together just for him to jump into this summer. Maybe even sooner, if he gets the impression that he won’t be able to shove his agenda down the party’s throat at the convention (i.e., if Gingrich is able to upset Romney).

      Just watch, everybody.

    7. David Chase says:

      Very interesting. I still really hope that Gingrich beats out Romney for the nomination and tells Ron Paul where to go even if it means he may form a third party. Better to nominate the better candidate and hope for the best than to give in to his insane demands.

    8. bernard ross says:

      The best hope for obama is to split the republican ticket into 2 parties. Soros will probably fund this outcome

    9. bernard ross says:

      It is not ethnic cleansing it is population exchange. The jews have completed their side of the exchange with the flight of jews from arab countries. The illegal creation of jew free jordan on the palestine mandate territory agreed in san remo as the jewish homeland can have only one legal argument for remaining: that it is created to receive the arabs of the former palestine mandate. If not then the existence of the jew free mythical state of Jordan is illegal.

    10. Vinnie says:

      Yeah, so far as I’m aware, nobody seems to know exactly where “Americans Elect” is getting money from. But by all accounts, it is well-funded and organized. Already in something like 34 states and counting, I hear.

      My bet: A combination of Soros and Gulf Arabs. Maybe even Iranian input; would not suprise me, the way Paul talks about Iran.

    11. Isaac says:


      This is a very good start. Add to that, a judge in the State of Georgia has sent a sub-peona to President Obama to appear in court this week to defend the issue of his citizenship and his place of birth. This applies to the State of Georgia only and not to the US.

      It seems that Obama may refuse to go but that is irrelevant as the judge may still rule that his absence may be considered sufficient reason by the judge that he does not want to defend himself and, this is bad, he was NOT born in the US.

    12. Marianne says:

      It means there is only one state of Israel that was ever legal to begin with, and that if the Arabs want to stay there in their host country, they need to get along with the Israelis, or leave.

    13. rongrand says:

      Marianne, you got that right. It’s important the rest of the world and anti-Semites understand it likewise.

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