Former Secretary of State John Kerry’s own words came back to haunt him this week when footage surfaced on the internet of the Democrat saying there can be no “separate peace” between Israel and the Arab World.
“There will be no separate peace between Israel and the Arab World. I want to make that very clear. I’ve heard several politicians in Israel say ‘Well the Arab World is in a different place now. We just have to reach out to them and we can work out some things with the Arab World, then we’ll deal with the Palestinians. No, no, no, no, no!” said Kerry.
Arrogant, condescending, and WRONG. pic.twitter.com/U2695rt9OO
— Yoram Hazony (@yhazony) September 17, 2020
“I can tell you that. There will be no advanced and separate peace with the Arab World without the Palestinian process, the Palestinian peace. Everyone needs to understand that. That is a hard reality,” he added.
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CLIMATE TO BLAME? John Kerry Says ‘Absolutely, Definitively’ a Link Between Pandemic and ‘Climate Crisis’
Former Secretary of State John Kerry linked the deadly Coronavirus pandemic and climate change during an interview with the Washington Post Wednesday; saying there was “absolutely” a connection between the two issues.
“We don’t have a direct link that says Coronavirus started because of climate change. That’s correct, we don’t know that,” admitted Kerry.
— Washington Post Live (@postlive) April 22, 2020
“But where there is a link, absolutely, definitively, there is a link. Pandemics will move more rapidly, disease will be carried more easily around the world as we warm, and as populations are dislocated because of climate crisis. That’s one link,” he added.
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DEEP STATE DEPARTMENT: John Kerry BRIEFED on ‘Trump Dossier’ in 2016
Former Secretary of State John Kerry was reportedly briefed on the infamous ‘Trump Dossier’ in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, raising new and alarming questions over the relationship between former British spy Christopher Steele and the Obama administration as Americans headed to the polls.
According to the Washington Post, John Kerry was the last senior Obama official to review the salacious material in “late 2016,” adding that “It’s not uncommon for private consulting or intelligence reports to be consumed by State Department officials.”
“There’s nothing nefarious about the State Department accepting material from Steele from 2014 to 2016,” writes the Post. “At that time, he was a well-respected former intelligence official from an allied country with deep experience in Russia. Officials couldn’t have known that Steele would become controversial for reporting on Trump, because that hadn’t happened yet.”
The left-leaning newspaper was commenting on a recent report from the Washington Examiner detailing the relationship between Fusion GPS, Christopher Steele, and the Trump Dossier to former President Barack Obama’s State Department.
“They’re also seeking to learn what individual State Department officials did in relation to Steele, and whether there were any contacts between the State Department and the FBI or Justice Department concerning the anti-Trump material,” wrote the Examiner.