Aide Claims Bibi “Accepts” Biden’s Ceasefire Plan

Well, I don’t believe this at all.

From the beginning, my assertion regarding this “war” in Gaza is that it was simply a springboard for a larger Middle East war. The Jews want to clean out all of their enemies in one fell swoop. Their biggest enemy is Iran, and they want to force the US into a war with Iran.

That said, Gaza doesn’t really matter that much to them at this point. In the future, they can just blockade Gaza and starve everyone to death. After the war gets started with Iran, no one will be paying any attention to what is happening in Gaza, and they can just do whatever.


An aide to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed on Sunday that Israel had accepted a framework deal for winding down the Gaza war now being advanced by U.S. President Joe Biden, though he described it as flawed and in need of much more work.

In an interview with Britain’s Sunday Times, Ophir Falk, chief foreign policy advisor to Netanyahu, said Biden’s proposal was “a deal we agreed to — it’s not a good deal but we dearly want the hostages released, all of them”.

There are a lot of details to be worked out,” he said, adding that Israeli conditions, including “the release of the hostages and the destruction of Hamas as a genocidal terrorist organisation” have not changed.

Both of those things can’t happen.

The only way to “destroy Hamas” is to kill everyone in Gaza, including the hostages.

It’s a “pick one” situation.

Biden, whose initial lockstep support for Israel’s offensive has given way to open censure of the operation’s high civilian death toll, on Friday aired what he described as a three-phase plan submitted by the Netanyahu government to end the war.

The first phase entails a truce and the return of some hostages held by Hamas, after which the sides would negotiate on an open-ended cessation of hostilities for a second phase in which remaining live captives would go free, Biden said.

That sequencing appears to imply that Hamas would continue to play a role in incremental arrangements mediated by Egypt and Qatar – a potential clash with Israel’s determination to resume the campaign to eliminate the Iranian-backed Islamist group.

Okay, so.

Yes, it is possible that they could agree to a deal, and then come up with an excuse to attack Lebanon.

That’s possible.

No one knows the specific stages this process is going to go through, but we all know that it is going to end with a war with Iran.