Come home, Tony

One might detect an ambivalence about Israel’s defense of itself in Biden National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s reticence to comment about Operation Arnon. That would be a mistake. There is no ambivalence Sullivan’s reticence masks Biden’s promotion of Israel’s capitulation to Hamas.

The promotion of Israel’s capitulation is also evident in the draft United Nations Security Council resolution Biden’s foreign policy apparat is working up. Noah Pollak explains all in this thread.

To the same point Secretary of State Blinken returns to <"https://www.jns.org/blinken-arriving-in-israel-to-push-bidens-ceasefire/">>Israel and elsewhere in the Middle East this week. He is a one-man wrecking ball who puts me in mind of George McGovern’s 1972 presidential campaign theme. McGovern’s mantra was “Come home, America.” Mine is “Come home, Tony” or, perhaps more aptly, “Stay home, Tony.”

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