The North Carolina Democrats’ elected officials are expected to help end the U.S. Gov’t role in fueling the animosity between the Israelis and Palestinians by ending Israel’s “illegal” occupation and by promoting a Palestinian state and its membership in the United Nations.
It seems that the North Carolina Democratic Party is deviating from Obama’s prototype for supporting Israel. At last week’s party convention, a proposal rebuking Israel’s “illegal occupation of Palestine” was seriously deliberated.
However, when the debate came to a standstill, the representatives decided to push off the idea; but, don’t be mistaken, they pushed it off and did not reject it
This 26th resolution has been named, “Bring a Just Peace to the Middle East: Israel and Palestine.” It admonishes the United States for assisting Israel with “$3 billion annually in military aid.” The North Carolina Democrats felt that the American money pays for “the Israeli occupation, disenfranchisement and impoverishment of significant number of the Palestinian population…,” and for the acceleration of “Israel’s overwhelming military might and its role as the only nuclear power.” They also claim that America’s help “has caused increased violence and insecurity to Israelis and Palestinians and help subvert any prospect for peace.”
The North Carolina Democrats’ elected officials are expected to help end the United States government’s role in fueling the animosity between the Israelis and Palestinians by ensuring that the human rights of both groups are validated in the US foreign policy. They hope to achieve this by ending Israel’s “illegal” occupation and by promoting a Palestinian state and its membership in the United Nations.
The group also advocates that their representatives bring all involved parties, including terrorist group, Hamas into peace negotiations, ends to the Palestinian house demolitions and to the Gaza blockade, and fund economic development in Israel and Palestine instead of Israel’s military and nuclear weapon development.
Until now these malicious intentions have not been publicized. However, North Carolina is “up forgrabs” in the 2012 elections; Mitt Romney is holding an inconsequential 2 percent lead in NC citizen support.
The Democratic Party national convention will be held in Charlotte this year. It is likely that their anti-Semitic views will be publicized by the high media coverage of the event. The probable ramifications of this will affect people far beyond the state boundaries.
Is there a more direct way for the North Carolina Democratic Party to express their abhorrent disdain for Israel and the Jewish nation?
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