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“Is the two-state solution dead?”

The two-state solution, a perverse euphemism for carving an Islamic terror state out of the land of Israel and the living flesh of her people, is in trouble. The solution, which has solved nothing except the shortage of graves in Israel and Muslim terrorists in the Middle East, is the object of grave concern by the professionally concerned from Foggy Bottom to Fifth Avenue.

Obama set up his betrayal of Israel at the UN to “save” the two-state solution from Trump. The media warns that David Friedman, Trump’s pick for ambassador, is so pro-Israel that he’ll kill the “solution.”

But you can’t kill something that was never alive.

The two-state solution is a zombie. It can’t be dead because it never lived. It was a rotting shambling corpse of a diplomatic process. If you stood downwind of the proceedings, it looked alive.

Up close there was only blood and death.

Like the Holy Roman Empire, the two-state solution didn’t solve anything and it wasn’t in the business of creating two states. Not unless you count a Hamas state in Gaza and a Fatah state in the West Bank.

What problem was the two-state solution solving?

It wasn’t the problem of terrorism. Turning over land, weapons and power to a bunch of terrorists made for more terrorism. It’s no coincidence that Islamic terrorism worldwide shot up around the same time.

The consequences of giving terrorists their own country to play with were as predictable as taking a power drill to the bottom of a boat or running a toaster in a bubble bath. The least likely outcome of handing guns to homicidal sociopaths was peace. The most likely was murder. And that was as intended.

The problem that the two-state solution was solving was the existence of Israel; the Jewish Problem.

Spray the two-state solution over an irritating country full of Jews who managed to survive multiple Muslim genocides. Apply and wait for as long as it takes until the Jewish Problem is solved again.

The two-state solution didn’t end the violence. It turned it up to eleven. It didn’t even create a Palestinian state. But it did a moderately decent job of solving the Jewish Problem by killing Jews.

It killed thousands of them. It filled cemeteries, ethnically cleansed towns and villages, and brought war to Jerusalem and Tel Aviv for the first time in a generation. It turned terror from an aberration into a routine. It made death into a way of life for the Muslim population controlled by the terrorists and the Jewish population targeted by them. It endangered the existence of Israel for the first time since 1973.

The two-state solution isn’t dead. It is death.

The “solution” has turned children into orphans and left parents weeping at the graves of their daughters. It has sown hilltops with dragon’s teeth of rockets and sent cities fleeing to bomb shelters. It has ushered in an endless age of wars against terrorists who can’t be utterly defeated because that would destroy the two-state solution.

And it can’t get any better. Only worse.

Death is the only thing that the two-state solution has ever accomplished. That’s the only thing that it was meant to accomplish. It’s all that it will ever accomplish.

The two-state solution is a zombie. Its existence has no purpose except death. As long as it goes on moving, it will go on destroying. But, like a zombie, the two-state solution is weak. It’s a slow and shambling thing. It’s absurdly easy to escape it. The only way it can catch you is if you let it.

In the nineties, the two-state solution looked like a living thing. There were negotiations and big plans. There were ceremonies and Nobel prizes being handed out like party favors. There were equally big bombings and mangled body parts smeared along sidewalks and storefronts. But it was easier to listen to another round of peace songs and pay no attention to the ghastly carnage.

But by the oughts, the Muslim settler population in ’67 Israel, for whose benefit the two-state solution had been crafted, made the same “democratic” decision that the Egyptians and other Arab Spring countries would later make. They chose the Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamic law that demands that non-Muslims must surrender and be ruled by Muslims as before. Or be massacred and subjugated.

And then the zombie solution began to rot from the head.

The two-state solution was kept alive by pretending that Hamas had never won. An illegal takeover by Fatah, the “good” Islamic terrorists who were willing to pretend to negotiate in exchange for enough foreign aid from the United States, led to two Islamic terror states, one in Gaza and one in the West Bank. These states occasionally tried to form a united government, but couldn’t even get along with each other. Never mind getting along with Israel.

The two-state solution had become a ghoulish joke.

Some two-state solutionists urged embracing Hamas. A crazed collection of leftist activist “Rabbis” even signed a petition calling for outreach to the Muslim Brotherhood terror state despite a charter which called for exterminating all the Jews. Kerry aided a Code Pink mission to Hamas.

Most two-state solutionists decided to pretend that nothing had gone wrong. The zombie solution was in the best of health. Pay no attention to the stench of decay and the way it keeps trying to eat you.

They wanted to strengthen the “good” Islamic terror state in the West Bank to discredit the “bad” Islamic terror state in Gaza. Anyone who opposed the “good” terror state was accused of trying to kill the “two-state solution” which had already killed more people than the average natural disaster.

But then the “good” terror state stopped even pretending to negotiate.

Since the terrorists wouldn’t negotiate, Obama and Kerry just propped up the corpse of the two-state solution on their shoulders, Weekend at Bernie’s style, and tried to pretend it was still alive by negotiating with Israel on behalf of the terrorists without telling either Israel or the terrorists.

But the “good” terrorists rejected the unsolicited deal that Obama and Kerry got for them.

Obama and Kerry solved that problem the way that the solutionists had been solving it for decades. They blamed Israel. The insane logic of the two-state solution demanded it.

An Islamic terror state is the “solution” offered by the two-state solution. If you blame the terrorists, you undermine the credibility of the solution. If you admit the terrorists don’t even want to negotiate, you kill the two-state solution. And then how will you justify destroying Israel?

The great two-state solution began incrementally with an autonomous territory of disarmed terrorists. This fantasy led to a two-state solution of heavily armed terrorists inside Israel. The next stage is a one-state solution in which Israel will be forced to take in every single Muslim claiming to be a refugee.

And you can’t get from one stage to the next without blaming Israel when the previous stage fails. As it was always intended to. Each planned failure advances a more extreme incarnation of the “solution”.

All the way up to the final solution.

Each failure has to be blamed on Israel to justify an even more extreme solution. Each attack on Israel, like Obama’s UN treachery, is justified as a defense of the two-state solution. As long as the lie that the two-state solution is a pro-Israel policy lives, it can be weaponized as a pro-Israel attack on Israel.

In its terminal stage, the solution zombie will kill Israel and then die. Unless we kill it first.

The two-state solution hasn’t solved anything. It is the problem. And now it’s time to solve the problem of the two-state solution. Like the rest of the Jihad, the two-state solution is not a potent threat. It is a lie that we have become too weak to resist.

Lies die when we see them for what they are.

Like the old Monty Python bit, the two-state solution is a dead parrot. The shopkeepers of the press who keep trying to sell us its stiff unmoving body insist that the peace process is just pining for the Norwegian fjords of the Oslo peace accords. Feed it some more of Israel and it’ll fly back to life.

It’s never worked before, but there’s always an Nth time.

Lies are zombies. They are mimicries of the truth that feed off what we wish to be true.

The two-state solution is a parasite that thrives by feeding off our hopes and fears, our optimism on the one hand and our inability to imagine an alternative on the other. When we see the lie for what it is, when we turn our hopes and fears to sustaining what we truly care about, then it will fall.

Real solutions, such as Caroline Glick’s Israeli Solution, already exist.

The two-state solution however never existed. There will only be one state in Israel. The question is whether it will be a Jewish State or an Islamic terror state.


  1. Anonymous9/1/17

    This is a brilliant piece. You present the facts in a highly readable manner - to those of use who are interested in THE FACTS. Please add legalinsurrection.com to your list of resources.

  2. You were like homerun after homerun after homerun until you hit Glick. I rarely comment despite reading everything, because it's always "I agree with everything and you're the best writer", but this time no way.

    Her one state solution involves bringing more Arabs to Israel. Citizenship or not, it's another path to death. Rav Kahane has the only solution where Jews don't die in droves in "They Must Go".

  3. Anonymous9/1/17

    I've read Trump's Secretary of Defense, Mattis, supports the two-state final "solution".

  4. The only viable solution for those who want true peace is a one state, Israeli state, solution. Israel does beautifully when it comes to civil rights and human rights for its citizens whether Jewish, Arab, Christian, Muslim, Druze, atheist etc.

    The Hamas Charter hasn't changed and most know all about that key element about Israel in the charter :( It's as destructive for Jews as it is for anyone. The only rational choice is a Jewish state and recapturing Gaza and restoring the land to its former glory.

  5. Anonymous9/1/17

    As a gentile, I abandon all pretense of understanding Judaism and Israel. Yet I see the admirable Israelis confronted on all sides and from within by an intransigent, hateful culture. Certainly, the history and geography of Israel are dear to devout Jews. Just as surely, the huge hostile Muslim landmass will not go away.

    Again, forgive my naivete', but would not the purchase of an isolated island afford the prospect of a secure and peaceful haven? Resourceful new Israelis could quickly finance and transform it.


  6. There already is a two-state solution in "Palestine." It's called Israel and Jordan.

    1. Anonymous21/1/18

      You are right on! People need to know an unknown fact that the Palestians have a state sslresdy...it's called Jordan! 😅😱

  7. "The two-state solution however never existed. There will only be one state in Israel. The question is whether it will be a Jewish State or an Islamic terror state."

    Or a shariah compliant dhimmi country.
    the proof is in the shariah compliant judicial Pirate
    Heller heat & hit fatwa against Azariah !

    Tyrants Allah shariah deny the dhimmi the right to self defense against terrorist Muslim, & much more..
    Shariah Compliant Judicial Pirate Heller acted accordingly !

    Or As Greenfield put it .
    "the Muslim settler population in ’67 Israel, chose the Muslim Brotherhood and the Islamic law that demands that non-Muslims must surrender and be ruled by Muslims as before. Or be massacred and subjugated."

    "Like the Holy Roman Empire, the two-state solution didn’t solve anything and it wasn’t in the business of creating two states."

    It was in the business of catholicising into submission the people to the Emperor Constantine who in turn was personified in fictive Jesus,
    while the money/coin showed the Emperor face

  8. For those of us, your readers made into fans by the originality and depth of your thoughts and your fluent way of writing them down, who believe in miracles, it might very well be that the perhaps imperfect personality chosen to be president of the USA was placed their for exactly the reason of, amongst his role in America's future, changing the continuous international flow of pressure on Israel.

  9. .... Real solutions, such as Caroline Glick’s Israeli Solution, already exist ....

    One nation. Amen.

  10. I don't know how Israel has shown so much patience. I couldn't live next to an enemy that never stops attacking and swears your elimination.

    The only sensible thing to do is war.

  11. Mooslims don't want a fictional "Palestinian state."

    They want Israel to disappear.

  12. Great article. The two state solution is like the negotiations on nukes with Iran, the importation of Islamic Jihad in Europe, etc. It's part of the Left's fervent attempts to destroy freedom and individual rights wherever they find them, whether here in America or in the Middle East or in the EU. I hope that we have learned that the Left wing deals in intellectual and moral poison and that we must defeat them and keep on defeating them wherever we find them.

  13. Anonymous10/1/17

    Couldn't Gaza be called the fulfillment of the two-state solution lie?

  14. Great truth written in a great manner.

  15. Anonymous12/1/17

    Even before going to CG website I was going to write there is only one solution. ONE STATE only - Israel.

    Then I went to her website about the Israel Solution and it turns out that is what she is saying.

    How do you like that?

  16. Anonymous12/1/17

    "But you can’t kill something that was never alive."
    Words have never been more truly spoken than these.
    All parties in the negotiations also knew that the idea was never really alive.
    Like so many negotiated treaties, the fake two state treaty, was always going to be a non-starter, since none of the parties involved ever had any intention of bringing two states in reality.
    The negotiators for the United States, were only giving the appearance of supporting the outcry by some of their citizens against the genocide and open air prisons in Israel, knowing only too well that if stalled long enough, the public would turn its attention to something else much closer to home.
    They also knew that muzzling the press would eventually fade the disturbing events out of awareness.
    And, except for an occasional outlying book or article, this worked quite effectively.
    Anyway, you make a good point in your article.
    It makes no sense to beat a dead horse.
    It would actually be refreshing to read commentary by someone who just told it like it is:
    No, there will never be a two state solution.
    Palestinians will continue to lose what little land they still have.
    Settlers will continue to live wherever they want.
    Palestinians will continue leave or die off until there are no more in Israel.
    By God's decree, Israel is for Jews only.
    My God, it would be refreshing to actually have this stated openly and unequivocally, without beating around the bush.
    You got close to it in your article here.
    Just a small step more and you're one giant step closer to a 'Greater Israel'.

  17. Anonymous13/1/17

    It died before the ink dried on the papers they called agreement. Only libtards and ignorant dreamers could ever think this would work.

  18. Brilliant Article. Sometimes I despair how often Israel will yet again "offer the other cheek" to a point where it surely must have run out of cheeks. Since the latest Obama betrayal, the first thing for Israel to do is: BUILD BUILD BUILD !
    I reposted your article with a few "additions": http://littlenotesfromparis.blogspot.com.au/2017/01/is-two-state-solution-dead.html

  19. "Anonymous" above wrote:

    "Again, forgive my naivete', but would not the purchase of an isolated island afford the prospect of a secure and peaceful haven? Resourceful new Israelis could quickly finance and transform it."

    Forgive my bluntness, (I am a non-Jewish German, that's my excuse) but I suggest you look up some serious history books and you will find who the "occupiers" are, and it ain't the Jews !!! I think your suggestion is an insult to Israel, Jerusalem and its original inhabitants, the Jewish People.

  20. PS: @ "Anonymous" who suggested the "clever Jews" move to a deserted Island somewhere to be left in peace and live happily ever after: Here beginneth your lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKqfq0YS2JQ

  21. +Rita: .... suggestion is an insult to Israel, Jerusalem and to its original inhabitants, the Jewish People ....

    True -- and tragically so. But it also points to and compliments a staggeringly successful propaganda campaign. That has more than half the world "knowing" - about the Nation of Israel - only that which is not True.

    Am Yisrael Chai!

  22. Trouble is, Gaza has a quasi government and Hamas as its military and all those tunnels. Not sure of the geography but there's also a problem with the Philadelphia route and the Egyptian (I think, not 100 percent)Rafah and Palestinian Rafah but surely the IDF could figure out how to recapture Israeli land.

    From a military perspective IMO the IDF could do it though at great risk.

  23. @Brian Richard Allen

    If you tell a lie often enough, it becomes ............Palestine ! ;)

  24. Anonymous21/5/17

    Daniel is 100% correct. The two state solution is dead because it was never alive, never feasible. Past tIME to go to war and settle it like men. Winner take all. Either it becomes an Israeli NATION OR A Islamic NATION. I BET ON Israel. The longer the delay in going to war the greater the bloodshed. Let the "games" begin immediately. -- Martel Sobieskey


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