Biden attempts to push new ceasefire-hostage deal through United Nations ‘without further conditions’

The White House’s unrelenting shift toward terrorist capitulation brought the president’s “non-starter” hostage deal to the United Nations for an impending vote.

Be it concerns over a demographic revolt for the 2024 election or globalist interests eyeing the erosion of national sovereignty, President Joe Biden further advanced his proposal to interrupt Israel’s counteroffensive against Hamas.

Monday, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Linda Thomas-Greenfield released a statement on the latest repackage of the terrorist’s proposal as a U.N. Security Council Resolution steered toward a ceasefire and another piecemeal, conditional release of hostages.

“Today, the United States circulated a new UN Security Council resolution supporting the proposal now on the table to end the fighting in Gaza through a ceasefire and hostage deal,” began the ambassador’s statement referring to the three-phase plan that was set forth by Biden. “Numerous leaders and governments, including in the region, have endorsed this plan — and we call on the Security Council to join them in calling for implementation of this deal without delay and without further conditions.”

“The Security Council must insist that Hamas accept the deal. Members of the Council have consistently called for the steps outlined in this deal: bringing the hostages home, ensuring a complete ceasefire, enabling a surge of humanitarian assistance into Gaza and in the refurbishment of essential services, and setting the stage for a long-term reconstruction plan for Gaza,” Thomas-Greenfield concluded. “Council Members should not let this opportunity pass by. We must speak with one voice in support of this deal.”

Friday, the president rolled out the plan that recycled many of the wishes of the Hamas-run government of Gaza with the claim, “The people of Israel should know they can make this offer without any further risk to their own security because they’ve devastated Hamas…forces over the past eight months.”

“At this point, Hamas no longer is capable of carrying out another October 7th, which — one of the Israelis’ main objectives in this war, and quite frankly, a righteous one,” he argued.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hardly agreed with Biden’s proposal as he referred to the agreement as a “non-starter,” ruling out any additional ceasefire agreements until achieving “the destruction of Hamas military and governing capabilities.”

Likewise, while speaking with the press Tuesday, Israeli government spokesman David Mencer asserted, “We will not leave Hamas in power so that they can repeat their rocket fire and the October 7th massacre.”

“No one should be in any doubt of the IDF’s (Israel Defense Forces) ability to fight the threats against us,” he remarked.

Additionally, the spokesman directly refuted Biden’s notion that Hamas would be incapable of another savage terrorist attack, stating, “Israel is absolutely determined to destroy Hamas militarily and also their governing capabilities to bring back our hostages, and of course to ensure that Gaza never again poses a threat to us. There’s no room for wishful thinking here in Israel about Hamas being deterred, or they wouldn’t try it again, or they haven’t got the ability.”

“They have the will to attack Israel again,” said Mencer.

According to the Jerusalem Post, the U.N. Security Council could vote on the resolution as early as this week and it reiterated the “unwavering commitment to the vision of a two-state solution where two democratic States, Israel and Palestine, live side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders, consistent with international law and relevant UN resolutions, and, in this regard, stresses the importance of unifying the Gaza Strip with the West Bank under the Palestinian Authority.”

Kevin Haggerty

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