Hagel advocates sending U.S. troops to Israel to enforce “Palestinian” state

Egypt’s Rose El-Youssef magazine boasted in a December article that six highly-placed Muslim Brotherhood infiltrators within the Obama Administration had transformed the United States “from a position hostile to Islamic groups and organizations in the world to the largest and most important supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood.” The Hagel appointment is just more evidence of that.

“Op-Ed: Hagel’s $160 Billion ‘West Bank’ US Troops Deathtrap,” by Mark Langfan for Israel National News, February 23 (thanks to Pamela Geller):

Hagel, at Obama’s bidding, plans to send troops to Judea and Samaria (the “West Bank”) where they would soon be victims of Hamas terror. It’s in writing. An investigative report.

There is only one reason that Chuck Hagel was picked by President Obama to be US Defense Secretary, and why Obama will go nuclear to get him confirmed:

Hagel is the only person alive now dumb enough to deploy US “peacekeeping” troops to what is surely a “West Bank” deathtrap. Don’t believe me??! Well, in early 2009, two years after Hamas violently took over Gaza, Hagel along with a ragged has-been crew of “Israel Lasters” had some strong “recommendations” for the incoming President Obama.

I will let Hagel’s 2009 “recommendations” speak for themselves. But to lend a note of rationality, Florence Gaub, a NATO researcher, in 2010 published a NATO Research paper outlining some of the problems of such a deployment. (I.e. it would need about 60,000 US/Nato troops and about 160 billion Dollars over 10 years) I and I will excerpt her report as well.

Obama’s determination in confirming Hagel is based on Obama’s belief that Hagel will cripple Israel at any price: including the deaths of  thousands of US soldiers at the hands of Hamas suicide bombs in the Palestinian Authority.


“A Last Chance for a Two-State Israel-Palestine Agreement,” April 2009. “Submitted to the administration of President Barack Obama” by Zbigniew Brzezinski, Chuck Hagel, et al.

The U.S. parameters should reflect the following fundamental compromise:

[A] non-militarized Palestinian state, together with security mechanisms that address Israeli concerns while respecting Palestinian sovereignty, and a U.S.-led multinational force to ensure a peaceful transitional security period. This coalition peacekeeping structure, under UN mandate, would feature American leadership of a NATO force supplemented by Jordanians, Egyptians and Israelis. We can envision a five-year, renewable mandate with the objective of achieving full Palestinian domination of security affairs on the Palestine side of the line within 15 years. Page 6

III. Substantive Issues to be Resolved: Israel-Palestine


The borders between the two states must be physically secure and fully controlled for their entire length. A U.S.-led multinational force would likely be essential for a transitional period once a peace agreement is concluded. Palestine would likely be non-militarized. No doubt Jerusalem will require a special security and administrative regime of its own and special arrangements will be needed for the use and regulation of Palestinian airspace. Page 12


Security. Demilitarization of the Golan Heights and limited forces zones on both sides — all likely to be supervised by multinational forces featuring American leadership — will be mandatory. Page 13

Read it all.

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  1. says

    creepy, scary, CHUCKIE CHUCKY, scares me. like that creepy “cartoon” Chucky. ooooooo.

    why is ISRAEL going to give o’bungle some sort of prize for showing up? they know about diplomacy etc…..but i’d feel like taking obungle out behind the barn. nobody is going to hire me for ambassador….i’d STILL feel like taking obama out behind the barn! or a “trip to the woodshed” if you’d rather.

    a man commented on some site about obama: “he is a cute criminal.” RIGHT ON POPS!!!!

    of all of o’bungle’s scary deals, creepy, scary CHUCKY CHUCKY scares me the worst.

  2. says

    Good god.

    Why doesn’t Hagel just come straight out and state that he what he *really* wants is to hand over every Jew in Israel with their hands tied behind their backs, into the hands of the allahu-akbaring torture-rapist-beheaders?

  3. says


    Another plan to expose US troops to suicidal/murderous jihadists?

    The fact is, nobody can handle a situation like those whose interest is vitally concerned. The Israelis are the best people to deal with the Palestinians: they know the Palestinians, and the Israelis are the ones who will be dead if they make mistakes.

    Why do people in the US government feel it necessary to make sure the Palestinians have every wish met? The Palestinians could have had homes in Jordan or Lebanon, except wherever they went, they were murderous and treacherous. There were many Palestinians working in Kuwait when Kuwait was invaded by Iraq. Yassir Arafat ensured that the Palestinians would be kicked out of Kuwait by supporting Saddam Hussein.

    So now, the prospective Secretary of Defense will send thousands of US troops under insane rules of engagement, eventually to be hated by both the Palestinians and the Israelis, and to be the target of every Muslim with a terrorist wet dream?

    Why in the world would we send US troops to take over what the Israelis have been handling just fine up to now?

    The sheer insanity of sending our troops into yet another unnecessary meat grinder is mind blowing.

  4. says

    Incidentally, since Hagel was successfully filibustered, is he still in the running, or has his candidature been successfully sunk?

    Obama should just drag McCain into this role, so that one less Liberal GOP senator is there in Congress

  5. says

    This is a real evil day of JW. One Kerry suggesting Syrian intervention and two this idiot ,IDIOT Jew hating Hagel( the moldy bagel) saying this! GAHHHH I need to read the cartoons and sports pages first.

  6. says

    The U.S. parameters should reflect the following fundamental compromises:
    Two states, based on the lines of June 4, 1967, with minor, reciprocal, and agreed-upon modifications as expressed in a 1:1 land swap, to take into account areas heavily populated by Israelis in the West Bank;

    Hagel and companys partia proposal for what peace or killing every Jew in Israel?

    A solution to the refugee problem consistent with the two-state solution, that does not entail a general right of return, addresses the Palestinian refugees’ sense of injustice, and provides them with meaningful financial compensation as well as resettlement assistance;
    Jerusalem as home to both capitals, with Jewish neighborhoods falling under Israeli sovereignty and Arab neighborhoods under Palestinian sovereignty, with special arrangements for the Old City providing each side control of its respective holy places and unimpeded access by each community to them

  7. says

    Correct, our “leader” wants us out of the pan everywhere else, but right into the fire with this move.

    Hagel is another mistake for the country, how many more can take place before we see the fruits of these actions?

  8. says

    Just for purposes of comparison, here is the text of part of Article 6 of the Mandate For Palestine, 1922:

    “Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that

    “the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect

    “the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917, by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people,

    “it being clearly understood that nothing should be done which might prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine,…”.

    Now, take a look at that thing you just quoted – “…security mechanisms that address Israeli concerns while respecting Palestinian sovereignty…”.

    If you look very, very carefully at the Z.B./ Hagel wording, what it’s doing is reversing the situation envisaged by the Mandate. The idea is that Arab Muslim sovereignty has primacy, and they are making polite noises about ‘addressing’ ‘Israeli [that is, Jewish] concerns’.

    Except that the vague handwave in the direction of the Jews – ‘addressing Israeli concerns’ – is much less strongly worded than the 1922 statement about supporting ‘the establishment of a national home for the Jewish people’ without prejudicing the ‘civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities’.

    I would hazard the guess that Z.B and C.H’s *real* agenda, the thing they wet-dream about is the annihilation – total erasure – of that pesky sovereign Jewish state, that Jewish national home, and its replacement by a Muslim Arab state of ‘Palestine’, within which Jews *might* grudgingly be allowed to remain…but in a strictly subordinate role, as de facto dhimmis.

  9. says

    “Obama should just drag McCain into this role”

    McCain is every bit as interventionist as Obama or Hagel. He would be a true disaster as Secretary of Defense.