Jerusalem, Israel (Accredited Times) – Bombshells of controversy exploded in an epic fireball yesterday when reports surfaced of Donald Trump’s plan to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital — and move the U.S. embassy there. According to accredited reports, Trump is set to announce the policy change today at 1:00 p.m. Eastern.
Of course, Trump is up to his usual anti-Semitic antics. Most notably, Trump’s announcement apparently takes absolutely no position on the Holocaust, thereby indicating that Trump clearly supports murdering the few remaining Jews left in the world. Moreover, in light of the Holocaust, it’s clearly not enough only to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital: Jerusalem must be recognized as the capital of the United States as well.
Important policy considerations strongly support moving America’s capital to Jerusalem:
- The Holocaust.
- Israel is America’s most important ally.
- Many of America’s most accredited names in government, finance, and the media are Jewish, including Jeff Zucker, Andy Lack, Lloyd Blankfein, Sheldon Adelson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Elena Kagan, and Bill Kristol.
- Many important thought leaders have historically been Jewish, including Albert Einstein, Adam Sandler, and the Three Stooges.
- Middle Eastern peace strongly depends on American-Israeli cooperation, most notably with respect to wars of liberation against Shiite-controlled regimes, such as Iran and Syria.
- Jews deserve a home country for a Jewish majority — and a steadfast superpower that backs them against Muslim invaders, particularly in light of the Holocaust.
- America and Israel share a common cultural background, particularly in light of the Holocaust.
Israel and America share a special bond. For decades, America has funded Israel’s generous welfare and military policies and backed Israel in various wars of liberation in the Middle East. It’s time to make Jerusalem America’s capital.