Instead, she said ‘a new paradigm’ is needed and asked if that included a Palestinian state she said ‘No’. But of course. The Sabbatian Cult plan all along was to occupy more and more Palestinian land and then remove them all together. This is what current events are really all about.
To articulate and spin this ethnic cleansing requires a stream of empathy-deleted place-people like Mark Regev and, in this case, Tzipi Hotovely.
Palestinian justice has had no chance since the Rothschild-manipulated Balfour Declaration by the UK government in 1917. The sequence set in motion by that and the first Zionist Congress in Basle, Switzerland, in 1897, is fast heading to its endgame with the full approval of the Sabbatian-controlled Western governments.
Hence, despite some rhetoric, they are all on the same page of the script written long ago.
This is the moment Israel’s Ambassador to Britain had a furious outburst during a heated interview about the bombing of Gaza – before warning that it could take months to wipe out Hamas.
Tzipi Hotovely dismissed calls for a two-state solution for the Israelis and Palestinians in an interview with Sky News.
She said: ‘I think it’s about time for the world to realise that the Oslo paradigm failed on October 7 and we need to build a new one.’
When asked if the new one would include Palestinians living in a state of their own, Ms Hotovely replied: ‘I think the biggest question is: “What type of Palestinians are at the other side?”‘
She continued: ‘The answer is absolutely no and I’ll tell you why. Israel knows today and the world should know now, the reason the Oslo accord failed is because the Palestinians never wanted to have a state next to Israel. They want to have a state from the river to the sea.’
When it was put to her that the two-state solution might be dead, she said: ‘Why are you so obsessed with a formula that never worked, that created this radical people in the other side? Why are you obsessed with that?’
Ms Hotovely, 45, also complained about the fact that the Palestinian Authority had refused to condemn the 7 October attack.
Speaking of events last night, she was asked about UN demands for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire.
She replied: ‘Ceasefire? No. It just basically means we would like to welcome another attack [like that seen on] 7 October.’
She also pushed back on US President Joe Biden’s comments on Tuesday suggesting that Gaza was being bombed ‘indiscriminately’.
She said: ‘Do you remember any country in the world creating a humanitarian corridor to the enemy? I don’t remember you helping Nazi Germany during the war, and I don’t remember America helping the Japanese during the Second World War.’
Last month, Ms Hotovely appeared on Andrew Marr’s LBC programme when she was asked about the idea of a ‘two-state solution’, in which Israel would co-exist alongside an independent Palestine state.