U.S. Ambassador told Georgia to vote for a Palestinian State

This comes thanks to Jihad Watch and Atlas Shrugged.

In “U.S. Ambassador Tells Georgia to Vote for a ‘Palestinian’ State” in the American Thinker today, Pamela Geller reveals an extraordinary example of the Obama Administration’s ongoing betrayal of Israel:

From the former Soviet Republic of Georgia comes news of an extraordinary betrayal by the Obama Administration. As Obama continues to abandon freedom in his support of Muslim Brotherhood and Sharia revolutions and regimes in Egypt and elsewhere, he has taken behind-the-scenes steps to further the international isolation of Israel, the only democracy in that Middle East.

Just before the November 29 United Nations vote granting non-member state observer status, the U.S. ambassador to Georgia, Richard Norland, an Obama appointee, met with Georgian Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili. During their conversation, Norland recommended that the Prime Minister that Georgia should vote in favor of a Palestinian state.

This happened despite the U.S.’s official opposition, as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called the vote “unfortunate and counterproductive … plac[ing] further obstacles in the path of peace.” Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on the day of the vote: “None of the vital interests of peace appear in the resolution that will be put forward before the General Assembly today and that is why Israel cannot accept it.” He was right. But in Georgia, the U.S. was betraying a steadfast and true ally.

This information comes from Gabriel M. Mirilashvili, a prominent businessman and corporation owner in Georgia, who is Vice-President of the Euro-Asian Jewish Congress and head of the World Congress of Georgian Jews. Mirilashvili says that he heard this from Ivanishvili himself, and that there exists an official record of the conversation between Norland and Ivanishvili. When Mirilashvili urged Ivanishvili to oppose the Palestinian statehood resolution, Ivanishvili responded that the American ambassador had told him to support it.

It is also interesting to note that a few days before this meeting, George Soros came to Georgia and also met with Prime Minister Ivanishvili, and they agreed to collaborate on various initiatives. President Obama’s close ties to Soros goes back to the 2007 and the run up to the 2008 presidential election. Read the rest


2 responses to “U.S. Ambassador told Georgia to vote for a Palestinian State”

  1. Lynne says :

    This is not and most likely will not be reported in the mainstream media, as they continue Obama’s agenda. The direction that the US is heading is scary. People wanted transparency after Bush and voted for Obama’s promises. The fact is that many people, judging from the comments on CNN, do not care about Fast and Furious, the Arab Spring, or Benghazi. I’ve read many comments that state that they do not care about anything which does not directly effect them (and people do not realize that this does). We have the most secretive, obstructive and vile administration in the history of the US.

  2. 300yrs in America says :

    More underhanded taqquiya from the obama cabal.soros is a true Judenrat.if i have mentioned it before,it bears repeating.soros is a german Jew.his father bribed a national socialist officer to “adopt” him.the young man helped the officer locate Jews.he knew what to look for tzit tzits etc.he said later those were the most enjoyable days of his life.thats the abbreviated version.soros and others like him are worse than anything i can think of.obama has learned his craft from the best:alinsky,soros,the madrassas he attended,jerimiah wright,the communist/drunk/pornographer he held to as a father figure,et al.the American people are uninformed and we know HaShem says:My people perish for lack of knowledge.we have no major outlet for truth.all most Americans know is what the msm tells them.we will continue to have droughts and natural disasters etc.because our leaders have helped the enemies of the Oracle of the Living God.Yisrael.

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