Where’s Macron? Why the French President is not going to Israel — yet
BTW, DON’T YOU LOVE THAT WORD, ‘YET”? YOU MEAN IT’S NOT EXACTLY THE RIGHT TIME?
“Why? Asked earlier this week, Macron said that a trip to Israel may be possible “in the coming days or possibly the next weeks.” Speaking during a visit to Albania, he told reporters: “My desire is to be able to travel [to Israel] when we can obtain a concrete agreement either on non-escalation, or on humanitarian issues and, more broadly, on everything.”
Though its interests broadly align with its Western allies, France has historically pursued its own diplomacy in the Middle East, with its separate channels and contacts. Macron no doubt hopes to be able to play a key intermediary role that isn’t possible for Washington and London — each seen as more firmly in Israel’s camp.”
I know, I know, it is a stretch but, The psalm 83 war is lining up perfectly. And I mean PERFECTLY. Why wouldn’t it? It’s scripture.
And IMO, well, why not what will happen after the Psalm 83 war also be fulfilled perfectly?
So, again IMO, very shortly after the end of the Psalm 83 war the AC will make the agreement with Israel and everything else that will take place. And we have no idea of the exact particulars.
So, in the above text our boy is waiting for that exact moment it appears.
Also interesting is his remarks about London not being able to play a decisive role. I thought that France and London were both in the EU.
Is Macron thinking of going it alone?
The text above is really quite something if you read it and remember who we are talking about.
And don’t forget…
“President Macron has a strong and friendly relationship with Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and with others in Israel’s leadership,” she said. “I do believe it would be beneficial for him to be involved in strengthening the Abraham Accords.
27 And he shall confirm (strengthen) the covenant (Abraham Accords) with many for one week.
We are talking about so many countries, so I think that they should set up a special body that will coordinate policies, advance projects, help initiatives. The Abraham Accords have far-reaching strategic implications. Such a European body could help to create Middle East cooperation that would preserve regional stability, and this is critical not just for Israel, but globally.”