Renfield On Future Peace Initiatives In The Middle East

December 22, 2017 at 9:04 pm (Geopolitics and International Relations, International Intrigue, News, Vampire novel) (, , , , )

Renfield On Future Peace Initiatives In The Middle East

British MP Renfield R. Renfield was being interviewed by The Times of London on future peace initiatives in the Middle East.

“Well,” said Renfield, “the U.S. role as a mediator has gone now that Donald Trump has formally recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel 🇮🇱. The Palestinians, the Arab League and The Organization of The Islamic Conference no longer regard the U.S. as a neutral mediator. Trump should have waited until the Jared Kushner Peace Plan was presented to both Israelis and Palestinians before making a declaration but being the unique political strategist that Trump is, he didn’t. And so now the Kushner peace plan is dead in the water before it even had the chance to get off the ground.”

“Who do you think will replace the U.S. as a mediator?” The Times reporter asked.

“Probably a European power,” said Renfield.

“Britain?” The reporter asked.

“No,” Renfield shook his head, “Britain will be too busy negotiating Brexit over the next couple of years so it can’t really put the effort needed into the Middle East peace process.”

“Who then?” The reporter was anxious to know.

“Well,” Renfield stroked his chin thoughtfully, “possibly France, Germany or even Russia.”

“Russia?” The Times reporter was surprised.

“Yes, Putin has always been the master of surprises,” Renfield acknowledged, “so maybe he has a Middle East peace plan up his sleeve. And if he does and he’s successful, I imagine Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee will really be choking on their caviar if Putin is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.”

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