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Peace-loving Israel and Saudi Arabia express concern over lack of U.S. war with Iran and Syria

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry comforts Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, ensuring him that--if he was a good boy and ate all his vegetables--the U.S. would eventually totally fuck up and get bogged down in a war with Iran at some point.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry comforts Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, ensuring him that the United States will eventually fuck up and get bogged down in a war with Iran at some point.

One can’t help but feel somewhat bad for Israel and Saudi Arabia. All they are asking for is a simple war, and if countries with governments as diplomatically adroit as those which currently sit in Jerusalem or Riyadh can’t just force the United States to go ahead and drop a few bombs on their behalf once in a while–and then have to occupy the country to control the inevitable fallout, and then have to stick around to maintain order for a decade at the least, and for eternity at the most–then really what has the world come to?

Surely this is just what Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was wondering himself when he met with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry this week in Rome and expressed his displeasure over the latest devastating news of progress on negotiations with Iran. Negotiations? With Iran? You can imagine how the concept would strike Mr. Netanyahu as a bit outlandish given how much more impressively costly it would be to just bomb the country.

And if you could imagine being Saudi Arabia’s great leader, King Abdullah, covered with all of those many layers and layers of flowing, majestic wardrobe despite the oppressive desert heat, you would quickly understand how he would be equally frustrated by the United States’ crazy plan to not wage war on Syria–and instead follow a route aimed at eliminating the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons arsenal while bringing multiple stakeholders to the table in order to construct a diplomatic solution to the ongoing civil war. And, of course, by sending weapons and supplies and providing limited training to Syrian rebels, which the United States is also doing, by the way.

So, considering everything above, it makes perfect sense that both Israel and Saudi Arabia would be so openly exasperated over a perceived hesitancy among U.S. officials to recklessly wage war all throughout the Middle East, particularly when you consider how well the many other U.S. wars are going.

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