Kerry recounted his many visits to Israel, including historic and religious sites, and the Holocaust memorial of Yad Vashem. He said that had sensitized him to the security concerns of ordinary Israelis. But he said that the “fundamental reality” was that “Israel can either be Jewish or it can be democratic, but it cannot be both.”
It’s almost as if he’s admitting there’s a necessary trade-off between nationalism or its rough equivalents on one side, and democracy on the other side.
Spit the real: It’s not as if he doesn’t know, and it’s not as if they all don’t know. It’s that they pick the wrong option. Of course, Curtis Yarvin picks the right option, but the punishment for doing so is being a Silicon Valley permatemp and an on-and-off tech entrepreneur, instead of being Secretary of State.