By William Koenig
G.W. Bush’s Two-State Plan
The G.W. Bush two-state plan for Israel was near completion on Sept. 10, 2001. It was followed by major terror events in New York City and Washington, D.C., on Sept. 11, 2001, leading to the $6 trillion and growing war on terror in Iraq and Afghanistan. (The postponed Bush plan was finally presented in the White House Rose Garden on June 24, 2002, after two delays due to major suicide bombings in Jerusalem on June 18 and 19.)
G.W. Bush’s Final Two-State Peace Efforts: 2008 Financial Crisis, the Worst Since the Great Depression
On November 27, 2017, President G.W. Bush hosted Israeli Prime Minister Olmert, Palestinian Authority President Abbas and leaders of 50 nations for a meeting held at the Annapolis Conference at the U.S. Naval Academy. This was followed by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's persistent efforts to the day President Bush left office on January 20, 2009. The 2008 Financial Crisis slowly began in 2007, accelerated into early 2008 and came to a climax in 2009, the worst crisis since the Great Depression of August 1929 to March 1933.
Trump’s “Peace to Prosperity” and the Coronavirus Pandemic; The Worst Financial Crisis Since the Great Depression
The Trump “Peace to Prosperity” plan was delivered on Jan. 28, 2020, followed by the coronavirus pandemic, a swift economic collapse, a $2.2 trillion stimulus bill from Congress, and the Federal Reserve’s commitment to $4 trillion in loans to businesses and Wall Street to rescue the U.S. economy.
UN and EU Promotion of Their Plan after Trump Plan Introduction and Warning against Israel’s Annexation Plan
The coronavirus has cost the nations of these organizations trillions of euros and comparable in other currencies. It has been said that the pandemic could lead to a worldwide financial depression.