Israeli PM Hangs Up On John Kerry, Doesn’t Call Back

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August 6, 2014 7:43am PST

Leave it to Obama to hire a numbskull, brown-noser like John Kerry to represent our nation, but the rest of the world has made one thing deafeningly clear – he’s pretty much universally detested. That was proven to be the case even more as during yet another session where America unwarrantedly decided to stick its nose in where it’s not desired, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hung up on Kerry mid-call and didn’t bother calling back.

And BOOM goes the dynamite.

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Of course, as Israel has political appearances to keep up, they’ve explained that the instance wasn’t quite so glamorous, and racked the occurrence up to technical difficulties instead. Israeli State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki noted, “Their phone call was cut off,” stating it was merely a, “communications issue.”

As we all know however, tensions between the U.S. and Israel are running quite high due to America’s (Obama and Kerry’s) meddling in the every affair of the world. As the U.S. is now interfering with their personal operations aimed at defending their nation, it’s taking up valuable time that could cost them in the long run. Unfortunately for Kerry’s pride, diplomacy (or the time it takes to act in such a way) comes at a cost in which Israel is not willing to sacrifice.

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Many are beginning to pick up on this fact as even the Israeli reporters had asked Psaki if Netanyahu had hung up in anger, but the spokeswoman denied any such allegations. She further explained, “Sometimes calls get cut off. You — it was a brief call, is what I’m trying to convey. There was nothing… There was nothing that interesting about it, no. That was not the case. That was not the case.”

Though the reporter probably hit the nail on the head, I’m sure neither side will admit to it, saving both fact and reputation in the process. What do you guys think though – is America too involved in the world’s affairs? Do we have a right to be? Aren’t there bigger and more pressing things, perhaps relevant to America, that U.S. officials could be tending to? Let us know your thoughts on this in the comments below.

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