Is Netanyahu One of The Weakest Prime Ministers Israel Ever Had?
This is a personal, and I am sure many will join me, to two logical and very cognizant Knesset members, MK Danny Danon and MK Aryeh Eldad. My request and wish is that you both not only discuss the matter with your prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, but you will find a way to move him into action of victory, so he does not continue his pathetic defeatism policy.
Netanyahu was elected to prevent the creation of the Palestinian state, yet, he is fervently promoting it.
Netanyahu was elected to produce something utterly different for Israel, yet he is as bad as the two Ehud's Barak and Olmert, or even worth, as he offers Israel on the golden platter to the Arabs not as his predecessors did, in ne chunk, but piece by piece.
As we read in this article, MK Eldad tells INN: "Netanyahu is Weak, He Fell into a Trap", right from the outset as a Prime Minister, Netanyahu collapsed under pressure from Obama and the Quartet and declared his support for a Palestinian state and he still does.
The question is, where will he allow to establish such state and still guarantee security for his people? Look at what happened in Gaza? Palestine will not be a coast line terrorist enclave, rather a terrorist enclave in the heart of Israel, fully ready to destroy it from the get go.
Many have used uncontrollable repetition of what I say here. I find it risible that Israel, a democratic state, by far not perfect, but very advanced in scientific, cultural, and social institutions is the only nation in the world its legitimacy is challenged. I also find it even more perverse that Israel's Prime Minister offers Israel's birth rights and legitimate and historic claims in exchange for "recognition of its right to exist as a Jewish state"?! Huh!
The very phrase, 'recognition of its right to exist as a Jewish state' is awfully offensive. Recognition? By whom? Genocidal terrorists who are illegally parked on Israel's legal land and are adamant it is theirs? Recognition by whom? By beasts whom Israel is treating humanely, while they are planning their next murder of Jews?
It is high time that Israel should also offer some recognition, in exchange for this absurd notion:
I, the Jewish State, recognize that Israel's enemies are a group of Islamonazis, jihadist barbarians with a blood lust that can only be satisfied with the demise of the State of Israel, and I, the Jewish State, recognize that these beasts live in the corner of a hell, where parents gladly offer their children as suicide bombers for a few bucks and a lot of praise from their neighbors; where they indulge in killing their own offspring for some perceived "dishonor"; where the truly decent and peaceable people among them fear for their lives and a loss of their heads if they protest the harsh reality of this faith driven hatred, and.
Now that I, the Jewish State, recognize the Arabs, going by the name "Palestinians" for what they are, they can shove their recognition, as deep as possible!
And Israel's Prime Minister who is, by default, the guardian of Jewish destiny, should grow balls, courage and resolve, and finally have the spine to say so instead of babbling about negotiations?! Negotiations that have been dead for 18 years and have made Israel the mockery of the world, the doormat of the USA, the EU and the UN and is now so isolated.
Why not declare a political and media warfare? Go on the offense against these genocidal terrorists. After all, they have been on the offense and Israel on the defense for 64 years.
Congressman Republican Joe Walsh and 30 co-sponsors have already paved the way for Israel's offense. They have issued a resolution supporting Israeli annexation of Judea and Samaria. Annexation may sound like a radical formula but it is not. The fact is that Israel already implemented a similar move twice, when it applied Israeli law to Jerusalem and to the Golan Heights. And guess what, the heavens didn't fall in either case, rather the situation on the ground was stabilized. By applying Israeli law to Judea and Samaria, Israel would reverse one of the most pernicious and debilitating effects of the 18-year-old phony peace process: the continuous erosion of international recognition of Israel's sovereign rights to these areas.
We must not allow the notion that on political issues with the Arab-"Palestinians", Netanyahu is one of the weakest Prime Ministers Israel ever had.
Offense is the only path to victory. Go for it already and end our screeching perseveration.
Nurit Greenger sees Israel and the United States equally, as the last two forts of true democratic freedom and since 2006, has been writing about events in these two countries. Contact her by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
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