Israel's Leadership Sways Like a Leaf in The Wind
The recent death of Yitzhak Shamir, the state of Israel 7th Prime Minister prompted me to write this essay.
I personally yearn to see leadership and at present I see none in Israel or anywhere else in the world.
What does leadership really mean?
Leadership means resolve and courage and dedication to the people of your nation. Yitzhak Shamir was unconditionally and totally devoted to the state of Israel and its land.
Leadership means projecting nationalism, steadfast mind, cautiousness and thorough thinking and evaluation of each circumstance the state is facing and how to resolve it to the best benefit of the state. Shamir operated along these lines and apart for few instances almost to no fault.
Leadership means modesty. Shamir was one such man.
Shamir knew all so well that Never Again means Never Again; when he was once seen vacationing in a remote Italian Kosher resort, though not religious, when asked why there and not in any other resort, his reply was, "I can relax among Jews." Shamir projected love for his people, the Jews.
That brings me to the subject of love for nation and country.
The people we see taking position in Israel's leadership today, and in fact for a long while, do not project leadership. They literally make me rather nervous because their line of operation sways like a leaf in the wind. Nothing about their actions appears consistent and steadfast and in many cases they operate against the interest of the Jewish state and seem to be a clear line of thoughtless actions.
So to say about people who take positions in Jewish organization worldwide. In many cases they are collaborationists with people who have the worst interest of Israel at heart.
Best example of dubious leadership is the Oslo Accords, where Israeli leaders conceded to have another Arab state on Israel's legal land, or Israel's unilateral evacuation from Gush Katif as well as the ongoing destruction of Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria without any obvious or legal reason. Simply a collaborationism with the enemy of the state or a deep dislike to it.
These leadershipless people are deservingly now called unJews. And they have followership in Israel itself and the Diaspora.
Some say that they are operating under the control of foreign powers that all have a long held plan to destroy the State of Israel and the Jewish Heritage so it is brought to its end and then can never be reborn.
The Israelis call it "combina," meaning, trickery along which these people shred every item of evidence that is supporting Jewish rights. And thus we see one decree after another to destroy Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. That not only raises one's blood pressure but simple does not make any sense, especially when thousands of Arabs live in illegal communities and build illegally on land that is not allocated or belongs to them while the unJews close both eyes and continue drinking from the well of leadershipless and senselessness.
The entire generation of the Oslo Accords has remained in control of Israel and has been continuing the destruction of the Jewish state plan, which Oslo represents.
One good example of an unJew is the former Knesset Speaker Avraham Burg who has expressed support for a recent decision by several countries to label, separately from products made in other parts of Israel, products produced in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria (Yehuda and Shomron). That means opening the door wide to those who still insist that Judea and Samaria are not part and parcel of the entire state of Israel to boycott these products along their belief in such falsehood:
Shimon Peres, the current president of Israel, for instant is a light unJew. I am certain that he has good intentions about Israel's survival. However, his actions at times put his ego ahead of good nationalism, something Shamir would have never done. Peres cannot bring himself to finally admit that he has made a grave mistake when he gave birth to the Oslo Accords disaster, which killed thousands of his nation's innocent citizens and then close the file he has so thoughtlessly opened. Peres is still calling for a two state solution of some sort when all indications lead to believe that such state will be the end of Israel; this is a very unJewish behavior and acts.
Many sources inside Israel claim that the unilateral "construction freeze" in Judea and Samaria that Prime Minister Netanyahu declared in November 2009 has never been fully lifted. (Netanyahu declares 10-month settlement freeze 'to restart peace talks' -
To begin with it was a very unJewish act, thus make Netanyahu unJew light too. Why did he pass such a decree when Judea and Samaria are legally part of the state of Israel as was ruled by the Council of the League of Nations on 24 July 1922? (Marking the End of the Construction Freeze in Judea and Samaria:
Real changes are now required for Israeli society to produce real leadership. However, rather than supporting a REAL and good change, and there are groups that can lead the way, even activists who charge for such changes go back to people from "within"; go back to the unJews and their misleadership.
I am sure people would love to see and will support leadership they can trust, but can they?
Time to end the unJewish behavior and bring new people on board, such as Caroline Glick, Professor Emeritus R. Aumman, Sarah Honig, Professor SHmuel HaLevi, Professor Emeritus J. Golbert, Professor Steven Plait, and there are many others and create a new system of government.
Raze the self elected courtiers and give the people the right to freely elect fair and balanced judges. After all Israel is a democracy, meaning by the people for the people.
In the new system make sure that the military is totally apolitical, which is not the case today.
Allow a Radio Free Israel to have a voice. Enough of hearing only the Leftist and deceitful media that dominates Israel.
End the treasonous behavior of the Arab-Israeli members of the Knesset. It is not healthy for the Israeli citizenry and people from abroad to see such denigration of the state, which represents the disrespect of all the constituents.
End the overwhelming illegal infiltration into the country. We all understand that there is a deep concern for humanity involved here and the need to help the needy, but the law is the law and illegal is illegal. Anyone wants to come live in Israel must apply to do so through the right channels and allow the state to decide if he or she are welcome. Just like immigration is conducted in every country on earth. Israel is not a lawless state as this infiltration advocates; that anyone can enter it and stay.
Only describing the settings is not enough. Solutions must be implemented and the removal of the unJews from all spheres of government must be an immediate act. Remember unJew is the one who projects doubtful interests in the state and its citizenry.
How? By leading millions into a march to Jerusalem to demand the changes; if they can march for social justice, they can march for political justice.
Right now it appears that many of Israel's echelon are very unJewish and thus are unfit to lead the Jewish people.
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 email@example.com Read more stories by Nurit Greenger.
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