There is a good possibility that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be replaced by the rookie, non-politician, Benny Gantz. Netanyahu has been Israel’s Prime Minister since 2009 – 10 years (plus 2 more years before he lost his first premiership). Gantz was Israel military Chief of the General Staff.
I speak to Netanyahu here and I hope he listens to my advice:
Clean up your act or suffer the consequences.
Firstly, get rid of your sick performance with Sarah, yes, your wife. She needs to become a house wife and periodically accompany you on a trip but she cannot run the country behind your apron.
Secondly, you need to get rid of all the low-lifes you surrounded yourself with.
Thirdly, come clean to the nation and tell them why they need to have you still as their Prime Minister. INVITE Ganz to come work by you. he can learn the ropes you so well managed in a world that is out to destroy Israel in any way the road is open to do so!
Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz
Dr. Mordechai Kedar writes, with a few tweaks of my own:
I am trying to understand what makes a large number of the public in Israel blindly run after Benny Gantz. This is even though no one – including Ganz himself – has any idea how he will function as a prime minister. (And we already experienced a good military chief of staff who became a mediocre prime ministers and less).
It seems to me that the main reason for the rush after Gantz is the sense of disgust that the left-wing media created in the public sphere toward Netanyahu. This does not bode well for Israel. The media is daily demagogically obsessed with the files, submarines, Bezeq, Madam Sarah, son Yair, the flights, and routine political matters. This has created in the public at large, a sense of disgust so great that the public is ready to accept any one. That includes a political rookie, as long the media releases bombshells about Netanyahu.
Without a doubt, Ganz is going to learn how to be a prime minister on the skin and flesh of every Israeli. It will be on the back of the entire nation, an experience that has no place with all the threats, from all sides, on us, on the state of Israel.
And from every reasonable consideration the public must tell Gantz to join one of the political parties. He should serve as minister for one or two terms, show his capability, and if he succeeds as a minister, he can logically run for Prime Minister.
Putting a person – however good he is – as Prime Minister as his first political role, is totally irresponsible. It is bordering on blindness to reality, at best, and a serious political error in any case.
As for Benjamin Netanyahu’s case, a large part of the public is not rational only because of the media saturation of his many – questionable? – affairs.
So, will the public crown, led by media irrationality, a political rookie/novice to be their prime minister?
In this case, I think a sensible and patriotic nation must use its thinking cap well!