Early on in Netanyahu's first try at being Israeli Prime Minister, I spoke to the late David Bar Illan about his leaving his post as Executive Editor of the Jerusalem Post and working as a special advisor.
"Are you sure you can trust Bibi to do the Right thing?" I asked David.
"If he doesn't, I'll leave," was Bar Illan's reply.
Jewish Bloggers Conference, I no longer had any doubts about Bibi. I knew that he wouldn't be leading us the Right way. His aim was to be accepted as a "centrist," and he was willing to ignore his knowledge and sacrifice whatever ideals he had.
Another think is that I don't pay attention to politicians' speeches. Those fancy speeches aren't real policies. They are just words, usually written by a talented staff of professionals to promote a message, an impression. I'm only interested in actions.
Bibi, like his predecessors, wants to be liked, especially by the movers and shakers of the United States. He craves approval, and will do anything to get it.
And if you're wondering why we've been suffering from a drought, insufficient rain? It's simple, all written in the Bible. G-d told us that if we keep His Laws there will be blessed rain in the right quantities and the right times, but if we ignore G-d's commandments, the rain won't fall. If you watch the news and here what our politicians are saying, you don't have to watch the weather report. You know it'll be too dry here.