In this Jerusalem Post article, Netanyahu explains his priorities in terms of what Jewish Land he's willing to give to the Arabs and how many Jews he deems acceptable to lose their homes, communities etc.
As he sought to stop voters leaving Likud Beytenu for Naftali Bennett’s Bayit Yehudi party on his right, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told The Jerusalem Post this week that a “real and fair” accord with the Palestinians cannot include driving masses of Jews from their homes in settlement blocs beyond the Green Line.Remember! Any party that discusses what to give and what not to give the Arabs is like the story of George Bernard Shaw or someone and the prostitute:
“I think that there is recognition that ultimately there has to be a real and fair solution, and that certainly doesn’t include driving out hundreds of thousands of Jews who live in the suburbs of Jerusalem, and in the suburbs of Tel Aviv, in the Ariel bloc,” Netanyahu said in an interview in his Jerusalem office.
As in the story of a conversation between a very sophisticated gentleman and a very respectable lady at a party. They are talking about prostitution, “Well,” says the gentleman, “just for the sake of our argument, suppose I offered you $1000—would you spend the night with me?” The lady, smiling coquettishly: “Who knows—I might very well!” The gentleman: “Now suppose I offer you $10 for the night?” The lady: “But what do you think I am?” The gentleman: “We’ve already established what you are. Now we’re just haggling over the price.”
Netanyahu and his cabinet/coalition members have a price, too.
- Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has never in recent years denied that he's willing to help the Arabs establish a state in the Land Israel liberated in the 1967 Six Days War.
- Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has never denied that Jewish communities, schools, businesses, homes etc will be destroyed in order to give the Arabs a new state.
- Any political party that plans on joining that coalition must accept such a policy!
I will only vote for a party that is not willing to be bought. I will only vote for a party that is willing to fight from the opposition for the security of our state and the rights of Jews to live in the Land of Israel. I'm voting נץ Otzma LeYisrael.