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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Why Can't The State of Israel Respond With Facts that Attack Back?

I'm so sick and tired of our Israeli governments, no matter who's the ruling Prime Minister, acting so wimpy whenever we're attacked. That's why I really got a kick out of this not so recent video of Caroline Glick telling the Europeans off.


I think she was pretty mild considering what she could have said.

For years I've been saying that Israel's response to the countries that won't recognize Jerusalem as our Capital City by choosing a different one than theirs for our embassy. I have no doubt that not only will we be responding properly, but we'd save money. For sure property is more expensive in the official capitals.


  • What city would make a good substitute for the United States's Washington DC? Should it be a city in Delaware, Maryland or further afield?
  • No doubt there are suitable and convenient replacements for London and Paris.


Please list your recommendations in the comments.

As far as I'm concerned we should leave the United Nations, where we are treated worse than the world's most undemocratic and terrorizing of all nations. Nothing we say or do will make the world look at us fairly; so why bother?

All of the representatives of anti-Israeli NGOs should declared persona non grata  and banished from the country under armed guard. Any foreigners found at pro-Arab terrorist demonstrations should be taken to Ben-Gurion Airport and sent to their home country. Don't even give them time to pack. Let their friends send their luggage to them. That should include journalists.

Israeli Arabs who are elected to the Knesset must declare their loyalty to the State of Israel. If they don't, they lose their seat. And if their elected party ends up without any MKs, their problem, not ours.

I'm sick and tired of our bending over backwards into dangerous contortions trying to prove how liberal and free-thinking we are. There are red lines and we must protect ourselves.

Tonight begins the holiday of Chanukah, the Jewish Holiday that celebrates our survival after the Greeks declared our Jewish Religion illegal and we had to fight a war against them.  Today we thrive and those Ancient Greeks are Ancient History.

We have nothing to fear if we follow my suggestions!


6 comments:

Anonymous said...

she should be seeking a seat in the next knesset. I'd like to see Glick as Foreign Minister, dont you?

Batya Medad said...

It would be nice..

Yakov Butterfield said...

Our embassy should be in the largest Jewish neighborhood of that country.
The embassy in the US should be in the Williamsburg or Crown Heights Neighborhood of New York near Chabbad or the Satmer. In fact recognize all Chabad Houses as Israeli counsels.

Anonymous said...

How about Peabody, Kansas?

1. They'd get to see the REAL America. A breath of genuine farm air!
2. Maybe take one of Yakov Butterfield's Chabad mashgichim out there so there can be proper kashruth. There might even be a Chabad House there already, for all I know.
3. Far, far away from WDC culture (and for that matter East Coast culture).
4. They'd get to meet farmer Derek Klingenberg, one of the hottest YouTube stars out there. He could show 'em around and maybe make a video(?).

I'm sure I could come up with more reasons if I had the time...

CDG, Yerushalayim

Sammy Finkelman said...

>> What city would make a good substitute for the United States's Washington DC? Should it be a city in Delaware, Maryland or further afield?

New York of course. Or if that's too far away, Philadelphia.

>> No doubt there are suitable and convenient replacements for London and Paris.

I don't think so. Nothing else was ever the capital, or the principal city. Vichy, France? That's too unfair. Reims, maybe.

But for Germany, you could use
Bonn.

For Japan, Edo. For China, Nanjing or Chungking or however they spell it now.

Batya Medad said...

I really would like to give them all a taste of their own medicine.