Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Ichud Le'umi and Avigdor Lieberman

There is an interview on Arutz 7 with Avigdor (Yvette) Lieberman of the Yisrael Beitenu Party, one of those in the Ichud Le'umi, the National Union Party. I agree with things he said about the state of the Likud.

I thought there was something fishy when it said that he wanted to:
re-establish his right-wing
Yisrael Beiteinu party for the next national elections.

But I ignored it and read on. Silly me. At the end of the article he gave the bad news:

Lieberman's Yisrael Beiteinu party ran together with the Tekumah and Moledet parties on the National Union ticket in the previous elections. He said he does not see such unity occurring again, however.

"Artificial unity that does not lead to a clear victory will do more harm than good," Lieberman said.

If he runs separately, it means that we'll be losing seats, just like when Rav Levinger and Daniella Weiss ran against T'chiya. Neither party got in, and lots of votes were wasted.

The ideologically strong members of Likud, like Uzi Landau and Moshe Feiglin should leave the rest of them to drown in the poluted political swamp of the Sharon family, aka the Likud. If the security and fate of our country, Israel, is really important to them, they'll stop wasting their energies on the crooked politicians in the Likud.

This week's vote in the Likud Central Committee just confirms how deeply entrenched the Sharon clan is.

The Ichud Le'umi must be strengthened.

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