Saturday, February 14, 2009

If The US and EU Want It, It Must Be Bad

hat tip: HT

The U.S. Government and European Union are making their desires very clear about whom they want to be in Israel's coalition, a national unity government of Kadima and Likud.

In terms of Israeli security, viability and independence, that would be the worst scenario.

You may be surprised to hear this from me, but I'd like Bibi in the opposition, real opposition, not the wimpy behavior we've seen from him recently. I don't think there's a chance, since Tsippi probably won't be able to form a coalition. She couldn't do it a few months ago when Olmert handed her the reigns and she had lots more MK's than Likud.



Anonymous said...

The serious problem is that previous governments have bowed down to coalition arrangements that the west have "requested" (a.k.a., demanded b behind the scenes).

At the end of the day, no coalition unless ruled by someone who bows before Hashem and holds fast to the covenant, will ever do the right thing.

That's the truth... moshiach achshav!

Batya said...


The politicians care more for the world press than our survival.