Now finally, she has opened her eyes and criticized him.
"This week we discovered that we have been deceived. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's principled rejection of US President Barack Obama's bigoted demand that Israel bar Jews from building new homes and expanding existing ones in Judea and Samaria does not reflect his actual policy.
Construction and Housing Minister Ariel Attias let the cat out of the bag.
Attias said that the government has been barring Jews from building in the areas since it took office four months ago, in the hopes that by preemptively capitulating to US demands, the US will treat Israel better.
And that's not all. Today Netanyahu is reportedly working in earnest to reach a deal with the Obama administration that would formalize the government's effective construction ban through 2010...
Unfortunately, far from treating Israel better as a result of Netanyahu's willingness to capitulate on the fundamental right of Jews to live and build homes in the land of Israel, the Obama administration is planning to pocket Israel's concession and then up the ante. Administration officials have stated that their next move will be to set a date for a new international Middle East peace conference that Obama will chair. There, Israel will be isolated and relentlessly attacked as the US, the Arabs, the Europeans, the UN and the Russians all gang up on our representatives and demand that Israel accept the so-called 'Arab peace plan.'"
Honestly, if you read my articles (blog posts) you know perfectly well, that I've been complaining for years that "concessions," agreeing to foreign and Israeli Left-wing policies and demands only make more demands, stronger demands on us.
Glick isn't saying anything different. She just finally woke up that Bibi is no savior, no leader. He's just another Israeli politician barking up the wrong tree. Our Israeli Prime Minister is a follower, not a leader. Unfortunately, he has buried his potential and is now interchangeable with Livni, Barak and even Olmert in terms of policies.
But Glick is still deluded:
"For Israel to secure its national interests, Palestinian society needs to be fundamentally reorganized."
We can't and shouldn't expect such a thing as a "reorganized" "Palestinian society." Changes in social and cultural values and morality must come from within the society in question. Outsiders can't change things. That's one of the reasons that the United States is failing and dying in Iraq.
Stop being in such a rush. We won't have "peace now." It will take generations for peace to evolve. If it's not true peace it's a dangerous sham. We must stop talking peace, stop searching and begging for peace. It only makes us vulnerable and weak. The Arabs don't respect us, and that causes violence.
There's only one way for us to be secure, and that's to be strong and stop listening to others and stop trying to get love and approval from foreign countries.
Get back to basics. There's only One we must please, and that's G-d Almighty!