Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Israeli Democracy, The People Don't Want a Unilateral Withdrawal

IMRA posted a poll by IBA's Chanel One which shows overwhelmingly that Israelis consider Disengagement a mistake and don't want another unilateral withdrawal.  Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's building freeze was also unilateral and got us nothing but more international pressure and more criticism.  

Of course the key word here is "unilateral."

Israelis are suckers for unrealistic promises.  Coat the withdrawal with promises of "peace" and they'd sacrifice their own mothers.

When I think of the Holocaust survivors, who straight off the ships from Nazi Europe fought and even gave their lives for this unique Jewish State, it really makes me ill.  Today's Israelis are spoiled and ungrateful.  They're also unrealistic, rather nuts or fokokt. 

A little common sense, chevre.  Our enemies want us dead and gone, just like the Nazis did.  Only they're using different weapons, different terminology.  For a people touted as super-intelligent, we're acting very dumb.

It's almost the month of Elul, the time for reflection, teshuva, repentance before Rosh Hashannah and Yom Kippur.  Nu, let this year finally be the year to get realistic and listen to G-d, not the United States, United Nations, Europe, the rest of the world and the international Leftist antisemitic media.

3 comments:

Lady-Light said...

What a perfect article you've written here! My sentiments exactly. How many times does a fool hit his head against the wall and expect it (the wall) to break?
That is exactly how Israel has behaved. Time to wake up and smell the chumus!

Sammy Finkelman said...

The problem is, for some people, peace negotiations are TOO BIG TO FAIL.

We have seen this time and time again - not much affected by Munich and FDR's negotiations with Japan. They keep on trying when all reason says that the most yiou could accomplish was to sign something very bad, which usually actually doesn't happen. something less bad happens. What doesn't happ[en is just not doing anything when the time isn't right.

Keli Ata said...

Yes, it is important to remember that when Muslims speak of peace they're talking about their own peace, which translates into no Jews.

They lie but when it comes to their desire to destroy the Jewish people they are telling the truth.