Thursday, June 20, 2019

Elections? Do I Really Have To Choose Political Pary?

We'll be celebrating forty-nine 49 years since making aliyah a bit after the upcoming Israeli elections. Choosing which political party to vote for has been getting harder and harder. These upcoming elections will be the second this year. The first were a bust, a failure.

I haven't had a favorite reliable political party for decades. I never know which party would be best to vote for. Usually, I eliminate them all for various reasons, and then I have to start from scratch. More than once, the party I voted for never even made it to the Knesset, and my vote was "lost."

The other day I met with a couple of friends who know a lot more insider stuff about politics, so I asked their opinions after hashing over the previous results. They confirmed what I had suspected about the party I voted for a couple of months ago, The New Right. Now I'm mulling over their suggestions for the next "try." Sigh...

For all the Israelis reading this:

Which political party are you going to vote for in the next elections? Why?


Mr. Cohen said...

Vote for the party that sincerely believes in:
Elokei Yisrael, Torat Yisrael, 'Am Yisrael and Eretz Yisrael.

Do not vote for arrogant politicians whose primary goal
is promoting their own personal kesef and kavod.


Must-read exposé of New York Times
relentless hatred against Israel:

New York Times Grills
Presidential Candidates about
Israel’s Human Rights Record
by Ira Stoll:

PS:Why should anyone trust the
New York Times when their relentless
hatred against Israel is blatantly obvious?


Winston Churchill said this in 1937 CE:

“[Winston] Churchill did not accept that the Jews
were a foreign race [to the Holy Land]. He said it was
the Arabs who had been the outsiders, the conquerors.”

SOURCE: Churchill and the Jews
(chapter 10, page 115) by Martin Gilbert, year 2007 CE

Winston Churchill was British Prime Minister
from 1940 to 1945 CE and from 1951 to 1955 CE.


According to the Wikipedia internet encyclopedia,
these lands were conquered by the Rashidun Caliphs,
from year 632 to year 661 of the Common Era
(from west to East): Libya, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon,
Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Eastern Turkey, and Iran.

Therefore, Winston Churchill was correct when
he said that the Muslims were the outsiders
and conquerors, with respect to the land of Israel.

Batya said...

If only it was so easy.
They lie.