Tuesday, July 26, 2005

The 'Palestinian' contribution to the state of the world, ca. 2005

OK. I'll admit it - I was wrong. I have often stated that the 'Palestinians', and the Arabs in general, have contributed absolutely nothing to the way we live.

But an outstanding piece by Dennis Prager makes it clear that without them and their friends on the Left, well, the world wouldn't be quite the same.

Saturday, July 23, 2005

Israeli Leftists increasingly recognize the dangers posed by "disengagement"

Strangely enough, opposition to Sharon's cowardly plan to appease the terrorists thru the handing over of Jewish villages in Gaza to the Hamas seems to come predominantly from outstanding figures of the Israeli Left, rather than the Right.

The list of the leftists voicing their opposition to the surrender plan is illustrous:

"Labor Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben-Ami, General Security Chief Ami Ayalon, Air Force Commander Gen. Eitan Ben-Eliyahu, IDF Chief of Staff Gen. Uzi Dayan, IDF Intelligence Chief Gen. Shlomo Gazit, Mossad directors Ephraim Halevy and Shabtai Shavit."

( http://www.israelnn.com/news.php3?id=86204 )

And instead of basing their arguments on feelings and ideology, they came to their conclusion thru rational considerations, like the left-wing columnist Danny Rubinstein of the liberal newspaper Ha'aretz, who felt compelled to write on Monday:

“The time has come for those who favor the unilateral disengagement from Gaza to think again, because it may be that the entire issue is not worthwhile—and not for the ideological reasons that it is forbidden to uproot settlements or to give up parts of the homeland.
The argument for second thoughts stems from the events of recent days, which raise fears that a unilateral withdrawal from Gaza is causing serious security damage to Israel.

( http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/601134.html,
hat tipp: http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=18843 <--
recommended reading ! )

Truer words have seldom been spoken ... I hope some leading figures inside the Likud will read this and reconsider their decision to commit national suicide for the sake of vague and naive hopes of diplomatic advantages, or whatever they hope to gain from this surrender to terrorism.

Friday, July 22, 2005

Goodbye for now

I will be going on holiday from tomorrow until the 7th of August to the US of A

So obviously posting here will be low for the next week or so

Thanks to all, I'm see you later


Thursday, July 21, 2005

Yesha Council plans second march

The Jerusalem Post informs us that a second march is being planned after the first one was called off yesterday:

On the same day that the anti-disengagement rally at Kfar Maimon was called off,the Council of Jewish Communities in Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip (Yesha Council) announced it was already planning a mass march for the beginning of next week in a second attempt to try and enter the sealed off area of Gush

This is going to be a tough time for Israel, with opinion split and Israeli facing down Israeli. We pray for you all.

Wednesday, July 20, 2005


We pray you are right on Gaza. We fear you are not. For the good of Israel, please prove us wrong, Ariel

Eyeless in Gaza

This is the title of a must-read piece by Barbara Lerner, published today at National Review Online.

Barbara Lerner gets what so many in the West do not - whatever we say, however much we deceive ourselves into thinking otherwise, our enemies will be seeing the retreat from Gaza as exactly what it is - a surrender to Hitler's grandchildren from Hamas and Fatah.

... like their Islamofascist brothers everywhere, they believe that it is Hamas that is forcing the Israelis to retreat in Gaza, and America with her. They see it as another terrorist victory, a harbinger of more to come. Meanwhile, they are enjoying the sight of the great American Samson, stumbling about, "eyeless in Gaza." They think our acquiescence in the once-mighty Sharon's appeasement plan puts us "at the mill with slaves," and they are jubilant.

Let us hope against hope that we realize this before it is too late.


Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Why did the Pro Disengagement chose the Blue

Why did they realy?

To mark that the settlers aren't Israel, that they're not part of Israel, that they're Israel's enemies. That's the reason for the blue.
The settlers on the other hand chose orange because that's the color of the Gush Katif council. So, the leftist wants to sign that the settlers aren't Israelis, to turn them to evill in Judaism because if they put themselves out of the society they're bad in Judaism. Personnaly, I think that's the lowest level someone can go. Because of their political opinion to " throw " them out of the Israeli society?

Absoloutly disgusting. But as my previous post, we won't hear about that in the news...

Ariel Sharon stopped the Rightists!

I write what i write here with great anger. In the last two weeks the Anti Disengagement protestors decided to make a non violent protest march toward the Gaza that became a military closed area, no one in no one out.
The government in Israel was turned leftist, since they DON'T let those who want to proitest against it to protest. I'm not talking about those who block roads and use children, I don't like those and I never will. BUT, the government now uses everything it can to destroy the name of the Settlers, to destroy them. They try to shut them up, they didn't write anything in the newspaper about the Soldiers that lynched a settler, they wrote only about how bad the settlers to Palestinians. And now, they don't allow them to protest in peacefull and democratic way. To Viki Knafo, the one that marched to the Parliament to protest against Benyamin Netanyahu they allowed to march and to the settlers they don't. That's just shows how democratic the Israeli Government became. No one thinks of the settlers anymore, they're just described as a bunch of barbarians, who want to shut down Israeli Democracy and law, they're called in the Newspaper ( here I quote from Haaretz ) " the sons of law against the sons of absoloute faith ". Just to show how stupid that is, I can call the same in the opposite direction on the Leftists that's killed a slodier in a violent protest against the fence. But we were'nt told about it the much as we were told about the settlers, no. Ariel Sharon recruited the Media to his purpose.

Monday, July 18, 2005

London Terror Attacks linked to Tel Aviv Bombings !

I already commented about the obvious parallels between the terror attacks in London and the ones in Tel Aviv ( see here ) – both are thriving metropoles of western art, fashion, media, high technology and the latest life-style, and in both men, women, children were slaughtered on purpose by islamist jihaddis, who do not care about what we DO, but hate us for who we ARE.

Strangely enough, these obvious, non-coincidental parallels don’t seem to register with large parts of the Western World, and much less its establishment in academia, media and politics.

Now new evidence is about to come to light, which should give these “rationally challenged” so-called elites of the West a little clue:

The international news agency REUTERS reports a link between the London bombings and another attack in Tel Aviv, specifically (this ) that

“(…) a key suspect in this month's London bombings is believed to have helped plan a pro-Palestinian suicide attack in Tel Aviv two years ago.

Maariv daily said Mohammad Sidique Khan traveled to the Jewish state in 2003 and that Israeli defense officials suspect he helped two fellow British Muslims carry out a suicide bombing at a beachfront bar that year that killed three people.

British police named Khan, 30, as a member of a cell that killed at least 55 people in the July 7 bombings in the capital. (…)”

Such a surprise ! Who would have thought, who could have known … ?! No, this must be a lie, a misunderstanding !

After all, liberal Tommies might say, mass-murdering Jews is entirely different thing from slaughtering Londoners, there’s no moral equivalence in these acts ! And ain’t all Londoners, at least most of their dominating liberal establishment, flaming anti-Zionists ? Ain’t the British universities boycotting their Israeli peers ? ( Info here ) Ain’t London the terrorist head-quarters in Europe ? Ain’t the British Moslems free to rail against the Free World at any time they feel like it, and proclaim their intent on world domination ? ( See this ) In brief, didn’t the UK, and especially London, do everything in its power to appease radical islam ?

You can’t appease Islamism, it does not work.

You can’t make peace with those who are hell-bent on killing you, or at least seek to destroy your way of life. And they don’t make any distinction between those of us who collaborate with them ( here ) and those who stand up and resist, and fight ! Sooner or later they’ll come for your ass, or your children … Maybe the Brits will finally realize this simple piece of worldly wisdom, before it is too late.

Curiously enough, though, REUTERS continues as follows:

“A senior Israeli security source said the Maariv report, which cited no evidence, was unsubstantiated. "This is not a concrete finding," the source said.

Israeli officials are under orders from Prime Minister Ariel Sharon not to draw links between the London attacks and Palestinian militants to avoid offending British sensibilities.

That’s another stunning display of Israel’s – and in this case specifically Ariel Sharon’s - absolute incompetency at generating any remotely helpful PR for the tiny little nation of Israel ( no bigger than the French island of New Caledonia, and ten percent smaller than the US state of New Hampshire ), which needs any friend it can get.

Avoid offending British sensibilities by suppressing evidence which links the London bombings to attacks in Tel Aviv ?!

What kind of sad joke is that, are you fucking shitting us, Arik ?

Is it offensive for Londoners to be targeted by the same islamist jihaddis as the citizens of Tel Aviv ?

Well, not only the people of London, all Westerners will have to decide which is more “offensive” for them:

Being blown to pieces by islamist “suicide-bombers” ( what a weird word – putting the emphasis on the death of the terrorist aggressor instead of the deaths of the victims ) while continuing to maintain the idiotic belief that islamist terrorists around the world had each their own little "grievances,"

Or acknowledging that we’re facing the same hideous foe in Islamism, which is hell-bent on world domination, and pursues that goal internationally,

and consequently fight Islamism with our combined forces,
for a better tomorrow.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Michael Leeden

Michael Leeden has a great piece on what Iraq and Israel have in common

Faster, please


Yeah we all heard about the bombing yesterday, but it happens so often you will probably forgive me for not posting anything on it.

However there is
this on Israeli reaction. Good to see they still react tough in the face of terror

Monday, July 11, 2005

More links

Has Blair learnt lessons from the attacks?
JPost writer Caroline Glick has this on the 7/7 attacks and Israel: An Attack against us all, touching on Tony Blair's agreement to pay even more money to the Palestinians just a day after the London bombings - and people say terrorism doesn't work

Hamas Will Keep On Killin'
The terror gang Hamas says they have lost faith in Palestinian “president” Abu Mazen, and they’re going to
continue killing Israelis, even after the Gaza pullout.
And only the most naïve would ever have thought otherwise.

London, Tel Aviv Blasts Connected
Israel’s Ynet reports that the explosives used in the London bombings were made from the same type of military grade material used by the suicide bomber who attacked
Mike’s Place in Tel Aviv in April 2003: London, Tel Aviv blasts connected.

Victory in Spite of All Terror

An article from The Weekly Standard from Bill Kristol, entitled Victory in spite of all terror

More on Israel coming later

Thursday, July 07, 2005

UK Attacks - Official SSSI Statement


Here at SSSI, we do not believe in cheap condemnations or remorseless talk.

Rather, we are convinced that we must reach out to these people with our best and brightest, and show them the true beauty of the Western World.

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Beautiful ain't she? And she's coming soon to an Islamofascist near you .

(Hat tip to Franklin D. Rosenfeld)

London gets a small taste of what life in Israel is like ...

Islamist terrorists have blown up several bombs in two London tube ( underground ) stations today, a train and a bus. Dozens of civilians were murdered in cold blood. Hundreds more physically injured and psychologically traumatized. The world stock markets have taken a nose-dive ....

London Mayor Ken Livingstone said "the blasts were "mass murder" carried out by terrorists bent on "indiscriminate ... slaughter.""

Scotland Yard's Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick commented that "This is a callous attack on purely innocent members of the public deliberately designed to kill and injure members of the public"

A survivor of the bombings told reporters: "We were all trapped like sardines waiting to die," said Angelo Power. "I honestly thought I was going to die, as did everyone else."

British PM Tony Blair declared that "All of our countries have suffered from the impact of terrorism," he said. "Those responsible have no respect for human life. We are united in our resolve to confront and defeat this terrorism that is not an attack on one nation, but all nations and on civilized people everywhere."

George W. Bush proclaimed that "We will not yield to these people, will not yield to the terrorists. We will find them, we will bring them to justice, and at the same time we will spread an ideology of hope and compassion that will overwhelm their ideology of hate."

One man, with blood streaming down the left side of his face from a wound on his temple, said he didn't "want to live through it again."

"I was in the front carriage and people were severely injured there," he said, dispassionately, adding that his train had been in the tunnel between King's Cross and Russell Square. "I heard, but I don't know, that people were hurt worse further back. "Some people were very calm, others very panicky."

"There was a very loud bang, the lights went out, the carriage filled with smoke," he said. "We were all thrown forward."

Scotland Yard sent out a notice saying that "public transport in London will be affected in the next few days."

Israelis visiting London these days must almost feel as if they were at home there …

Another eye-witness told that "There were bodies everywhere. Heads and bits of bodies, heads and arms and legs all ripped away.”

"There seemed to be kids lying around as well as adults. I'm just in shock, it's something I'll never forget." ( italicized parts quoted from http://www.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/europe/07/07/london.tube/index.html )

Welcome to Israel, United Kingdom.

We’re all in the same boat, we all face the same enemy.

The sooner you realize this, the earlier this madness of terror attacks will be history.

The later, the sooner terror will become everyday’s reality, everywhere in the West.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the innocent victims of these murderous attacks by islamist freedom fighters, ooops, I meant to say terrorists.

May they not have died in vain, and may the western world recognize the threat posed by radical Islam.

I hope the British government will draw the right conclusion from these attacks, and not go down the road of appeasement – the same road it urges Israel to take in dealing with the same kind of jihaddis.

Maybe they’ll even realize what a folly it was in the first place to bully Israel into “playing nice” with those “freedom fighters” who have murdered thousands of Israelis in the way dozens of Londoners were murdered today. Just maybe …

Now the hour of truth has come … does London practice what it preaches to Israel ?

Will they look inside themselves and ask “What did we do to these poor people to make them so desperate as to murder us ?” Willl they procede to give to the terrorists, errh freedom fighters, whatever they demand, in the way Israel is supposed to give away her land to the murderers of her people ?

Or will the Tommies recognize that "good" and "evil" are no abstract concepts, and that there are real-life evil men and evil ideologies out there, and start to fight for their right to live instead of waiting to be slaughtered ?

I don’t count on rationality to set in anytime soon, though … my bet is that they’ll make a compromise:

They’ll call the London terrorists by their proper name, terrorists namely, though these terrorists claim to fight for “freedom from British imperialism,”
while at the same time continuing to call the terrorists, who kill Jews in Israel “activists”, “extremists” or simply “freedom fighters.”

Prove me wrong, citizens of the UK, please.

Let us fight islamist terrorism together.
Israel is ready to stand with you, as brothers in the spirit of the free.
Anytime, and whatever it takes.

Except in case she is eradicated by our common enemy in the meantime ...

Wednesday, July 06, 2005

Eh up - whats this?


Prime Minister Ariel Sharon warned on Tuesday for the
first time that Palestinian fire during disengagement could topple the entire

“There will be no pullout under fire because there will be no fire. The disengagement will be implemented, and if there is fire, as thousands of trucks, families, babies and children are out there, we will respond with great force. The force will be so great that it could topple the
entire process,” Sharon said.


eh up

As I would bet anything that the various terror gangs who dominate Palestinian society will be unable to restrain themselves - this could mean that terrorism during disengagment could be allowed to topple Sharon's own plan.

Now, i'm not into conspiracy theories generally, but maybe this was the plan all along? Israel makes a unilateral withdrawal, Palestinians committ violence, Israel halts the disengagment process and says "you can fook off if you think we're doing that again" - forever citing this violence as a need to democratise Palestinian society and as a justification to any silly liberal that doesn't already think this whole conflict is the fault of the Palestinian terrorists. Like I said, just a conspiracy theory.

But anyways, interesting. It does at least seem that Sharon the warrior may still be here, even if no one can understand the logic of Disengagment

Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Alliances are trumped by National Interests

I was just reading a book about American history - the nation which I most admire, right after Israel - as I stumbled across a quote of America's greatest founding father, George Washington, on states' relations and mutual trust between allies:

"I am heartily disposed to entertain the most favourable sentiments of our [new] ally and to cherish them in others to a reasonable degree; but it is a maxim founded on the universal experience of mankind, that no nation is to be trusted farther than it is bound by its interest; and no prudent statesman or politician will venture to depart from it."

There is no reason for Israel to trust even her strongest ally, the USA, farther now than her former chief ally France fourty years ago ... Ultimately each state will pursue its own interests, and whenever these interests begin to conflict with an alliance, that alliance will be first neglected and soon afterwards may be abused to blackmail the "ally", or finally be terminated wholesale. To understand this fully, one must bear in mind that any sort of alliances are forged in the first place to facilitate the pursuit of afore-mentioned states interests -- strategic objectives, hard and measurable goals make alliances, not sympathy, friendship or compassion.

As you can see from all the American cuddling with the world's main terror-lords Abu Ammar ( Yassir Arafat, may he rot in hell; no other foreign leader visited the White House as often as he did ) and Abu Mazen ( Mahmoud Abbas, Arafat's successor ), which were both termed "men of peace" by US presidents Bill Clinton ( Arafat - you may recall the kitschy, staged picture of Rabin and Arafat shaking hands on the White House's lawn at the signing of the Oslo Accords, 1993 ) and George W. Bush ( Abbas ), America is weighing its material interests carefully in the Middle East ... contradicting its credo of world-wide democratization by ignoring the barbarically tyrannical nature of the Arab regimes surrounding Israel, and pressing Israel to make ever more, and more, "concessions" towards her declared enemies.

Realpolitik is alive and kicking still in American foreign policy, at least when it comes to dealing with Jews ... it seems as if the American administration had already forgotten the live-pictures broadcasted on CNN on September 11th, 2001, which showed jubilantly triumphant "palestinians" dancing on their streets, handing out sweets to taxi drivers and passers-by, and celebrating with gun-fire and huge smiles and loud cheers the crumbling of the twin towers of the WTC.

As long as Israel's allies fulfill their commitments and live up to their name, Israel will be the most gracious and reliable partner one can imagine, as history has shown abundantly: No other American ally repaid the USA's generous aid with the honest gratefulness shown by Israel, and of no other cooperation did the US profit as much: You would be surprised to know how much Israeli technology, transferred for free without any charge to her ally, there is in American high-tech products from Intel's processors to the US AirForce's latest developments. You would be stunned to learn how much the US secret services depend on Israeli intelligence about the Middle East, cause they lack the ressources and know-how to infiltrate this region with their own men. Firemen and cops from toughout the US are trained regularly by Israeli specialists in the handling of terror attacks, US physicians in the plastic surgery of bombing victims ...

If the US adinistration is unable to distinguish friend from foe, as seems to be increasingly the case in its relationship with Israel on the one hand and the Arab world, especially the PA, on the other, Israel should no longer feel bound by the false pretense of alliance on part of the US. If the US' support depends on Israel's giving in to the demands of her terrorist enemies, Israel would be better off to not let herself be blackmailed in such a way, and forsake the financial aid from Washington.

Israel is more than able to stand on her own feet, and, as experience has shown, her capability to defend herself has only been restricted by the latest developments in the US-Israeli alliance.

It would be time to commemorate the true meaning of independence once again, and cut these supposedly friendly bands tying down the hands of Israel's possibilities.

In the spirit of George Washington, it is time to break free !

Now -- or it will be too late all too soon ... at least for thousands of Israelis, who are about to lose their lives in a re-newed wave of terror, a third initfada fuelled by the US-supported deportation plan.


Needless to say, though, that Israel needed to get rid of the enemy within first - but that's another issue altogether.

God Bless America

And we come on the ship they call the Mayflower.
We come on the ship that sailed the moon.
We come in the age’s most uncertain hours,
and sing an American tune.

— Paul Simon

Today marks the 229th birthday of the country my children will call home, and we celebrate more than a country (even though it is without any possible doubt the greatest the world has ever seen) - we celebrate an idea: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.

There are some, on this blog and elsewhere, who have been somewhat critical of America, and I share some of their concerns - a country that produces Jimmy Carter, Michael Moore, Hillary Clinton and St. Rachel Corrie could hardly be perfect.

Yet, for all its imperfections, we can consider ourselves happy that we will not have to know what living in a world without the United States means. With the possible exception of Taiwan, there is no country more in need of a strong and friendly United States than Israel.

Again, I share some of the views of Caroline B. Glick and others, who rightly point out how America could do better. But nothing will change the fact that the United States is Israel's one true friend, a friend who contributes billions, fights some of our common enemies, shares our values and ideals, and will stand up for Israel when no one else will.

And frankly, Israel's part has not always been perfect either, what with Jonathan Pollard and the sale of advanced weapons technology to the Free World's most dangerous opponent in the XXI. Century.

The next time any of you has any doubts on the true love for Israel that runs so deep in American society as a whole, take a look at any UN General Assembly vote dealing with the Middle East. Roughly 90% of all countries will be in bed with the Arabs, another small minority may abstain, but the number of votes against this sad joke is always the same:

US Marshall Islands
Federated States of Micronesia
Australia (a welcome new member)
United States.

May God Bless America!

Monday, July 04, 2005

Independence Day ... and what it means in practice

Today, on the 4th of July, not only America celebrates the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, but countless friends of freedom and democracy around the world.

We are commemorating this historic event, which sparked the first light in a world dominated by the darkness of imperialism and tyranny, in a true spirit of friendship with and admiration for the American people and their achievements not only for themselves, but for the whole of mankind.

Nevertheless, among friends we should speak openly: On this day of America's independence, oh American people, remember that other nations, who gained their independence from tyranny and oppression later, got the same rights as you do. They cherish their independence and sovereignty to no lesser extent.

To speak it out, I could enjoy the memory of this great day, the 4th of July AD 1776, even more, if your government respected the independence of the democratic nation of Israel a tad more, and did not try to mingle into affairs which your elected representatives - their other merits notwithstanding - do not know much about, and lack the legitimation to deal with.

Israel will never tell you how to deal with your Mexican minority, who favor the "reconquista" -- it's your problem, and you know best how to solve it.
I would be glad if the US stopped proposing plans for Israel's dealing with the so-called "palestinians" -- it's Israel's affair alone, and the Israelis know best how to deal with it.

Celebrate your Independence Day, my American friends, you got the right ( and much cause ) to be proud of your nation. Justr remember to grant that free spirit and the right of national sovereignty to all other democracies as well !

Thank you.

( Just my 2 ... erh, 6 cents ;) )


Sunday, July 03, 2005


Thank you to all contributors who have kept the blog updated during my educational related absense - I can assure you your work has not gone unnoticed.

The Jerusalem Post's website now has a section dedicated to the Disengagment plan:

And while not technically Israel related, I have recently written a blog entry on Iraq today and why we must prevail, avaliable

Saturday, July 02, 2005

Tribute to the Left of Israel

My 14-year old Israeli co-blogger Eran wrote several things in his latest post with which I strongly disagree, and I already addressed many of them in my comment to said post.

However, there is one thing which is strange enough to justify a new post, as it exposes the whole weirdness of the current political landscape of Israel.

Eran called the leftists of Israel "Sharon's dogs" ... probably cause they support Sharon's deportation plan.

Now, I don't blame you for getting this wrong, Eran, we're all struggling to keep up with the breathtaking and mind-numbling developments in the Israeli political battlefield, but that notion is just plain wrong:

The Israeli left may be many things, but they're most definitely not Sharon's "dogs".

The left has simply stood by its convictions, which they always had ... in principle they advocated the current deportation plan long before Sharon came to his PM office.

There's nothing wrong with that stance, Israel is a democracy and all people are free to think and voice whatever they want.
And it's natural and legitimate that they seize the opportunity to get their plans realized now. Nothing wrong with that either.

The only "dog" in this game - if you insist on that term - is Sharon himself, andeven more doggish are large parts of the Likud Party.

Sharon and the Likud have betrayed the nation, not the Leftists !

The leftists always said that they wanted the deportation.
They stated that openly, and made no attempts to hide their ambitions, to the contrary: They told everyone why they wanted it, and made the issue a campaign topic. That's fine with me.
That's democracy.

I happen to disagree with what the left says and wants, and very strongly so - but I would defend to the last their right to free speech, and the democratic pursuit of their goals.

The only one who acts wrong in Israel these days, who acts against their alleged principles, and against the will of the people, are Sharon and the Likud Party !

In the elections, they defeated the left-wing parties soundly by promising a new, proud Israel, one that fights terrorists instead of appeasing them as the left proposed, and practised since the Oslo Accords in 1993, which brought about nothing but the most bloody terror attacks Israel had ever seen.

After the elections, as Sharon was indicted for his bribery scandals, he turned his political course around by 180 degrees.

Strange enough, but humans are fallible ... Sharon deemed his personal wealth more important than the integrity and security of the nation, the rights of the Jews in Gaza, and the will of the people.
That wouldn't have been a problem, if it had not been for the whole Likud Party blindly (?!?) following Sharon's corrupted lead without a word of protest, and forsaking all their values and principles.

They - Sharon and his "dogs", namely the Likud Party - are now willing to endanger the nation of Israel, the nation they promised to guard and protect, by throwing Gaza to the terrorists, who will capture it as a prey of their terror war, and feel vindicated thru it, reenforced psychologically to carry on blowing up Jews in order to gain more territory from the weak Jewish regime.

To say it explicitly, I hold no, absolutely no grudge against the Israeli left in this matter - they've always told the public what they wanted, have always been honest about their goals annd motivations ( as they see themselves, at least ).

I respect an outspoken foe.

On the other side, I am grossly appalled by back-stabbers like the Israeli "right" Likud Party, and their leader Ariel Sharon, as they hide their motivations from the public, and are doing the opposite of what they promised.

The right of Israel is a fraudulent outrage, the left of Israel has at least been true to its - however misguided - proposals and principles.

I got respect for this Left,
whereas I feel nothing but scorn and abhorrence when I think about the Likud of these days ...

I never thought I would one day feel compelled to laud the left of any nation in such a way, but that's just the way it is.

The Likud has rendered the democracy of Israel de facto meaningless these days ... the situation is as crazy as if George W. Bush had revealed after the US presidential elections that he really thought along the lines of howard Dean, and the whole Republican Party would have gone along with him, signing the Kyoto Protocol, the ICC treaty, and pulling all troops from their international deployments immediatedly.

Unimaginable ?!

Reality in Israel !

Friday, July 01, 2005

Ariel Sharon and Civill War in Israel

Well, during those days Israel is heading toward a civill war.


Because Ariel Shron decided to expell the Settlers from Gaza.
The revolts of the settlers, that were led by some fanatics, were the cause that many dislike the settlers in Israel.

That's so wrong, the settlers are high quality people. I know settlers, they're fine men and women.
All those who hate them, it's clearly Ariel Shron's job. He is now leading propaganda against the settlers in Gaza and Samaria, and calls them Fanatics.

Well, mr Sharon, they have the right to protest against expelling them from their houses.
The lies about the disengagement plan, that it's for good is just to save your skin.
Too late, we already know you're a corrupted Dictator, you've sent twelve year old to prison, you've been in the Sezon in the years before Israel was created, you gave your son a p;ace in the Israeli Parliament, you've been lying about those who disagree with you, what do you think?

That to run a country is like running a division?
You were a great General, I must admitt, but, as many generals who've came to politics, you've became a Dictator.

You might be cheating the Blind leftist and Neo Leftist, but you don't cheat me and the Likud, we see that you would do the disengagement even though it can cause a civill war, we see you have no problem to sell Israel, the settlers, that you've sent to settle those regions, and now you've betrayed them.
You've betrayed two things:

Your Allies The Jews, and the state of Israel.

Well, you corrupted man, your betrial might lead to civill war now, and you're held responsible, you'll probably go with the left, and you'll support a Monarchy. Who do you think you're?

The Massiah King?

Well, whoever the General against you will be, will have a hard job.
But, if it'll be me, even if I'll loose, I'll rather suicide than submitt to you and your dogs, the Left Wing.