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Thursday, May 09, 2013

Naftali Bennet The Nationalist? Why Is Everyone Still Fooled?

כ"ט לחודש השני תשע"ג

If Bennett is a "nationalist," then I'm a leftist.

Economics:
Naftali "Where's my kippah?" Bennett
Life In Israel's Quote of the Day - May 7, 2013 
According to the World Bank, Israel was ranked a pitiful 139th in ease of obtaining building permits, behind Algeria, Togo, the Palestinian Authority and Syria. Under Assad it takes 104 days to get a building permit. For us it’s 212. Listen, friends, if I were in your shoes, I’d consider moving my business to Damascus. Whereas the average OECD country has 12 different kinds of taxes to account for and pay each year, in Israeli the number is 33.

Only friarim (suckers) would keep jumping through the hoops businesses had to jump through just to survive, and still be put in the same categories as tycoons. Small and medium businesses are not tycoons, they’re the value producers of the state of Israel. There are 700 criminal offenses in the environmental field. Why do we put this on small and medium businesses?

I see myself as the plumber who is willing to stick his hands into places other people refused to in order to clear up the blocks.
-- Minister of Commerce Naftali Bennett

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
What about all of the Arabs who don't bother trying to get building permits? They just build.

Why does Naftali Bennett even mention the "Palestinian Authority" as if it is a real and legitimate country? It is not. But, it has power, partly because Naftali Bennett gives it power.

What about the building permits obtained 13 years ago by the Jews in the town of Beth-El for the Ulpana Neighborhood? The previous government, led by your current fearless leader Binyamin Netanyahu, had them torn down anyway. Building permits did not seem to do the residents of Beth-El too much good, did they?



18 "In that day the Lord made a covenant with Avram, saying: 'To your seed have I given this land, from the river of Egypt unto the great river, the river Euphrates.' 19 the Kenite, and the Kenizzite, and the Kadmonite, 20 and the Hittite, and the Perizzite, and the Rephaim, 21 and the Amorite, and the Canaanite, and the Girgashite, and the Jebusite.'" - Genesis 15:18-21
Move your business to Damascus? HA HA! I assume that Bennett is making some sort of sick joke. Jews are not supposed to live in Damascus (Can you find it on the map?),...at least not until HaShem grants it to us. Jews are supposed to live in Israel. Damascus is not yet part of Israel. Gee whiz!  I'll bet THAT vision is way beyond Bennett's "nationalism." Why even the Likud Party platform at one time included the understanding that Israel extended beyond the "West Bank" onto the "East Bank" of the Jordan River as well.

There are 700 criminal offenses in the environmental field? What about all of the the environmental offenses committed by Arabs in Yehudah and the Shomron, from the burning of trash to the foul water treatment?

The plumber who is willing to stick his hands into places other people refused to? If there were more Jewish plumbers, ditch diggers, etc., then there would be less jobs available to Arabs, including the Arabs who are allowed to cross over from the "Palestinian" Authority to work in Israel. What exactly is Naftali Bennet the "nationalist" doing about Israel's economy supporting our those who want to destroy us, and take ALL of our Land?

Of course, the Ashkenazi elitist, Labor Zionists, the ones who are really calling the shots in Israel, have successfully convinced everyone that a manual laborer is someone to look down upon. American Jews, does that sound familiar? It should. Doctor, Lawyer, Broker, Loser.

Who's Land is it anyway?

The Bennett Plan vs. The Oslo (Death) Accords
What's the difference? Not a whole hell of a lot.

The Techiya Party's plan to keep Yehudah and the Shomron (Judea and Samaria), but "Heaven forbid!" throw out the Arabs was not even as pitiful as Prime Minister Ehud Baraq's begging of Arafat to accept 93% of Yehudah, Shomron, Azza (Gaza).

I defy anyone to tell me that Bennett's plan is much better. It is even much worse than former Moledeth Party leader Rabbi Benny Elon's "Autonomous Regions" Plan.

PA "President" Mahmud Abbas (Abu Mazen) and his vision of "Palestine."

Gee. I wonder if Naftali Bennet has consider the "Abbas Plan?" He wants it all. Don't you?

But, there can only be one plan: The Torah Plan.

Bennett's Western, democratic negotiation tactics of "let's do the best we can, take what we can, and call it a victory" is counter to Torah negotiation tactics.

In Torah, there isn't any game playing. All of Eretz Yisra'el is ours. All of it was given to Am Yisra'el by The Holy One, Blessed Be He.

Eretz Yisra'el is not for Naftali Bennet to hack it up, nor for PM Netanyahu to negotiate it away, nor for Shimon Peres nor Yossi Beilin to sign it away in illegal, secret meetings in Europe.

Israeli passports are not for Naftali Bennet to hand out freely. Neither is it for him to decide which Arabs on which pieces of Israel will be Israeli citizens, and which ones will not.

True, the Arabs divide themselves apart. Some came from Syria and Lebanon, others from Jordan and Egypt. Nonetheless, the Jerusalem Arabs who curse out the Hevron Arabs for being especially stupid, and the Shchem clans battling the Jenin clans, all claim to be of one nation,...at least while the news and documentary cameras are rolling. So, it is not for Naftali Bennet to differentiate between this Arab and that Arab, for the Arabs have already done so themselves.

The truth is that as far as Jews are concerned, there is no difference between an Arab from Amman and an Arab from Ramallah,...or from Nazareth.

Ever heard of Gerei Toshav? Ever heard of their requirements, such as not murdering, not committing sexual aberrations, and giving up false beliefs in false religions, and proving such acceptance of said conditions before a Beth HaDin, during the time when the misswoth involved with Yovel are incumbent upon us?

Apparently not.

Haredi Integration Into The IDF:

Sound like a good idea? Sure why not. After all, why should some Jews send their children off to risk their lives to protect Israel's borders (when they're not busy throwing Jews out of their homes and handing Jewish, God-given lands over to the Arabs who want to wipe us out), and other Jews be exempt?

I have said, time and time again, that the secular, Labor Zionists, and certainly the ultra-Leftists do not want Haredim in the IDF. They do not want three minyanim (prayer groups) per day, high levels of kashruth standards, and proper military Shabbath observance.

They do not want their sons to see Haredi soldiers put on tefillin, become curious, and then ask if they could try.

They certainly do not want their sons to see Haredi soldiers learning Torah, become curious, and then start asking questions. They might actually receive the reasonable answers that they could never get from th.eir parents

Nor do they want their sons and daughters to be influenced by the protests which will invariably be initiated Haredi soldiers over being forced to attend concerts with women singing and dancing.

OK, so finally the K'nesseth has woken up to the brilliant, but evil, plan to take the Haredim in slowly, a little bit at a time. They will be much easier to brainwash and indoctrinate into harmless "religious nationalists" undying State loyalists, whose bark is much worse than their bite.

This is "Shiksa." 
Her bark is worse than her bite.
But, at least she knows the right people to bite.
And so, Minister Bennett, with regard to "Haredi integration into the IDF," good luck. I thik you will need it. Because I sincerely believe that it will backfire, and we may actually end up something close to a truly Jewish army.

So, are you all upset that I am calling out Minister Naftali Bennett, by saying that is not a nationalist?

That's OK, because with the possible exception of with one or two Members of K'nesseth, I do not believe that there are any nationalists in the K'nesseth,...at least not Jewish ones anyway.

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