Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Amona: The Latest Erev Rav Strategy

צום החמישי תשע"ג
Fast of the Fifth Month (Tisha b'Av) 5773

On July 12, in the goyshe calendar, not surprising used by the Israeli Government, the Binyamin town Amona was supposed to be "evacuated," the government's and the Leftist-control news media's euphenism for expulsion and destruction.

At the last minute, the Israeli "justice" system decided to give the town more time to prove that the the land was "legally" bought from the Arabs who supposedly owned it in the first place. The residents of Amona already were able to produce such documents for something like 70 percent of the land upon which the twon sits. Why this was not good enough for the courts, I have no idea.

Why the settlers are still demonized for following government procedure, I have no idea. The government messed up; it should take the wrap. Of course, the government's initial mistake in the process was not annexing the land in the first place, back in תשכ"ז/1967.when we successfully conquered it, as we were COMMANDED to do so.

Years after receiving approval form the Israeli government to build on a newly founded, Jewish stronghold, the left, pawns of the Erev Rav, Labor Zionists working from within the Israeli government itself initiate the following strategies in order to take down the very town:
1. Battle the legitimacy of the approval in the Israeli justice system.

2. Protest, demanding admittance to the town, and sometimes demanding admittance for Arabs into the town.

3. Bringing CNN and left-wing news agencies from Europe and elsewhere to provide a distorted report on the town.

4. Sabotage an Arab town or agriculture, and then blame the nearby Jewish town.

5. Encourage Arabs, who have been silence for 10 years or more, to come forward and claim ownership of the land, where the Jewish stronghold sits.
We have already seen this happen in Migron and in the Ulpana neighborhood of Beth-El.

Hasn't anyone figured out that that using the Israeli [In]Justice System to remove Jews is a heck of a lot easier that pulling out IDF troops, traumatizing them, and risking the bad publicity of soldiers and entire units refusing orders to expel Jews from their homes?

Doesn't anyone remember the last time we depended on the government and the YeSh"A Council to do the right thing?

Time to stop repeating the same mistakes over again, expecting different results. They just ain't gonna work!

The Israeli government has adapted continuously trying to to find just the right strategy to defeat us, those who hold Torah higher than human law. So, far they have won many battles but are still far away from wining the war.

We cannot be complacent. We cannot simply "stand idly by," accepting "help" from "reinvented" councils, from foreign countries, and from foreign religions.

We must finally wake up.

From Amona's Wikipedia page:

MK Effie Eitom at Amona
Former MK Effie Eitam
(Renewed Religious
2006 evacuation
10,000 Israel Police, Israel Border Police, and Israel Defense Forces troops appeared in Amona to carry out the demolition and to secure the troops involved in the operation. They faced an estimated 4,000 Israeli protesters, one thousand actively protesting inside and around the houses, and another few thousand in the surrounding area. The protesters mostly consisted of youths from across the country, but especially from nearby settlements and schools, some of which had fortified themselves inside the homes and on the roofs in an effort to block, delay, or protest the order being carried out. The violent clashes that ensued surpassed any previous clashes between the security forces of the State of Israel and civilians, including the 2005 unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip and destruction of the Gush Katif settlements.

Nili: “You see me in the photograph, one against many, but that is only an illusion – behind the many stands one man – [Prime Minister Ehud] Olmert, but behind me stand the Lord and the people of Israel.”
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
 Incidentally, Nili is not a nickname, like you might have thought. It is an acronym. When the prophet Shmu'el rebukes King Sha'ul for taking Amaleq's property, instead of destroying it like he destroyed the men, women, and children, and like The Almighty commanded, he says,...
שמואל טו,כט וְגַם נֵצַח יִשְׂרָאֵל, לֹא יְשַׁקֵּר וְלֹא יִנָּחֵם:  כִּי לֹא אָדָם הוּא, לְהִנָּחֵם.

Shmu'el 15:29 And also the Glory of Israel will not lie nor repent; for He is not a man, that He should repent.'
The Glory of Israel is, of course, The Almighty, Who never has to say that He's sorry. He only has what is best for us in mind, even when some would dare to call it "politically-incorrect."

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