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President Shimon Peres called on Jews from Judea and Samaria last week to send a cohort with their strength and skills to settle the Negev.
Chana Ya'ar July 28, 2013
Addressing an event to mark the 70th anniversary of Kibbutz Revivim – located deep in the Negev – Peres noted that at present, there are only 6,500 residents in the Ramat Hanegev region.
Even if half the Jews living in Judea and Samaria (Yehuda and Shomron) lived in the Negev, Peres said, the regions would look different.
“There would be another 100,000 people here,” Peres said. The president apparently had not considered the fact that nearly 400,000 Jews now live in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria....
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
Disinformation? Incompetent staff? Senility? All of the above?
I, myself, am not sure. However, I am willing to put my money on motivations of evil.
The title is a shameless rip-off from Barry Chamish's book Bye, Bye, Gaza, in which he recounts the inevitable Gaza giveaway, which so many Jews refused to see it coming.
Likewise, I will suggest that the Israeli Government, or at least one of those associated with it, has been throwing around the possibility of giving up on the Gallil (Galilee). Of course, it is only speculation, but it comes from connected a rather long string of dots.
Many of you probably thought that I was going to predict the government's attempts to throw yet more Jews under the bus, or rather the tank. But, that will have to wait until next time.
When Peres was Minister in charge of Development on the Galil and the Negev, we heard about these two areas, and the importance of "settling" them ALL of the time. They were considered the perfect "alternatives" to the settlement of Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria). Farmers could farm, goatherds could goatherd, and suburbanites could suburbanite.
Yet, we all new this was part of the eventual plan to rid Yehudah and Shomron of its Jews. Some of these Jews would see the proverbial writing on the wall, and succumb to the lousy quality of enticement to get out while they could.
But, have you noticed that Peres has stopped talking about the Galil?
In fact, all of the buzz about withdrawing from Yehudah and Shomron, handing pieces of the Negev over as "compensation," and making Jerusalem an "international zone" points to one and only one thing:
|The United Nothings 1947 Partition Plan|
One of trait of the Erev Rav is the lack of connection to the Land. Another, is the bringing together of Esau (the West) and Yishma'el (Arabs/Muslims).
Torah stands in their way.
So, if the shoe fits,...
I guess this is your cue to start screaming "Conspiracy Theory!" Be my guest. When you calm down, do the research and connect the dots yourself.