Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Arab Democracy Equals Hypocrisy

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Arutz 7: Abbas: 'No Place' for Hamas in New Government
PA chairman tells France's foreign minister that any new Palestinian unity government should not include Hamas.

Elad Benari, 6/22/2015

Palestinian Authority (PA) chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Sunday told visiting French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius that any new Palestinian unity government should not include Hamas, AFP reports.

The remarks came on the eve of a key meeting of the executive committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) to discuss forming a new cabinet. The unity government between Hamas and Fatah collapsed last week as Abbas decided to dissolve it amid a deepening rift between the sides.

"(Abbas) told me this government of national unity could only include women and men who recognize Israel, renounce violence and who are in agreement with the principles of the (Mideast) Quartet," Fabius said at a press conference in Jerusalem after holding talks with Abbas in Ramallah.

Noting that those conditions ruled out Hamas, Fabius added, "And that suits us perfectly." (cont.)

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
The U. S. praised elections in the "Palestinian Authority," until Hamas won overwhelmingly.
Emblem of the "moderate"

The naive U. S. President and his Government had more egg on their face than ever before. Hamas was quickly demonized more than before (not that I disagree), and the U. S. wriggled out of its "democracy argument," no doubt with the help of news media manipulation.

Mahmud Abbas holds up
his vision of "palestine."
Suddenly, it was not OK for the people to vote for leadership of which the U. S. did not approve. Hamas was feeding its people,...just enough, building hospitals and midrasas with some of the Iranian money it receives. But, it was enough to voted into power.

Those Arabs in Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria) who voted for Hamas must not have been getting enough of what they wanted from Abbas's Fatah Party either.

Meanwhile, denial by both the Israeli Government and the West, of the Arabs' desire to take over all of Israel, one way or another, frustrates the heck out of me.

I am no longer willing to say that the West has been naively, or stupidly, trying to hammer the square, Arab peg into a Western circular slot. Rather, the "piece process" (spelled correctly) which has been dragging on and on, and has been responsible for the murders of countless Jews appears more and more as the foundation for an excuse for the West to swoop in to "rescue" us, and occupy Israel in the process,..."for our own good."

Esau and Yishma'el will be going at it with each other, just like during The Crusades, the Gates of Vienna in 1683), Iraq since 1991, Afghanistan since 2001, and every other conflict in between. Meanwhile Persia (Iran) is crouching on the side, getting ready to pounce, and who knows what Russia will decide to do.

Israel will be the center of it all, some of us crying out to The Almighty, while others may still hang on to hopes that the goyim, the U. S., the UN, the Evangelicals, will save us, or even run away.

I have still have faith in The Almighty. But, I do not have much faith in those still hanging on for their dear lives, to the "piece process" (spelled correctly), and to deMOCKratic governments and their often misdirected, military might.

Unfortunately,  I somehow think that even if the Yishma'elites destroy each other with their ridiculously hypocritical deMOCKracy, and take Persia with them, there will still be Jews talking about democracy as a modern manifestation of Torah (חו״ח), and perhaps even about setting up a memorial for their lost Yishma'elite brethren, while others will be finding plots of Land for Esau to move in next door.

I have faith that The Almighty will not let it get that far. However, that may mean an even bigger kick in the pants than we have been getting already, in order for Jews, both on the "left" and the "right," to "get it."

I am afraid that it is not going to be very pretty either. In fact, I am afraid it will get very ugly and messy.

1 comment:

Devorah Chayah said...

I'm afraid you may be right.

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