Friday, November 30, 2012

Who Is Voting For The Jewish Home Party?

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This guy is...

The Jewish Home/The New National Religious Party
One person commented on a string on Facebook that he intended to vote for Bayit Yehudi (Jewish Home Party).  He was concerned about making sure that Religious Zionist institutions receive necessary funding. He also suggested that Prime Minister Netanyahu does not care about what Religious Zionist institutions looked like.

Esser Agaroth:

1. Funding: 
Anyone who ends up joining the government will have its funding determined by the government.  In other word, the current, and probably continuing, Prime Minister Netanyahu's government will be making those determinations.

It does not matter if you call it...

Getting your rightful piece of the pie

Preferred budgetary distribution

They are all the same thing.

So, if you are concerned about solely with your community receiving funding for its institutions, then all you have to do is to make sure that your community's representatives join whichever government gets into power.

Take a lesson from some other Israeli political parties from 1993 (Oslo Death Accords) and 2005 (Jewish Expulsion from Azza), which shall remain nameless for now.

2. Religious Zionist Institutions:
I am absolutely positive that whoever is truly calling the shots IS interested in what the Religious Zionist institutions look like.


To make sure that undying State-loyalism is held above Torah.  Worse yet, to make sure that Religious Zionist children are brainwashed into believing that undying State-loyalism = Torah! (חו"ח)

After all, the government believes that there is a limit as to how far its Mamlakhti "rabbinic" puppets can be trusted.

3. The Jewish Home Party:
Naftali Bennet
Newly chosen party head Naftali Bennet may turn out to be a helpful Member of K'nesseth.

We will see. 

But most of the rest of them, are Mamlakhtim (undying, don't refuse orders to throw Jews out of their homes, State=Torah) "Religious" Zionists. 

This is why my fellow Torah Nationalist friends either home school their, fund their own schools, like in Yitzhar, or send their kids to Haredi schools such as Boston, and concern themselves with hashqafah when they arrive home. 

What does that tell you about the state of Religious Zionist institutions?

They don't want their kids indoctrinated into the undying State-loyalist, system of brainwashing education. 

Thus, there are at least Two Religious Zionist Camps, Not One.

One is The Real Religious Zionist, being both Religious and Zionist, BOTH concepts having been born exclusively from the Torah.

The other is...., well, confused and misguided.

Which one do you belong to?

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

How Is Spain Granting Citizenship To Jews A Good Thing?

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It's not. 

JPost: Spain: Sephardi Jews To Receive Instant Citizenship

Marion Fischel, November 27, 2012

Spain has decided to offer automatic citizenship to anyone who can successfully prove their Sephardi origins.

Spanish Coat Of Arms
Spain has decided to offer automatic citizenship to anyone who can successfully prove their Sephardi origins, Justice Minister Alberto Ruiz Gallardón announced during a ceremony last week at Madrid’s Casa Sefarad-Israel.

Presiding over the ceremony was Casa Sefarad-Israel director Florentino Portero, and attendees included Gallardón, Foreign and Cooperation Minister José Manuel García-Margallo, and Isaac Querub, president of the Federation of Jewish Communities and Casa Sefarad’s director, the Spanish daily El Pais reported.

In his speech, Querub referred to the “nostalgia” and “longing” of the Sephardim for Spain,...

Why aren't they longing for Eretz Yisrael? Pretty sad, coming from the president of the Federation of Jewish Communities.  I detect Erev Rav influence at play here.

...and the 500 years that had passed from the 1492 Expulsion Decree until King Juan Carlos’s 1992 visit to Madrid’s Beit Jacob synagogue, where the king emphasized that “the Hispanic Jews are at home.” 

No, they are not.  The only true, place for Jews to be at home is Eretz Yisra'el.

Querub said the king’s words had come true in the updated version of the Carta de Naturaleza (“conditions for citizenship”).

In that charter’s previous incarnation, the naturalization stipulations – for those who could prove they were Jews originating from Sefarad (Spain) – included a two-year residence period in the country. The upgrade has abolished that condition and allows for granting immediate citizenship to those able to come up with a mixture of family anecdotes, genealogical trees, ancestors buried in Jewish graves, language and customs, whether they live in Spain or abroad, said Gallardón.

He called the move a mechanism for putting the Sephardim back into Spain – “a procedure aimed at reuniting those who have been unjustly deprived of their nationality and have recreated in their hearts a Spain that they never resigned themselves to losing and that from now on is as much theirs as it is ours, under the law.” (cont.)

(eyes rolling)

Lure Jews out of Israel, and possibly ordered to do so by the powers that be.
You can continue reading this report from JPost.  But, I wouldn't bother.  It's just more of the same fawning over the goyim.

The Nice, But Ineffective Likud Party List Of Candidates

י"ד לחודש התשעי תשע"ג MK Ben Ari: Likud List Is Nice, But Ineffective 
'Elkin, Levin, Hotovely and Danon were in the Knesset when Netanyahu froze construction.'

Gil Ronen, November 27, 2012

MK Michael Ben-Ari
MK Michael Ben Ari (Power to Israel) said Tuesday that the newly selected Likud list contains good nationalist names – but those names are not enough to keep Likud's leader from steering the nation in the wrong direction. "Without a doubt," he said, "Elkin, Hotovely, Yariv Levin and Danny Danon are honest ideologues and they mean what they say. However, we must remember that they were already in the Knesset in the previous term, and that did not prevent Netanyahu from recognizing a Palestinian state and freezing construction in Judea and Samaria."

"The influence of these members is marginal, I am sorry to say, and it will continue to remain marginal. We see this already this morning, with Netanyahu saying that he wants to keep Dan Meridor and Benny Begin at his side.What does that tell you about the Likud's true direction?

Ben Ari did not mention the newly elected Moshe Feiglin in his statement.

Ben Ari also blasted Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman. "The man is an elections hound, and history proves that on the eve of elections he always makes right wing statements and is suddenly deep within the Right, but it is no secret that inside, at home, in critical government votes, Lieberman turns out to be an opportunist, and he was a partner to all of this government's failures."

Ben Ari noted the government's "surrender" in Gaza as a case in point. "Instead of entering Gaza, erasing the enemy and bringing Hamas down on its knees, the Netanyahu-Lieberman government delivered a disappointment, and not for the first time."

Ben Ari heads the newly formed Power to Israel faction together with MK Aryeh Eldad.

MK Ben-Ari is right on point.

However, he failed to mention Danny Danon's history of collaboration with Christian missionaries, nor his infamous, and completely unnecessary, apology to Turkey.  He also neglected to mention the destruction of 10-year old neighborhood in Beth-El, the destruction of Migron, and the destruction of any number of other Jewish strongholds in Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria).

Nevertheless, it looks Ben-Ari and Eldad's "Power To Israel" Party will be getting my vote, come this 11 Shvat (January 22, 2013).

Oh, No. Not Another Israeli Political Party!

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The thing about Tzippy Livni is that on the surface, she actually doesn't seem half bad, just horribly, horribly misguided.

She is certainly the most interesting candidate, having been a former spy.  Netanyahu (Likud) grew up in Northwest Philly and went to Harvard.  Boring!  At least his brother Yoni z"l was the heroic commander in a hijacking rescue operation.  Shaul Mofaz (Kadima) was an immigrant from Iran and a military man, Avigodor Lieberman was an immigrant from the Former Soviet Union, and Shelly Yahamovitch (Labor) a journalist, and TV news anchor.  (yawn) And let us not forget Ahmed Tibi ysh"w, who is a gynecologist. (Didn't he lose this year?)

What could be more interesting han being a spy?  I even suggested that her code name could have been The White Bird (See picture below).

JPost: Tzipi Livni Launches New Political Party: The Movement 
Former FM Livni says she is the only ideological alternative to the Netanyahu government, says Netanyahu was the loser of the Likud primaries and could still lose in the general elections. Former Kadima leader Tzipi Livni's new political party is the only ideological alternative in the upcoming elections to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's government, she said at a press conference announcing the formation of her new political party, "The Movement."

Tzipporah = "bird;" Livni = from the word for "white"
I'm sorry, but in English, I cannot help but think of a particular "movement" the human body makes. מי שמבין יבין.

Livni said she only made the decision to run in the elections after former prime minister Ehud Olmert failed to declare his own candidacy.

Why did the JPost forget to mention Olmert's conviction and remaining pending charge?

"I entered (the race) because the political field remained empty," she said.

Empty? There's that much difference between Livni, a former Likudnik, and Mofaz (Kadima) or Yahamovitch (Labor)?  I think not.

"The Israeli people deserve better than a life in between rounds of violence," Livni said, adding that her children pushed her to continue fighting politically. "When my son went to fight in the South, I told him I would fight in my field so he won't have to fight in his."

Jewish mother of a soldier putting his life on the line:  Voters can relate to that, and not just other parents of soldiers.  She may exploit it, but it IS true.

She added: "Netanyahu lost the election in Likud," referencing the Likud's primary elections in which right-wing candidates beat out more moderate ones. "It was Netanyahu's loss and Feiglin's victory. Tomorrow it can be Netanyahu's loss and a victory for us all."

Again, Livni is correct, at least on the surface.  I doubt that Netanyahu, like Barak, has outlived his usefulness to the powers that be.  So, Netanyahu's "loss" must have some purpose which serves their interests.

Livni devoted a significant portion of her announcement to the diplomatic field, where she has the most experience, having played a major role in negotiations with the Palestinians under Ehud Olmert.

How is it supposed to help her by invoking Olmert's name?

Attacking the Netanyahu government and the Likud's shift to the Right, Livni said, "A government that initially refused to say two states is getting one in the UN and one in Gaza," she said.

More of the same suicidal, "two state" crap?  OK. So, maybe Tzippy Livni really IS that bad.

The former Likud MK and Kadima leader also emphasized her commitment to ensuring Israel's security and both its Jewish and democratic character.

"democratic character" - Anti-Torah character.

Livni had delayed announcing her future for weeks amid speculation that she would run with an existing party or try to form a bloc of parties on the Center-Left.

...which means that she was unsuccessful.  She tried enlisting the help of Labor Party Leader Shelly Yahamovitch, President Shimon Peres (Kadima), and even former Prime Minister and convicted criminal Ehud Olmert (Kadima), but to no avail.

She did not present her candidates at Tuesday’s press conference.

Sources said she felt no need to hurry to reveal her candidates since Knesset lists do not need to be submitted to the Central Elections Committee until December 6. They added she wanted to announce her political comeback before leaving for the Saban Center Conference in Washington on Thursday.

Former prime minister Ehud Olmert, who met with Livni Monday night at his Tel Aviv office, is not expected to announce his political future until Wednesday. Sources said all options were still open for him.

On the surface, this new party should be embraced as a good thing.  It will just take votes from Kadima and Labor, and possibly Likud.  Of course, whatever party wins in the next elections, it will be directed from behind the scenes by Shimon Peres and whoever gives him his orders, probably from abroad.

This new party seems to indicate only one thing.  Tzippy Livni has lost her usefulness to the powers that be.  She is either trying to fight it (dumb idea), or playing out her role, so that she can lean back and live out the rest of her life in comfort, for having followed orders.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Why Did Ehud Barak Resign From Politics?

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Former Israeli Prime Minister and current Defense Minister SAYS he is resigning from politics, in order to "study, write, live and have a good time" and "stems from a desire to dedicate more time to [his] family."

But, what is the real reason that one of Israel's shadiest politicians is resigning from politics.

Let's take a look.

(Tip Credit: The Torah Revolution)

YNET: Ehud Barak Resigns From Politics
Defense minister announces he is quitting public life to spend more time with family; 'I want to study, write, live and have a good time, he says. Minister Erdan: Barak misread political climate in Mideast 

Yuval Karni, Attila Somfalvi, November 26, 2012

Defense Minister Ehud Barak announced Monday that he is resigning from politics and will not contend in the upcoming Knesset election. He will complete his term as defense minister, he said.

Translation: There are several possibilities - 1) He has outgrown his usefulness to the powers that be; 2) The powers that be have other plans for him; 3) This is part of a series of distractions, to take attention away from something else; 4) His Independence Party did not look like it would have enough votes to get him re-elected to the K'nesseth anyway (Tip: Efraim HaQatan); 5) All of the above.

Barak stated that while he had difficulties making the decision, he was confident in his choice. "I want to study, to write to live and have a good time," he said.

"My decision to resign stems from my desire to dedicate more time to my family," he said, adding that his passion never lied in politics.

Translation: A position behind the scenes sounds like a possibility.
"There are many ways to contribute to the state, not only through politics," he noted. (cont.)

Translation: We haven't heard the last of Ehud Barak.

In the meantime, say goodbye to Ehud Barak.

Goodbye, Ehud Barak!

Haveil Haveilim #387 Is Up!

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This week's Thanksgiving Ceasefire Edition the Haveil Havalim Blog Carnival is hosted at Beneath The Wings.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

"Hamas's Peace" Translated

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The following news report requires a translation, in order to understand it fully.

Please allow me to share my expert and personal experience with you, by translating it for you (blue italics).

YNET: Mashaal: Prepared For Peace Without Blood, Weapons
Hamas politiburo chief voices moderate positions in CNN interview; says he is willing to accept Palestinian state along 1967 borders, conditioning such a deal on end of 'occupation,' dismantling of security wall.

"End of 'Occupation'" - The Israeli Defense Forces [IDF]defending Jews living in the Land of Israel have been inconveniencing Arab terrorist plots to murder Jews.

"Dismantling of Security Wall" - The security wall is another inconvenience to Arab terrorist plots.

For the record, I am also for the dismantling of the so-called "security wall," I do not want an ugly wall running through, and dividing up the Jewish Homeland. 

Elior Levy, November 25, 2012 

Hamas Chief Khaled Mashaal,...caught mid-snort

Hamas Politburo Chief Khaled Mashaal said his Islamist movement Hamas is willing to accept a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders or 22% of "historical Palestine."

 Translation:"Historical Palestine" - They want to claim that there is no Israel, and never was. Even though 'Palestine' is just an adaption of the purposeful, Roman misnaming of Israel.

Pseudostinian Authority President Abu Mazen holds up a map of "Historical Palestine."

According to Mashaal, this has been Hamas' mission and what it has been fighting for since its inception. In an interview aired this weekend on CNN, Mashaal said: "I accept a Palestinian state according to the 1967 borders with Jerusalem as the capital, with the right to return."

"1967 borders" - Hamas is taking a lesson of patience from Fatah.  They are willing to accept the so-called 1967 borders, now, because they realize that it will allow

"Right to return" - To battle Israel more effectively on the population front, allowing them to increase baby production even faster. Even though if Arabs really wanted to "return," then they should return to Syria, Jordan, and Egypt, where they really came from.

Mashaal also addressed the issue of recognizing Israel, saying "I want my state. After this state is established, it (can decide) its position toward Israel. Don't ask me when I'm in prison under Israeli pressure. You cannot ask me, as a victim, what is my stand toward Israel."

"After this state is established, it (can decide) its position toward Israel." - The Arabs have already decided to continue its attempts to destroy Israel , and are just stringing everybody along.  Gee. The infidel international community is pretty gulable, isn't it?

"Victim" - The key word in Arab lies to the rest of the world, to garner sympathy.  Reuters, the Crescent News Network [CNN], and the AP, along with so-called UN "peace keeping" forces are included in the list of past and current collaborators.

 'Ready to resort to a peaceful path'
Mashaal blamed the Fatah movement and Yasser Arafat for neglecting the Palestinian issue since Arafat declared independence in Algeria in 1988.

"I am the leader of Hamas. I tell you and the whole world, we are ready to resort to a peaceful way, without blood and weapons," Mashaal said, "as long as we attain our Palestinian demands. A Palestinian state and the ending of the occupation and the (West Bank security) wall."

"as long as we attain our Palestinian demands" - Give the Arabs what they want, or they will kill more Jews, during the non-existent ceasefire they fooled the international community into believing.

During the interview Mashaal denied that Hamas was responsible for the bombing of a Tel Aviv bus last week during Operation Pillar of Defense.

 denial of responsibility - The Arabs had other Arabs carry it out, or simply took their turn. Either way, they are hardly putting up a fuss about it.
This is not the first time Mashaal has claimed that his organization is willing to accept a Palestinian state within the 1967 borders in return for a long term calm (hudna) with Israel.  However, what was peculiar was the moderate tone of his words in comparison to the heated comments of Hamas' leaders in Gaza since the ceasefire came into effect.

"Hudna" - A period of pause to rearm, plot, plan, and train little children to murder Jews more effectively.

"Ceasefire" - An opportunity to sneak in some more murder, while nobody's looking.

Ahmed, What did you do at summer camp? Was it fun?
 Earlier Sunday, London-based Arabic-language newspaper Al-Hayat reported that Mashaal will arrive in Gaza next month and participate in a ceremony marking 25 years since Hamas' establishment.

A Hamas figure expressed concerned over Mashaal's arrival, claiming such a visit puts the senior leader at risk as Israel is now like a "wounded tiger" looking for even the smallest of victories to "save face."

Mashaal announced a few months ago that he would not continue serving as Hamas' politiburo head, and within the movement elections for his replacement are already in motion.

"his replacement" - his puppet.

It seems that the two leading nominees for the job are Hamas Prime Minister in Gaza Ismail Haniyeh and the organization's deputy politburo chief, Mousa Abu Marzook. It is possible that in the wake of Operation Pillar of Defense the situation will change and there will be mounting pressure on Mashaal to stay on as politburo chief.

 Three possibilities for the next Hamas Chief - There is some disagreement amongst Arab leaders over how to go about murdering more Jews, and destroying Israel AND/OR a fixed election will help keep the wool over the eyes of idiot leftists, and other assorted Jew-haters.