Sunday, February 10, 2013

The Yesh Atid Party: The Idiocy Begins

ל' להאחד עשר תשע"ג
Arutz 7: Yesh Atid MK Proposes Arab-Friendly National Anthem

February 10, 2013

Yesh Atid MK Ruth Calderon caused controversy Sunday with a suggestion that Israel solve the problem of Arab MKs’ disinclination to hear the national anthem by changing the anthem. “I was very sorry to hear that the Arab Members of Knesset left before ‘Hatikva’ was sung,” she wrote on her Facebook page.

“Does someone know of a way to alter the words so that they will include all citizens of Israel?” she asked. The anthem’s current words speak of the “Jewish spirit” and the historic Jewish longing to return to the land of Israel.

(Tip Credit: Jews News)
Arab appeasement?  Is that strategy really STILL around?  Are we still really that naive, stupid, or both?

Are we really that desperate for approval from a peoples that want to see the end of the Jewish Homeland?  Both Arabs AND many of those in the "international community" want to see the end of Israel as a Jewish Homeland, physically, spiritually, or both.

We already knew that the Left was interested in destroying any remaining Jewish character of Israel.  "Post-Zionist" extraordinaire, former MK Yossi Beilin (Meretz-Yachad) has spoken about no longer needing a Jewish State.  That pretty much says it all, and is much more straightforward than euphemisms like "democratic" and "multicultural."

Yesh Atid Party Leader Yair Lapid

Apparently, Yesh Atid Party Leader Yair Lapid has yet to counsel his MK's as to how, and how not, to present themselves in public.

Either that, or maybe we are now seeing even more of his nascent party's true colors showing through.

Probably both.

I wonder if MK Calderon will turn out to be the Avraham Poraz of the, now seemingly reincarnated, Shinu'i Party of Lapid's father, the late Yosef "Tommy" Lapid.

MK Avraham Poraz was known for his off the wall statements, such as "There are no poor people in Jerusalem."

MK Calderon is certainly off to a good start.

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