Tuesday, February 04, 2014

MK Moshe Feiglin is Even More Awesome than I Thought!

ד' לחודש השנים עשר תשע"ד

Feiglin: We Don't Need Judea and Samaria Council
MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud) said that the Council of Judea and Samaria was a “great danger” to the Land of Israel.

February 4, 2014

MK Moshe Feiglin
In an interview Monday night, MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud) said that the Council of Judea and Samaria was a “great danger” to the Land of Israel. “It would be best for Israel if the body known as the Council of Judea and Samaria were to pass from the world,” he said on Galey Israel radio.

The problem, he said, was that the organization did absolutely nothing to defend and encourage Jewish settlement in Judea and Samaria. “They put their hands into my pocket but do not consult with me,” he said, speaking as a resident of a town in Samaria. “In essence they are robbing me.”

The Council, he said, was acting “in an immoral manner. The Council says that since represents local authorities in Judea and Samaria, that I automatically support it and everything it does because I voted in a local election,” Feiglin said. “As far as I know, the Council has caused nothing but damage to the cause of settling Judea and Samaria.”

When asked if he would close down the Council, Feiglin answered “yes, it would be best for the Land of Israel if that group were to disappear.”

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
I have already praised MK Moshe Feiglin for his work on behalf of Jewish rights and claims to Har HaBayith (Temple Mount), continually exposing the truth about Arabs and their motivations, contributing to the re-building of a collective, Jewish backbone, and for various other reasons. In fact, Feiglin is really the only reason why I have not cancelled my membership in the Likud Party. Even though there are many reasons on the side of my doing so.

I am now happy to praise MK Feiglin again now.

 The only question I have is if MK Feiglin saying what everyone else in Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria) wants to say. Or is he still one of the only few in this region who is awake to see the Yesha Council's shenanigans?

I hope that the former is correct.

The YeSh"A (Judea, Samaria, and Gaza)Council, or as we preferred to call them, when I lived in the Shomron, the Pesha (crime) Council or the Resha (evil) Council, still has the hutzpah to keep the "A" for Azza (Gaza) in its name. Even though it is responsible for the expulsion of almost 10,000 Jews from their homes and lands there, back in 2005/תשס"ה.

The 40 minute, must-see, video Meraglim ("Spies") explains it all, including the YeSh"A Council's collusion with the government, and collaboration with the Shabba"k (General Security Service).

The YeSh"A Council's shenanigans did not stop there, collaborating with the government to remove so-called "trouble-making" hilltop communities, which is code for "too ideological for the YeSh"A Council to be able to control. In fact, I have it on high authority that the YeSh"A Council has even condoned, if not supported, violent intervention against the expression of free speech, when not getting its way.

Now, how deMOCKratic, or rather DEMONcratic is that?

Well, no one can say that MK Feiglin has not been working to eliminate government waste, which the YeSh"A Council most definitely is.


Ariel ben Yochanan said...

B"H - The problem with Feiglin is never what he says, but what he does, i.e. he siphons the good Jewish energies of his supporters right back to where they do not belong, to the heart of the secular, read kofer, political process in general and to the Likud party in particular. What (Torah) good can ever come from there? Besides, swearing allegiance to the state as an MK is also problematic, but I don't want to open up that can of worms now.

Hodo Hashem said...

Ariel- you are probably Shabak.

Ariel ben Yochanan said...

B" - Naa Hodo Hashem, probably you are.

Shy Guy said...

No, Ariel isn't Shabak. He just doesn't believe that we can potentially partner and accomplish any good with fellow secular or "cultural" Jewish Israelis who at least have a respect for their fellow religious Jews.

Feiglin has shown what a ton of Torah good can come from there. He has a larger than ever secular audience who are introduced to Torah concepts they never knew about and an understanding of how the Torah permeates all aspects of building a nation, from security to economy to education.

As the saying goes, don't throw out the baby with the bath water. And give the baby some time to grow and learn. All is not lost.

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