Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Congratulations Israeli President Rivlin on your Election. May we now hear the real news?

י״ג לחודש השלישי תשע״ד

Reuven Rivlin
10th President of the State of Israel

"I am leaving politics and the Likud [Party]. From now on, I am a man for all of the people."
-newly elected Israeli President Reuven "Ruby" Rivlin (translated from YNET News Flash)

Well, I cannot think of too many other individuals than Ruby Rivlin suitable for the supposedly symbolic role of President within the State of Israel's excuse for a democratic system of government.

I am also certainly pleased that outgoing President Shimon Peres did not stick around for another year, if not indefinitely, as had been threatened suggested he might.

However, I am no longer fooled by the pomp, the ceremony, and the spin of the mainstream news media's attempt to tell me what is or isn't news, and what is or what isn't important.

Rather, I am interested in what is not being reported, or reported but with only a few lines, buried somewhere between the obituaries and crossword puzzle.

I am interested in the well-timed, simultaneous events which the election of a new president was supposed to distract us from?

The Vatican's take over of King David's Tomb, perhaps, which has been denied up and down by most every member of the Israeli government and his cousin?

More secret agreements, like the Oslo Death Accords, with those who would wipe Israel off the face of the globe?

More Land giveaways?

More releases of Arab murderers?

The possibilities are endless.

And speaking of Shimon Peres, remember the little boy who was willing to see, and willing to point out to his fellow subjects that the Emperor was indeed naked, and not dressed in his newly made finery?

Well, likewise, I feel like I am practically the only one who is willing to see, and willing to point out that in the supposedly apolitical role of Israeli President, Shimon Peres was anything but apolitical! In fact, he was political in almost everything he did and said!
And what about Shimon Peres's plans for the future? ...besides complicity in the Vatican takeover of King David's Tomb, of course.
Perhaps that was what we were being distracted from seeing.


Billy said...

What's really interesting is that Sa'ar led Rivlin's campaign, despite the fact that Bibi publicly did everything in his power to keep Rivlin from the presidency.

This could never have happened even two years ago. I think the knives are really out for Bibi in the Likud. In the next primaries, I don't think it will be just Feiglin running against Bibi.

goyisherebbe said...

Yes, the presidential (mudslinging) campaign is less notable for what it says about Ruby than what it says about Bibi (or maybe his wife): vindictive, scheming, doublecrossing, etc.

2senseplain said...

Personally I think Bibi was employing the Briar Patch strategy to get rid of a serious rival. In other words, the one who really won the election was Bibi.

Esser Agaroth said...

At the risk of sounding like I'm trying to please all of the people all of the time....

The three of you all present plausible theories.

What else can I say, except, I would still like to know if something else was timed to take place at the same time, something that we wouldn't notice, due to our attention on this election.

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