November 25, 2007

The Establishment's War on the Jews

Two statements from Israel today provide proof-positive of the Israeli establishment's war on the Jews.

Former chief of staff General Moshe Yaalon - dismissed by Sharon for his security warnings against the Gaza surrender - says that Israel's press and media will always protect corrupt politicians so long as they support the peace camp in concessions to the Arabs.

This corroborates the unrepentant confession of Haaretz editor David Landau in boasting that his newspaper had "wittingly soft-pedaled" alleged corruption by Israeli political leaders including prime ministers Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert, when, in the opinion of Haaretz, the policies of those leaders were advancing the peace process.

When participants challenged him concerning the morality of such an approach, Landau responded with the extraordinary assertion that "more immorality happens every day at a single roadblock [in Judea and Samaria] than in all the scandals put together."

He then unashamedly assured those present that Haaretz was ready to repeat the process in order "to ensure that Olmert goes to Annapolis."

The second revelation comes from deputy Labor Party leader, Ami Ayalon. When asked how the government would deal with Right Wing opposition to territorial concessions at Annapolis he said that the Shabak [Secret Police] would have to deal with that problem.

No doubt this means more broken bones and smashed skulls in mounted police charges on Religious Zionists and their womenfolk. Ayalon should know: he was once head of Shabak - an organisation with many questions to answer over the Rabin assassination and how its own agent provocateur incited Yigal Amir and provided him with the murder weapon.

With a corrupt media, a brutal secret police and a supreme court that routinely overrules the elected Knesset, what chance is there for democracy in the State of Israel?

Perhaps none. But the godless establishment of the Left will not prevail. Just this week they were presented with incontrovertible evidence of the decline of secularism and a 20% rise of religious and traditional observance in just the last 7 years.

Israel will soon have a government of the people and for the people and a media and security service that puts the rights and welfare of Jews way above those of our Arab enemies.

And Haaretz will wind up exactly as its name suggests. In d'rerd!

[That's Yiddish for: in the ground]

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