Failed Bennett/Lapid government was nothing more than a Disaster for Israel.
Ex-Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is touting his government’s successes and defending its betrayal of Jewish values while lauding the Arab Brother Hood-inspired Ra am party within the late government ranks.
I wrote in an earlier article that I would not unduly criticise Jews I disagreed with unless their actions were patently anti-Jewish.
Well, Bennett’s recent apologia comes under the category of anti-Jewish, anti-Zionist propaganda.
When sifting through this government’s achievements, one need go no further than the controversial electricity bill passed in early January 2022—legalising 130,000 Arab settlers and providing them with electricity, water, and sewage connection while denying the same benefits to Jews who are considered supporters of a free Israel.
To rub salt in the wound, Bennett/Lapid allocated 16 Billion US dollars in the budget for Arab communities to spend however they saw fit.
Yes, Netanyahu had encouraged this sort of outcome during his 12 years as Prime Minister, amongst other questionable policies.
However, he always had in mind the end goal of one Jewish State, while Bennett and co no longer appeared to believe in the Jewish vision for Israel.
These half-assimilated Jews were in the process of replacing Jewish core values with those of current Western nonsense. This could have only led to the brutalisation of Israeli society. We were further immersing our Jewish people in the mud of animalism.
What would have been left of the Zionist dream had the state fallen victim to the bankrupt ideologies that are not Jewish but instead prostituting itself to American exceptionalism?
Israel is in the throes of a war of ideas, values, of civilisation. We can no longer embrace the malignancy of gentilization with its license, total self-indulgence, and self-destruction.
We must reject the destructive Western anarchy of worthless values that can only bring destruction and shame to our people.
The only answer is a return to the framework of halacha in the Land.