Itamar Ben Gvir is the Ultimate Outsider
There is something about great radical solutions to political questions which seems to make it necessary for them to be born in the minds of those who, in some sense, stand on the edge, look in from the outside, and can see the problem and its solution more clearly than those caught up in facts and figures inherent in the bureaucracy of power. These leaders can only see the difficulties and complications they confront from a position of the possible. They are limited to the small expectations of their creation, ever to conceive anything so bold, so simple, so radical and in a sense, so fantastic as Itamar Ben Gvir’s political plan for the Jewish State.
His sincerity and honesty guarantee his policy’s integrity. Despite the passionate opposition to his Jewish patriotism from many sides, it is becoming increasingly clear to anyone who approaches his political thought with an open mind will see the Religious Zionists are the only Party to embrace extraordinary solutions to the longstanding problems that confront the State of Israel.
Ben Gvir sees these problems in the simplest terms and provides the most radical solutions to the issues that threaten the existence of the Jewish State. He knows that so long as the current political mandarins govern who believe in nothing other than to retain power over Israeli society, in the name falsely invoked of Zionist, Liberal Democratic values. Then Jews will continue to be offered up to theories and abstractions about Democracy, and the inclusiveness of those who would destroy the Jewish State is a form of idolatry and human sacrifice – colder and more destructive than the early years of Labour rule in the fledgling State.
On November 1, we, the voters, should look with disbelief and anger at what the other political Partys would have us accept as good for the country and vote accordingly.