Smotrich the Quiet Achiever or Hatchet Man let Loose.
It’s gratifying to finally see Itamar Ben Gvir given the Ministry for Internal Security and responsibility for the Negev and Galilee portfolio in part. While this has been much anticipated, we are still waiting on a final agreement with the Religious Zionist Party of Bezalel Smotrich that will enable Binyamin Netanyahu to form the thirty-seventh government of Israel.
Smotrich has proven himself to be a very able negotiator with principles and resolve to achieve the best result for the Jewish State and its people.
Bezalel Smotrich, the quiet achiever or hatchet man, let loose amongst the party politics that has stifled authentic Jewish values from taking hold in Israel since 1948. While Itamar Ben Gvir places his sights on Balfour Street for the next four years, his one-time Allie Bezalel Smotrich has his sights firmly on what will be today and envisions a Jewish State under Torah for tomorrow.
Smotrich is fast becoming the watchman of our times, and the campaign of defamation, innuendo and outright lies that have been mounted against him by the Leftist media and its political partners, not to mention the smear tactics used by certain sectors of the Likud has been relentless. However, Smotrich shows no sign of caving into the pressure of friend and foe. His detractors have portrayed a vicious, false and outrageous image of Smotrich and Itamar Ben Gvir to convince the Jewish people that they represent a moral threat to the very existence of the Jewish State when in fact, the truth is the complete opposite of the establishments hate campaign.
The Jewish establishment from New York to Tel Aviv fears the truth spoken by these authentic Jewish leaders concerning their failed leadership.
It’s time that yellow journalism and dishonest politicians were given their marching orders ceasing to drive a wedge between Jews wherever they live.
It’s imperative that Besalel Smotrich is welcomed into the Netanyahu government without strings attached. Then Israel can move forward with confidence in its leaders and institutions.