There are Real Choices on November 1 when Israel goes to the Polls.
When Israel goes to the poll on November 1, and you are still unsure of whom to vote for, ask yourself this question of all the candidates who are most likely to deliver a sovereign, secure and prosperous Jewish State for your children’s future.
That question is what makes this election so important for Israel’s ongoing viability. The current crop of political leaders and their Partys insist on clinging to worn-out rhetoric and failed policies attempting to preserve the soft crust of a Liberal Western gentile value system for as long as possible, knowing that beneath this charade, no idyllic realm of two states living side by side in amity can ever co-exist. Instead, our children would be the inheritors of a violent world of the Arab jihad.
Faced with the eventual societal decline, one is left with little option but to vote for Jewish patriots who reject the politics that assess the costs and benefits and choose the ‘optimal’ solution. The present-day Maccabies refuse to ally themselves with those who promise to replace the difficult choices with the easy pragmatic approach. No Jewish leader would ever play this loser’s game unless he were in Western leadership’s grip. There are questions for loyal Jews as to how this political class, so seemingly detached from ordinary loyalties, came into being. These politicians habitually override the electorate’s concerns to curry favour with the United States and the European Union.
These questionable leaders pandy to the media, no longer able or willing to resist its empty ethos. Instead, they are prepared to put their media image ahead of the national interest in any contest between them.
Even as I write this commentary, the interim Israel Prime Minister Yair Lapid has once again cancelled national sovereignty over the critical issue of territorial waters and the natural resources found within those sovereign borders by bowing to American pressure and rewarding Lebanon a Hezbollah proxy.
Should you vote for these Bankrupt leaders, Israel’s future would be bleak indeed.
However, the people of Israel have real alternatives to the Quislings. The alternative is found in the Religious Zionist Party and its leaders, Itamar Ben Gvir and Bezalel Smothrich.
On November 1, your children come first!