Monthly Archives: February 2017

Who Thought Of Trading Tzipi Livni For Salam Fayyad?

Tzipi Livni

Tzipi Livni has reason now to leave Israeli politics for greener fields. Head of Hatnua political party, she wanted to be Prime Minister of Israel and has not been able to break through the political morass to achieve her goal. But her qualities  [Caveat: which some say include the dubious quality …

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The Day of the Dhimmi is Done.

There are two points concerning Jews and Israel that I very much want to get across to the politically-inclined. The first is that the day of the dhimmi is done. No longer will we allow ourselves to be pushed around as pawns in someone else’s political game. Nor will we …

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The March to Dhimmitude.

We know there is something wrong when it is acceptable to call the Jews the new Nazis. This is the clarion call of those who support the fake narrative of Arabs calling themselves Palestinians as if they were a real people-like the French, the Germans, the Jews.  But God help …

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From Israel: Ferment and Substance.

We are dealing, shall we say, with a “high energy” time – a time of tumult and clamor and angst, sometimes with decidedly negative overtones. But that does not mean there is no positive substance – or promise of positive substance – beyond the ferment.  Not at all. ~~~~~~~~~~ Here …

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The Enemy Within at it again!

The AJDS – the Australian Jewish Democratic Society, aka ‘the enemy within’ are at it again, though nowhere near as bad as this article I wrote in September 2013.  The Enemy Within. They are based in Melbourne which is the centre of ‘leftism’ in this country. It’s bad enough having …

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Genghis Hitler.

This is the most pathological moment in US political history since 1968. I come out of the progressive-left, but the movement lost me when I started noticing Nazi Swastikas entwined with Stars of David at anti-war rallies in San Francisco. Once it became clear that anti-Zionists were making homes for …

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Arlene from Israel: Outrage!

When I posted yesterday, the final outcome on the Amona situation was still pending. I wrote with a note of qualified hope.  First, because I am seeing a shift to the right in this country, which suggests the possibility of constructive action down the road. And then because, foolishly, I …

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