Tic ...Toc ... Israel

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nucksRnum1 wrote: Mar 10th, 2023, 4:55 pm
The Green Barbarian wrote: Mar 10th, 2023, 2:03 pm

This is probably why the extreme Left are such rabid anti-semites, they hate success.
Protection based on the generosity, protection and military tech of the rest of the world is not a success. Its communism.
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Mar 10th, 2023, 5:10 pm ...the anti-semitism just keeps boiling over ...
Watch this video and you won't have any antisemitism any more because you'll realize Israelis are as pathetic
and unfortunate as Canadians are - their government is as bad as ours.

[youtube]http://vaccines.news/2021-09-14-covid-v ... ilure.html[/youtube]

You can't be antisemitic when you see how horrible the Israel government treats it's own people ..... like dogs.
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Thinktank wrote: Mar 11th, 2023, 3:46 pm

Watch this video and you won't have any antisemitism any more because you'll realize Israelis are as pathetic
Barf
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Mar 11th, 2023, 6:40 pm Barf
wrong video

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUB5ta8w-4A&t=265s[/youtube]

now you really get to barf good.

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Ethnic Cleansing now.....crazy.

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The reality of Israel. And just on March 11.

1978. The coastal road massacre. Palestinian militants hijacked a bus on the Coastal Highway of Israel and murdered its occupants; 38 Israeli citizens including 13 children, were killed as a result of the attack while 76 more were wounded.

1948. Just months before Israel even became a nation, terrorists were targeting innocent Jews. A bomb planted in the courtyard of the Jewish Agency by Arab militants killed 13 and wounded many others. 

Innocents, every one of them,
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US and Israel's divide and conquer strategy between Saudi Arabia and Iran was shattered by China brokering a deal between SA and Iran. Probably in response to a far right-wing government in Israel. US and Israeli arrogance seems to have been blindsided by this monumental agreement.

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Babba_not_Gump wrote: Mar 11th, 2023, 10:11 pm The reality of Israel. And just on March 11.

1978. The coastal road massacre. Palestinian militants hijacked a bus on the Coastal Highway of Israel and murdered its occupants; 38 Israeli citizens including 13 children, were killed as a result of the attack while 76 more were wounded.

1948. Just months before Israel even became a nation, terrorists were targeting innocent Jews. A bomb planted in the courtyard of the Jewish Agency by Arab militants killed 13 and wounded many others. 

Innocents, every one of them,
Yup. But if it was up to the jew-hating extreme Left, they would kill many many more innocents. Such awful people, those Hamas-loving Leftists.
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The Green Barbarian wrote: Mar 16th, 2023, 9:54 am ...Yup. But if it was up to the jew-hating extreme Left, they would kill many many more innocents. Such awful people, those Hamas-loving Leftists.
You're not wrong

I have noticed how every time there are attacks against Israelis that escalate to the point of forcing Israel into a fight, the usual suspects will cry & moan with gnashing of teeth and wrending of garments at how too few Jews were killed.

Oozing & dripping with HATE those "woke" frauds.

When will they learn.

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This is why I surf different news sources. This protest against the government's action to limit Supreme Court powers in its eleventh week and yet I see nothing of it anywhere else until BBC reports it. Reportedly even reservists are going to refuse an order to go against their own people. I have the heart of the matter highlighted in bold.

https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-middle-east-65004993

Tens of thousands of Israelis have marched again in nationwide protests against the government's plan to curb Supreme Court powers.

This is the 11th week of mass demonstrations, as opponents of the reforms accuse right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of undermining judicial independence.

Mr Netanyahu, who is on trial on corruption charges, says his aim is to restore a balance of power between the government and Israel's top court.

The escalating protests have impacted on the economy and prompted a threat by some military reservists to defy call-up orders.
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Queen K wrote: Mar 19th, 2023, 12:51 am Mr Netanyahu, who is on trial on corruption charges, ...
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when will the anti-semites ever learn? You can't defeat Bibi.
unclemarty wrote: Nov 16th, 2022, 2:19 pm Finally ! some good news...



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BIBIs' BACK !!

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Queen K wrote: Mar 19th, 2023, 12:51 am... I have the heart of the matter highlighted in bold...

Corruption !!!
*long slow eyeroll* (from right to left in hebrew)

Here's the real "heart of the matter"...
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Look familiar?

Seems the left in Israel is sticking to the usual playbook they use everywhere;
protest the guy you don't like and hurl an endless stream of accusations & lies at him.

Except Netanyahu isn't Trump - he knows what he's doing - and it's worth a closer look at what he's calling for and why.
...without all the usual BS. Maybe he's not wrong.


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Anyhoo...
False depictions of Israeli reforms

You've heard about the guy who killed his parents and then wailed about being an orphan, right? Well, what's going on in Israel right now is even more astounding, with the anti-government protest movement taking the metaphor to a whole new level.

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propaganda that Israel is on a path to dictatorship is no laughing matter. And the recruitment of foreign governments in the effort to foment civil war is not simply treasonous; it strengthens the resolve of those external enemies bent on annihilating the Jewish state.

The good news is that Israel, like its economy, is in better shape than its foes at home and abroad would have the world believe.

Supporters of the government and the crucial reforms it's implementing will not allow the protesters to "kill" the country and bemoan their "orphanhood."


https://www.israelhayom.com/opinions/fa ... i-reforms/
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Since 1989 the left appointed judge Barak decided that the High Court had the power to legislate as well self-appointments members of the Court.
This included the AG. Their power grew to the extent that HC started to legislate, overruled the Democratically elected, the executive branch laws and the PM.

This action by the HC has no comparison [in] the US Supreme Court. The results were as expected. Since most Israelis are on the right, even though the right won all elections in the country, it was run by the left HC. This historical imbalance had to reversed. No democracy can survive, run by self-appointed bias HC.

The solution is for the HC only to judge and the elected Knesset members to legislated. If the public objects to the fundamental Democratic laws, next election the left will change the laws.

Because those facts are hidden by the left and the Media mostly does not cover the facts many Western Countries are misled...

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Yep, thanks Anton, that makes sense.
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When protesters throw around the word dictatorship
The demonstrators speak of "dictatorship" while the current situation is one in which we are ruled by a small group of unelected oligarchs has concentrated unrestricted powers of governance in its hands.

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...The justices of the Supreme Court are not the law; they are subject to the law. In most democracies, it is not possible to strike down a law unless that law explicitly or implicitly violates the constitution. Here, a unique method has been invented: The Supreme Court took all the powers for itself – not only did it rule that there is a constitution (the Basic Laws), but it also ruled that it is above the constitution! None of this is anchored in the letter of the law and there is no other court in the world that has such powers.

While the argument that the powers of the government and the Knesset should be limited is just one, the question must be asked: Who will limit the powers of the Supreme Court? After all, that is the basic tenet of the separation of powers. The unrestricted power of the court has upset the balance between the branches of power as the Knesset's ability to legislate is restricted because the court has the power to strike down laws, but the court itself is not limited by any other body.

Moreover, the Supreme Court is not restricted even by the law, as it interprets the law as it wishes through the mechanism of "purposive interpretation": It is not the letter of the law nor the intention of the legislator that determines how a law is read – even if the legislator has made his intentions explicit. What determines how the law is read is the way the justices understand the purpose of the law. This is where a judge's worldview and personal opinions come into play. And if this is the case, then it is important that we have a diverse composition of Supreme Court justices.

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The court has reserved for itself the right to have the last word on every decision but has never agreed to be subject to external review, nor has it agreed for the state prosecution to be subject to such review. In other words, the judges have taken sovereignty from the people into their hands. Even if we are talking about prodigies (we should recall here that even Plato's philosopher king was a kind of dictator) they were still not elected to rule or to manage the country.

The protestors speak of "dictatorship" while the current situation is one in which we are ruled by a group of oligarchs – a small group that was not elected directly by the people but has concentrated unrestricted powers of governance in its hands. This is authority without responsibility; the Supreme Court doesn't take responsibility for the failures and dangers that its decisions may lead to. On the other hand, our elected officials have been left without real powers to carry out their policies, while at the same time, it is they who bear responsibility to the electorate.

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The use of the term "dictatorship" is aimed at influencing public consciousness by scaring citizens with threats of the disastrous fate that awaits them. The same goes for the voices that call for refusal to serve in the army, thus fraying the delicate fabric that binds us all in a bond of common destiny. What does it mean when one group declares that it will refuse to serve because of the legitimate policy of an elected government? Only our opinion counts, and if it is not accepted then we won't defend the public. For over a decade I have been writing that among us there is a group of elevated status that has chosen the "Samson Option;" in other words, if we do not continue to run the country, and if it does not comply with the set of values that we have determined for it, then "let us all die with the Philistines" - and all means are kosher to harm the state.

.... Its idea is to undermine the legitimization of the elected government with the expectation that this will lead to demoralization among its ranks, and then to wait for the first brick to fall in the hope that the government will collapse. To achieve this, pressure from foreign governments has also been mobilized. So it is imperative that the prophets of doom know that from the perspective of the reform's supporters, this is a battle for their freedom to make decisions equally at the ballot box. To this end, they will be willing to see a drop in their standard of living - there is no price that can be placed on liberty.


complete article...
https://www.israelhayom.com/2023/03/24/ ... tatorship/
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You know things are bad when the leader of Israel isn't simply satisfied taking away rights from Palestinians - but from their own citizens as well. This is what will happen in Canada with a conservative government. Attacks on our constitution and justice system to facilitate a more authoritarian system.

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