AND HE, FINALLY, CALLED
«Biden’s first call as president with a Middle Eastern leader was with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in mid-February 2021; on the call, Biden reaffirmed U.S. support for Israeli security, for the recent normalization of relations between Israel and a handful of Arab and Muslim nations, and for the Israeli–Palestinian peace process, and the two leaders discussed cooperation against threats from Iran»
A month after taking office, Biden finally called Benjamin Netanyahu. Israeli anti-Bibis are jubilant: what a slap in the face for Bibi! Tired of him!
Maybe, it was a slap in the face to all people of Israel. Let me remind you that Benjamin Netanyahu is the Prime Minister of Israel. No matter how much Gantz was puffed up, the people did not recognize his claim of «a replacement head of government.»
And Yair Lapid, who has been trying to replace Netanyahu for the past several years, has not earned widespread popularity. Even Gideon Saar, who calls himself the right, will not be able to gather enough votes to bypass Bibi.
Among other things, by showing his disrespect for Netanyahu, Biden is trying to influence the outcome of the elections in Israel. And this is nothing new. The most memorable (but not the last) case of the intervention of the US administration in the elections in Israel took place in 1992.
Yitzhak Shamir, who led Israel through the war against Saddam Hussein and then for the first time in Israel’s history entered into peace negotiations with the Arabs (the Madrid Conference), unexpectedly lost the 1992 elections to Yitzhak Rabin. Why?
Because of us, «Russians». Shamir greeted Big Aliyah with open arms, organized a massive construction of housing. He asked the US government for guarantees for a loan of $ 10 billion but was refused.
Instead, Rabin was promised these guarantees. The people of Israel bought $ 10 billion and chose Rabin. It turned out that this handout, which we returned with interest, cost us the Oslo agreements and everything that followed.
And what awaits us now if we choose a compliant prime minister, pleasing to the politically correct anti-Semites?
Biden has already explained that during his tenure he does not foresee peace between Israel and Palestine. At the same time, he stands for «two states for two peoples.» What does it mean?
The Palestinian state will be recognized by the United States despite the fact that it continues the war against Israel and refuses to sign a peace agreement!
In other words, a new «disengagement» will be required of us, including the withdrawal of the Israel Defense Forces from Palestine and from «Zone C», that is, Judea and Samaria. Naturally, such a «separation» will inevitably lead to the transfer of half a million Jews from Judea and Samaria.
«Freed» Palestinians will bring Hamas to power, either through democratic elections or by a violent coup.
And then they will arrange massive rocket attacks on the entire territory of Israel, since the West Bank, unlike Gaza, is located in the center of our country.
As we have learned from the experience of Gaza, responding to these attacks will be prohibited by the international community. All that remains is to flee the country.
Then Arabs, not necessarily «refugees», will move into the houses that will survive the shelling.
The Israel Defense Forces will be disbanded due to a lack of funding and soldiers. The government will humbly beg for mercy, and then they will spare us: they will offer to convert to Islam.
Those who today protest against the religious dominance of Jewish believers will be the first to surrender and become sincerely believing Muslims.
The remnants of Israel will become autonomous within Palestine. This autonomy will include four districts, since the largest districts, North and South, already have an Arab majority and will be incorporated into Palestine.
We don’t need a pliant, politically correct prime minister. Precisely because Biden humiliated Netanyahu, we must vote together for Bibi. Then in Washington, and throughout the world, antisemites will understand that the people of Israel are not ready to surrender, that we will resolutely oppose the plans to liquidate the independent State of Israel.
We are beaten when we are trying to flee. But when we stand firm, they have respect for us. Such is our own experience and it should not be forgotten.