The return of Netanyahu, now is the time to prove to us that the choice was right


The return of Netanyahu is real! The Israeli citizenry made a collective decision and elected a right-wing government to run the country. The newly elected coalition now has one big task: to prove that the decision to elect them was the right one.

The return of Benjamin Netanyahu as Israeli Prime Minister, again. I hope the third time is the charm.

It is a reflection of the Israelis finally waking up to the realization that the “Not Bibi” and “Anyone but Bibi” derangement syndrome was a near-fatal experiment for Israel. The Likud party with Netanyahu as its leader is the best that Israel can lead.

Netanyahu is the right man to oversee the Jewish state in matters of law and order, public safety, national security and even international diplomacy.

Fulfilling expectations

Let’s hope the Israelis finally get a stable government for the next four years. But just returning to power won’t cut it this time. The public is watching closely. With Itamar Ben-Gvir, a successful lawyer specializing in civil rights law at his side, Netanyahu is expected to prove that he was elected legitimately.

The public’s expectations are high, while the Israeli left, supported by the Israeli media, which consisted mostly of arrogant leftists, has not yet accepted the public’s choice.

The media has something to answer for.

It will be interesting to see what they dish out now, after several years of anti-Netanyahu brainwashing propaganda.

High expectations

This newly elected government must clean up the corrupt courts that have taken dictatorial positions by unelected judges who rule over the legislative and executive branches of government.

This newly elected government must strengthen the rules of engagement for IDF (Israel Defense Forces) soldiers and increase the level of personal safety. Much has been lost in recent years with the Bennett-Lapid government experiment, which has resulted in endless Arab attacks on Jews anywhere and everywhere in Israel.

On its way out the door, this newly elected government needs to fix the maritime border and the gas field deal Lapid signed with Lebanon-Hezbollah. The Israeli public sees it as the worst decision since the disastrous Oslo Accords were signed in 1993-1995.

However, the right of Israelis to be protected by a right-wing government coalition was the right decision.

Netanyahu: Third time’s the charm. NewsBlaze Cartoon

Quick history and legitimate rights

The British Mandate for Palestine he was assigned to England after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire in the First World War. This mandate originally consisted of what is now known as Israel, including the region of Judea and Samaria (AKA the “West Bank” by illegal occupier Jordan) and the East Bank of the Jordan River, which is now Jordan. The territory where Jordan is located was ceded by England to the Arab Hashemite tribe on April 11, 1921, leaving only 22% of the entire allotted territory for the Jews to eventually become the state of Israel.

UN Resolution 181

United Nations (UN) Resolution 181 recommended dividing the 22% of land left to the Jews into one Arab state and one Jewish state. According to this resolution, the city of Jerusalem will be governed by a specially allocated international regime that will take place at the end of the British Mandate in Palestine. It passed the UN General Assembly on November 29, 1947.

UN Resolution 181 stripped Israel of territorial rights to 12% of the territory, with the East Bank of the Jordan River handed over to the region’s Hashemite Arab tribe and the West Bank of the Jordan River divided between the Jews and Arabs residing on that piece. from the ground.

However, UN Resolution 181 “offer” was unacceptable to the Arabs who did not want the presence of Jews in the region, period. The leaders of Israel at that time proceeded to declare an independent Jewish state and the Arabs declared war on the nascent state of Israel.

Action Jordan

Although the Arabs lost the war in 1948, some areas, including Judea and Samaria, remained in the hands of Hashemite Jordan. In 1948, Jordan annexed Judea and Samaria and designated it as the “West Bank”. Only Pakistan and England recognized the agreement, while the rest of the world considered the move an illegal occupation.

What followed were endless acts of Arab terrorism against Jews and subsequent wars between Arab countries and Israel. There were also two so-called armistice-based agreements, the Camp David Accords. This pair of political agreements were signed by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on September 17, 1978. They aimed to create an interim agreement that allowed for the first steps, and the Oslo Accords, signed in 1993-1995, also aimed only an interim agreement that allowed the first steps to be followed by the negotiation of a full settlement within five years.

Oslo “peace process” bait and switch

The Oslo process (the so-called “peace process”) began in 1993 with secret talks between Israel and the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization). It became a cycle of negotiation, suspension, mediation, restart negotiation and suspension again. A number of agreements were reached until the Oslo process ended after the failure of the Camp David summit in 2000 and the outbreak of the second intifada that year.

The Camp David and Oslo accords were both smudged before Egypt and the PLO were dry. And that’s not even counting Israel’s mistaken withdrawal of Gush Katif-Gaza from the Gaza Strip.

However, when the Israeli-Jordanian peace treaty was concluded on October 26, 1994, it was without the Arabs named “Palestinians.” These Pal-Arabs are a thorn in the side of Israel’s existence.

The most ridiculous thing about these agreements written in the sand is that serious territorial and strategic concessions were demanded from Israel in exchange for Arab recognition “Israel has a right to exist.”

Since when do the Arabs have the Almighty right to endorse Israel’s right to exist? Who invented this law?

No nation in the world, from A to Z, has ever been asked to accept serious strategic risks in exchange for recognition of its right exist.

Successive Israeli leaders have bought the bait and ceded parts of the land to which Israel has integral territorial rights and international legal rights. Each such move added to the exorbitant cost of Jewish life (Jews murdered by Arab terror) and Israel’s ability to defend itself.

Fast forward to the November 1, 2022 election in Israel

It is becoming clearer by the day that China, Russia, North Korea and Iran represent what appears to be a perceived axis of great danger to the entire West, perhaps the entire world. Of these listed, Iran poses the greatest threat to Israel’s survival due to Iran’s geographic proximity, its nuclear arsenal, and its repeated anti-Israeli-anti-Semitic threats.

President Donald Trump understood the true intent of the Iran nuclear deal and withdrew from it.

Israeli ballots, November 2022 election – Hanay, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Israel Ballots, November 2022 Election – Hanay, CC BY-SA 4.0via Wikimedia Commons

However, and regardless of its clearly disastrous predicted outcome, President Biden is determined to revive President Barack Obama’s disastrous 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action).

In light of this, Iran is 2on the negotiation phase and the inaction of the fortunately short-lived Bennett-Lapid coalition represented a disaster for Israel’s existence.

Israel’s vox populi generated the highest voter turnout 70.61%. They wanted and needed a politically right-wing, security-minded government, and the political left went into embittered overdrive. The left slandered and insulted Israel while predicting that the new coalition would be a repressive, authoritarian warmongering regime.

A message to the people of the new coalition

The residents of the Jewish state of Israel have spoken. They don’t want to Yair Lapid, Benny Gantz and Gideon Sa’ar to mismanage their country and their lives. That experiment is over.

Finally, after a campaign of hate, lawsuits and constant incitement, the citizenry has had enough; proved that they wanted a stable, politically right-wing government in full force and mandated that government to achieve the following:

  • Fix the judicial system;
  • To strengthen the pioneering Jewish settlement in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem;
  • Respect the Judaic ethos of the country;
  • Strengthen people’s personal safety.

Netanyahu’s return

The new government coalition must now prove that the trust the people gave it was the right decision.

The return of Netanyahu is in full swing. Israel voted for security with a politically right-wing government. Arise and succeed.


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