Wednesday, March 18, 2015

The Biggest Winners in Today’s Israel Elections Aren’t Who You Think – It’s Scary Who Is

A very interesting post from about Israel's elections. This follows this post about international crisises. This follows this article about American energy independence and preventing money from going to hostile countries. For more, you can read two very interesting books HERE.
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March 17, 2015

The Biggest Winners in Today’s Israel Elections Aren’t Who You Think – It’s Scary Who Is

By Debbie Schlussel
The biggest winners in today’s Israeli elections aren’t Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his Likud coalition (the likely victors, despite the naysaying in the last week) or the Israeli Labor-Left (headed by candidate Isaac Herzog). It’s the Israeli Arabs, who now call themselves Palestinians. If the polls are correct on their showing today (and those polls appear to track more closely with fact than the ones that showed Netanyahu losing), the anti-Israel Arabs in the Israeli Knesset, bent on Israel’s destruction, will have gained more seats and more power.

The Biggest Winner Isn’t Netanyahu; It’s Them (Projected Polling Results)

Yes, there is at least one pro-Israel (and Christian) Arab in the Knesset. But, as I’ve told you on this site, there are several Muslim Arabs who hate Israel and openly support HAMAS and Hezbollah. They are a fifth column with voting power in the Israeli government. And they are an omen for what will happen here in America–what has already happened here (see Congressmen Keith Ellison and Andre Carson, and former Members of Congress Mary Rose Oakar and Nick Joe Rahall, among many others). We will see more of this and so will Israel, regardless of the outcome of today’s elections in the Jewish State. In no other country in the Middle East, does the government allow members of its own government to call for its destruction . . . and allow those people live to the end of the day.
I never believed the polls showing Netanyahu losing. Most Israelis, despite domestic economic problems, know the national security threats they face every second of their lives, and choosing a left-winger in Herzog, would solve neither domestic nor national security problems–only make them worse. Israelis aren’t stupid, though they do have a strong lefty component of the population, bent on self-hatred and political suicide. But today’s elections won’t likely yield definite results, as Israel’s government is generally run by whichever party is able to build the bigger coalition of Knesset seats. For a few years in the 1990s, Israel had direct elections of the Prime Minister, as we do for President here in the States. But that was the exception, and instead, the Prime Minister is determined by the majority coalition of Knesset seats.
The most disturbing coalition, however, is that of the Arabs in Israel along with some fringe left-wing parties. Together, they are expected to amass the third largest number of seats in today’s elections–and that was the real danger to Netanyahu. Most of the Jewish religious parties in Israel would likely get behind Netanyahu. But the Arabs and the far lefties could have amassed enough seats to join Herzog’s Labor party. The Arabs used to splinter among several parties, but now they’ve joined to become, “The United List,” also known as “The Arab List.”
So far, it looks like the Arabs haven’t gotten enough votes to gain enough seats to join Herzog and defeat Netanyahu. It looks like Bibi won tonight in Israel. But that may change in the next election, as Arab voting power in Israel is growing. In the recent past, Jewish voter turnout in Israel is more than 70%, but Arab voter turnout there is just about 50%. That is changing. And that will be a problem for any Israeli candidate committed to Israel’s national security.
It didn’t turn out as badly as feared in this Israeli election, but through Muslim birth rate and money from abroad (including the United States–see my piece on One Voice and KIND snacks), that will likely change.
Today and tomorrow, Israel. The next day, here in the U.S. All because neither country did anything to stop Muslim immigration and force the current Muslim residents to assimilate to Western culture and society.
And that is the real story of today’s Israeli elections. The most interesting number will be this: how many seats the United List–the Arab List–won today.
More on the Arab Wild Card in today’s Israeli elections here.

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