Saturday, January 19, 2013

Send a Message to Obama and Give Power to Israel!

Send a Message to Obama and Give Power to Israel!

by ‎Stand With Otzma עוצמה לישראל‎ on Friday, January 18, 2013 at 5:07am ·

It is the eve of the Israeli elections, and that great lover of Israel, Barack Hussein Obama, is suddenly concerned about the future of the Jewish State. Concerned that it “doesn’t know what its own best interests are”.

So concerned in fact, that in a vain attempt to influence the outcome on January 22nd, his White House leaked a thinly-veiled threat to isolate and demonize Israel unless it fully acquiesces to his policy of creating a Palestinian terror state in the heart of Israel.

That he did so via Jeffrey Goldberg, a media lap dog that happens to be Jewish, was just for good measure. In addition to the sheer tone-deaf desperation of this move, its blatant condescension was particularly noteworthy, even for Obama. Were Obama and his self-hating advisors so arrogant and ignorant of Israeli politics that they thought this move would actually harm the Israeli right?

As if the Obama administration has done anything other than isolate and demonize Israel for the past four years – incessantly blaming it and not the Islamo-fascists for the lack of peace in the Middle East, and supporting every Islamist revolution of the so-called Arab Spring.

It’s no mystery what Obama and company have in store for Israel in the next four years. Just look at his recent appointment of Chuck Hagel as Secretary of Defense, a man with a history of deriding the “Jewish lobby” and appeasing Hamas and Iran. Obama will utilize every tool at his disposal in an attempt to uproot the Jewish People from their homeland, to strengthen the enemies of Israel, and to weaken its resolve.

Netanyahu will face the same pressure that he was unable to withstand in the past, such as when he failed to stand up to Bill Clinton at the Wye River Plantation, resulting in the surrender of Jewish land to terrorist control, and the pressure from Obama that caused him in 2009 to officially adopt the “two-state solution” of the delusional left.

In the likely event that Naftali Bennett joins the coalition, he will in turn be pressured by Netanyahu into ditching the Zionist ideology of those who vote for the Jewish Home for the sake of preserving the government. As Bennett’s recent pronouncements foreshadow, including those about tearing down Jewish homes, the ideologically motivated individuals on the Jewish Home’s Knesset list will have no ability to influence policy once Bennett takes his ministerial seat at Bibi’s table.

The latest Jewish Home campaign posters, which depict Netanyahu and Bennett sitting side by side, have it right – a vote for the Jewish Home is a vote for Netanyahu.

By voting for either the Likud or the Jewish Home, supporters of Israel’s National Camp wind up at the same destination albeit via different road – a government beholden to Obama’s pressure and subject to Netanyahu’s weakness.

But there is an authentic Zionist alternative. By supporting the Power to Israel Party of Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben-Ari, Israelis can send a message to Netanyahu, Bennett, and the leftist elites of the Israeli establishment that there is a large and ever-growing public demanding a return to the ideology upon which the entire Zionist enterprise rests – the Land of Israel, for the People of Israel, in accordance with the Torah of Israel.

The Zionist commitment of Eldad and Ben-Ari is beyond question, as evidenced by their stellar records. Their determination to defend Israel and uproot its enemies is equally unshakeable. These two men will never bend before Obama or any other world leader. A vote to strengthen them is truly a vote to strengthen Israel.

On Monday, January 21st, Barack Hussein Obama will be inaugurated as America’s president for another four years. But the next day at the ballot box, the People of Israel can send a clear message to the entire world and to this modern day Pharaoh – they can vote to bring Power to Israel.

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