Today’s Likud primary, coming as it is on the heels of the leftist Olmert-Barak-Livni regime’s recent pogrom at the Federman-Tor farm and last Thursday’s pogrom at Beit HaShalom (both at strategic positions between Kiryat Arba and Hevron), constitute a battle for both the Jewish soul and the Likud political, social and diplomatic soul.
The contest is easily as stark in it’s contrasts as these pictures below;
And Benjamin Netanyahu is by no means immune from the tyranny of the current leftist regime, proclaiming on Sunday about those who were living in Beit HaShalom and those who protested against the eviction by their presence;
“We must act with an iron fist against the outlaws.”
To all Likud voters, before heading to the polls, check out the Moshe Feiglin website for background on Moshe and Manhigut Yehudit. Then review the Manhigut Yehudit recommended candidates for Knesset as well as the English instructions on how to vote as this primary will be the first totally computerized voting in Israel’s history. Also listed are the voting stations throughout Israel for the primaries. MB
Here are some excerpts from what Hevron spokesman David Wilder has to say about today’s Likud Primaries;
Following the brutal expulsion of Jewish families from Beit HaShalom in Hebron, former Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu proclaimed, “We must act with an iron fist against the outlaws.” Of course, this was stated before he spoke with anyone in Hebron to clarify the facts and establish what really happened.
It is quite clear: should Netanyahu be again elected Prime Minister with a parve Likud list, he will continue in the footsteps of one of his predecessors, namely one Bibi Netanyahu, who signed away 80% of Hebron to Arafat terrorists, and continued by agreeing to the infamous Wye Accords.
Today’s menu includes Jerusalem, the Golan Heights and just about all of Yehuda and Shomron. Without any strong brakes to stop him, Netanyahu is liable to form a coalition with Ehud Barak as his Defense Minster and Tzippy Livni as his Foreign Minister. This threesome will undoubtedly get along quite well with Obama, Clinton and Co. The only way to prevent this catastrophe is push the Likud from center-left as far right as possible. And the only way to do that today is to vote for Moshe Feiglin and the entire Manhigut Yehudit list.
Moshe Feiglin represents the paradigm Jewish leader: a man of faith and conviction, with a proven track record. The other candidates on the Manhigut Yehudit Likud Knesset list are of the same caliber, made of the same material. Shmuel Sackett, co-founder of this pair’s first venture into public activism, Zu Artzenu, will be a tremendous boost to a floundering, faithless Knesset. These two men, together with others on the list, will be a true Kiddush HaShem, bringing to Israeli leadership what has long been so lacking: a belief and understanding of the ‘holy triangle’ of Am Yisrael – the Jewish people, Eretz Yisrael – the Land of Israel, and Torah.
They will be living proof that it is possible to utilize the existing framework of the State of Israel within the boundaries of Kedusha – holiness, thereby bringing about a major ‘tikkun’ – rectification of the current failings of leaderless leadership.
Tomorrow I’m going to proudly cast my vote for Moshe, Shmuel and ten others, who, when elected to the Knesset, will represent the values and priorities we believe in, and actively work to bring our dreams to reality.
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As David is, I am proud to cast my primary votes for Moshe Feiglin, Shmuel Sackett and all other candidates who are rock-solid, steadfast and resolute in their principles regarding B’nai Yisrael, Eretz Yisrael and their Jewish heritage and who, once in Knesset, will be resolute and impervious to threats, intimidations and imposition of party or coalition discipline injurious to B’nai Yisrael, Eretz Yisrael and Am Yehudi. MB