2 thoughts on “Bibitours: Netanyahu Took Millions from Pro-Israel Groups and Donors, Violating Knesset Ethics Rules – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. I think that in capitalist countries — like USA and Israel — everything should be for sale, and politics and politicians first of all. I am tired of all these ethics laws and tired of the sleezy enforcement officials who decide whether ot not to enforce them. Make it all open, sez I. And as to income tax, we don’t need it. Just borrow everthing. Israel can borrow all state expenses from the SUA and the USa wuiol borrow from China.

    Oops. Sorry. I get carried away. It’s almost time to take my 6PM pills.

  2. I think that pabelmont is wrong. Ethics laws (and tax laws) have a deep value to the society. Namely, a society has to have a hierarchy of values, and if all humans/laws are equal, it is hard for the less deep thinkers (face it: 99%) to see the hierachy.

    As we know, human laws are preceded by the divine. Now, if Bibi in his travels violated Sabbath, sampled flesh of shrimp or other unclean animals, or, Hashem forbid, comely Goyim girls the situation would require some serious action (a joint session of Ashkenazi and Mizrahi rabbinates? Or as a Lithuanian, Bibi has to defer to Ashkenazi?) By the way, not leaving wife at home attest to Bibi’s wisdom: saving him from various temptations, and protecting hired help back at home.

    Which brings me to a tangentially related issues. A few years ago a governor of New Jersey, and now British minister of defense falled down due to favors given to their Jewish lovers with Israeli intelligence connections, and male lovers at that. Does Mossad have a rabbinical review board? Or there is some Judith principle?

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