6 thoughts on “Can Next Israeli Government Be Even More Extremist Than Previous One? – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. it is impossible to Unsubscribe,and it is against the low.as I dont want to get your anti israeli propoganda,your mail will go
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    1. It’s certainly possible to unsubscribe. You happen to be too technically challenged to figure out how to do so, despite the fact that there is a link that you click in any e mail you receive that automaticaly will unsubscribe you.

      As for being “against the low,” I can’t understand whether you believe unsubscribing is against the law or subscribing is against the law. Either view is wrong of course. But if you are doing something against the law, you’d best go to your nearest police station and turn yourself in. I’m sure whatever crime you’ve committed is quite serious & deserves immediate attention from the authorities.

      I just checked, you’re not even subscribed. So either you’re a troll or a jackass (or both).

      On second thought, you probably subscribed to the comment thread. That’s a bit more complicated for me to figure out.

      But if you read the comment rules you’d see why your first comment was moderated. Instead of jumping to false conclusions as you have.

  2. What do you make of the super secret construction called 911 site that will suck up more than $100,000,000 US tax dollars and is being built with the help of the US Army corps of Eng…..this thing with the super anti blast door../single gate…..near Tel Aviv….multi level below ground structure…
    planned down to the mezzuzahs on ever door post! and architect’s interior designs.
    here: http://www.businessinsider.com/us-site-y-911-phase-ii-tel-aviv-israel-2013-3#ixzz2MmNxYki8
    Not to forget last October’s announcement of the construction of a special synagogue inside Dimona, including ritual Mikvah facility and
    plans for a special Torah. Junk bond billionaire will be financing this worship center in the midst of thermo nuclear and hydrogen bomb manufacturing place. chilling.

  3. Of course successive Israeli governments can be more extreme. Why? Because Israel was built by a violent process which was formally contrary to UN norms (though entirely consistent with 19th Century Euro-colonialist norms) and has continued in an expansionist path based on the same world-view. From my perspective it started out bad and has gotten progressively worse. From its own world-view, it has progressed toward a brighter and brighter future. Peace, justice, legality and such were never its concerns. and — best of all — the world has let Israel get away with its expansion! Why should it (be expected to) stop?

    When a heavy object is flying along a trajectory unopposed by outside force, momentum keeps it going.

    The problem for anyone who wishes to roll back Israeli violence, water-theft, territorial expansion, etc., is that no nation wants to stand in its way. The very, very tiny “baby-steps” whereby Britain and Nederlands may be requiring goods “made in occupuied territories” to be so-labeled are a sign that things may be changing, but Israel has never cared much what others say and — so far — product labeling is mere words, bereft of adverse economic consequencese for Israel. Nations willing to fulfil their undertakings to “ensure resp[ect” for the Fourth Geneva Convention — under which all settlements and the wall are illegal — would be willing to do a lot more.

    I’d expect the nations to begin doing serious work to avert “anthropogenic climate change” and to begin doing serious work to end Israel’s illegal and horrendously anti-human-rights occupation at the same time, that is, in a “dead heat”.

  4. RE: The operative phrase for me in looking at the future is that old movie line: “be afraid, be very afraid.” ~ R.S.

    FROM phrases.org.uk [Be afraid, be very afraid]:

    [EXCERPT] • Meaning
    Ostensibly, a warning that something dangerous is imminent. In reality, this is usually said with comic intent. The thing being warned of is more likely to be mildly unwelcome than actually dangerous; for example, “That fierce librarian was asking about your overdue books – be afraid, be very afraid.”

    This phrase originated in the 1986 horror film The Fly, written by the Canadian David Cronenberg and starring Jeff Goldblum (as Seth Brundle) and Geena Davis (as Veronica Quaife). The shortened expression ‘be very afraid’ was already in use in the USA prior to 1986; for example, it was used in the television series All My Children in 1970. . .

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