Wednesday, March 18, 2015

New York Times lives in Anti Semitic land and why Bibi won

Here was the NYT feature approach to Bibi's landslide. This will be the approach of the liberal media and obama's people (speaking for him). 
"JERUSALEM — Benjamin Netanyahu was poised to return to power. But there was a cloud over his apparent turnaround, the result of an increasingly shrill campaign that raised questions about his ability to healIsrael’s internal wounds or better its standing in the world. He said there would be no Palestinian state under his watch. He railed against Israeli Arabs — because they had gone out to vote. From the capitals of Europe, to Washington, to the West Bank, to the streets of Israel, even while his critics said Mr. Netanyahu had reaffirmed his reputation as a cynical, calculating politician, it appeared that his approach succeeded in drawing votes from other right-leaning parties."

Easy for the NYT to say. They don't live one minute from savage Islamic terrorists. The palestinian leadership, Fatah as ell as hamas, has shown itself to be barbarians time and time again. israelis know. The  NYT doesn't care as long as they don't have to live with them. 

Why did Bibi won?

1. Adult, mature Israelis understand he is the one adult on the world stage today, speaking truth to power and to a jihadist American president about Islamic terrorism. Herzog said he was sure any deal Obama made with Iran would be ok. PLEASE!  another  appeaser. Most israelis understand Obama is anti Semitic

2. The Israeli economy has been flourishing under Bibi when many nation's economies are not  Last quarter, GDP grew at an annualized 7.2 percent, its fastest pace since 2007. This year, the OECD has projected growth to exceed 3 percent, up from 2.5 percent in 2014.  Israel has the huge dilemma we don't of having to spend a huge % of budget on defense to survive.

3.  Israelis have learned that a Palestinian soverign state will just be another terrorist country but one less than a mile from ben Gurion Airport. The population was confident that Bibi would stand firm against Palestinian evil 

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