Why I Like Bibi
September 25, 2011 2 Comments
Politicians are, overwhelmingly, a loathsome class composed of parasitical, murdering sociopaths. Readers of this blog can attest that I don’t refrain from denouncing anyone of the ruling class, whether the subject be Dishonest Abe, the criminal gang that is the ANC, Bush the Lesser or Barack Hussein Obama. Don’t get me started on the fare in Irish politics either – the sickening gombeens and the populist Israel-bashers like Osama bin Andrews and Terry Laden (not to mention David Norris).
Yet sometimes there’s a man, and I’m talkin’ about Bibi Netanyahu here, well… he’s the man for his time and place.
I don’t have to agree with every policy of Binyamin Netanyahu to appreciate the fact that Israel’s Prime Minister is on a higher level than his political peers, not least his audience at the United Israel-Bashers yesterday. The Arabists at the BBC, the men behind the curtains in Brussels, the professional sugar-coaters of Islam, the NGOs, and countless other dark forces – they want us to hate Netanyahu, like we hate no other. That’s because Bibi is *SHOCK* a patriot. Bibi knows and appreciates the history of his people, and puts the security of his own nation before its Arab neighbors who might be inconvenienced by a roadblock or suffer some other indignities because of it. Surely he can’t be allowed to do that? Israeli Jews aren’t a Designated Victim Group, last time I checked with the Politburo and some academics at SOAS. Bibi believes his country is perfectly entitled to take steps to ensure it maintains its Jewish character. This sane proposition is now regarded by many as one step from building the next Auschwitz.
Bibi isn’t like the political fools we suffer in the rapidly declining West. Bibi Netanyahu isn’t working hard to deracinate his own country, something that seems to have been actual government policy in the United Kindgom. Nelson Mandela, for example, destroyed a thriving, highly-developed nation by introducing horrific, racist, racial socialism. He was beatified, and becomes the international community’s arbiter of what is right and what is wrong. His dysfunctional country names highways after Yasser Arafat, the very mention of whom earns cheers at a UN where Israel is condemned more than all countries combined. A man like Bibi, if he were magically at the helm Europe, would not import tens of millions of seventh-century Muslim immigrants and punish those Europeans not enlightened enough to appreciate their wonderful gift. A man like Bibi would not have brought Thilo Sarrazin before a kangaroo court to chastise him for suggesting uneducated, crime-prone Muslim immigrants are bad for Germany, and certainly not as nice a minority as Jews might be (Sarrazin’s book, meanwhile, sells like hotcakes among the Germans who believe life for the white European should not be a never-ending series of apologies – the silent majority?). A man like Bibi Netanyahu would not regard Enoch Powell as England’s wannabe Hitler, a figure the Guardians of Acceptable Opinion should continue to ensure is only disparaged on the BBC even while bands of ‘youths’ are pillaging, stabbing and burning right outside on our doorsteps. No, android phones, twitter and even Hasidic Jews were responsible for the riots, I’ve heard Al Guardian say.
Bibi Netanyahu is the opposite of the smooth-talking Harvard academic, who wants to bring millions of barely-literate and hostile Mexicans into US territory previously won from Mexico, but can’t stand the ‘racists’ who point out these Mexicans are barely-literate and hostile to America. Bibi Netanyahu would laugh away a bleeding-heart who lobbied him to adopt Barack Obama and Eric Holder’s vision to bring all institutions down to the level of black achievement, and then hire armies of PhD-holders to explain why the country and its institutions are failing, while assuring us that the highly reasonable Charles Murray is another closet Nazi. Bibi Netanyahu wouldn’t put a self-described affirmative action baby onto the Supreme Court, one who managed to enter Princeton yet had to peruse books like The Troll Under The Bridge in the summer months to improve her reading skills.
For his first term in the nineties, Bibi Netanyahu put the Israeli economy in a significantly stronger position than it was when he entered. Who believes Obama is going to do the same in his country? Yet poor Bibi was ousted in 1999 due to a vote of no confidence in the Knesset. Leftist-backed protests, trumped up corruption charges and the evil Bill Clinton’s meddling allowed a cabal of leftist tycoons and NGO’s oust Netanyahu and replace him with Ehud Barak in time for Camp David. Now the NGOs are screaming blue murder because the Likud is getting one back.
If this is why Bibi is so hated by all the talking heads on Christiane Amanpour, lets have a Bibi over here, please.