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Conundrum of Disaffected Politics - Who's Watching the Back Door?

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Apr 27, 2021 at 01:59

While it is obvious there are issues of distrust in Netanyahu's perseverance in 'thwarting' efforts of being replaced, it is just a plausible that the others are considered less trustworthy; stick with fighting the evil one understands; for misunderstanding may lead to worsening dilemmas, such as fulfillment of goals desired by more darkened antipathies. While this disarray of political infighting is distracting, who is watching the allies of the Iranian Islamic Regime's proxies as they circle, watching on their own for the fracture in the defense that will give them and the internal enemies of state the opportunity to fully impact the government, such that, as the Hebrew Holy Writ says, the shepherds are in a state of disarray and dispersion is in the wind.

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