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Bibi's Back in the Civilizational State of Israel

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Submitted by Robert Blumenblatt (United States), Nov 2, 2022 at 14:04

It looks like Bibi will be re-elected - together with the so-called Israeli Far Right.

But if you look closely at the 2 Israelis Protagonists who represent Israel's third largest party you will see that they each seek the Defense and Security ministries each.

What better way to secure an Israeli Victory? They are not interested in an ideological ministry.

If there is a problem, it is with the Diaspora Jews who are a minority in their home countries, so that their interests do not coincide with those of Israelis who wish to free themselves of Palestinian Arab and Islamist terrorism.

The bind-spot in this Paradigm Shift is the fact, not immediately visible, is that Israel to has its Civilizational Parties, but these are not acknowledged as such. In the long run, Christian Russia and Secular Persia both in Syria will be good for an Israeli Victory.

But the Big Picture is the rise of the Civilization-States all over the world. In the United States it is America First President Donal Trump who represented that. And here, in the USA, it is primarily the Orthodox Jewish constituency - not the Secular, Liberal, or Conservative Jews - who truly understand the Jewish Israeli Democracy, unfortunately.


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