Why Bennett is so bad and Bayit Yehudi Is the worst, most dangerous party

But I will still vote for them if someone pays me to.

Why is Bennett so bad? Just in terms of the number of people he is responsible for killing indirectly, and those who have yet to die because of him. Yes, die, because of him. Early on in the last coalition, Netanyahu wanted to do a prisoner release as a good will gesture to Abbas. The budget had not yet passed. Moshe Feiglin was going around to the the most right wing of right wingers in the coalition, telling them that the only way to stop this release of murderers was to vote against the budget, thereby bringing down the government. Bibi would have to recant, and the deal wouldn’t go through.

Moshe needed 3 more people to vote against the budget. That’s it. Bennett had 12. But not even Orit Struck, the most right wing of right wing of right wingers, mehadrin min hamehadrin, would vote against the budget to stop the terrorist release. I don’t like the word terrorist but I’m using it here so people who do like that word understand.

Orit Struck, who was kicked out of Sinai back in 1982, not even she would threaten to bring down the government. Only Moshe. Certainly not Bennett. But if Bennett had instructed his sheep to do so, they would have done it, and murderers would not be on the streets now. And Jews will die, and have died, because of it. Because to Bennett, what matters more than Jewish lives is his seat in the government.

Don’t sugarcoat it. In the end he had to make a decision. Seat in government, or block terrorist release. He chose the former. So did Struck.

The other stuff has to do with medical marijuana – anyone against that, that has the power to make it available to the sick but chooses not to, has no heart or pity and may deserve (I’m not God so I only say “may”) to die in pain for the pain he causes the sick and dying. I hate him for that and though I don’t wish pain on anybody – not even Bennett – if he suffers terrible pain from a disease (which I am not wishing upon him, to be clear) it would be midah keneged midah, theoretically.

Medical cannabis is a joke issue to those who don’t know what it’s like to have a relative sick and dying of cancer who can’t get a joint because some bureaucrat says he doesn’t need it. The chemo patients vomiting blood and unable to eat for weeks and have to be fed intravenously because the Medical Cannabis Regulation Office doesn’t want to give out too many government prescriptions. His fault. HIS FAULT HIS FAULT HIS FAULT. I look at and hear about people in pain and I think Bennett, and German, and other loathsome jerks walking around healthy and it drives me crazy.

Let alone if you are among the crowd that truly believes hash oil is a cancer cure. I’m not fully in that camp, but those who are should be able to test it and try it and grow it and smoke it and eat it and sell it and buy it and anything they damn will please with absolutely no restrictions whatsoever period. Every time a dying cancer patient screams in pain it’s because of him – others too, but he’s included.

Then there’s the issue of the Jerusalem law to require 80 MK’s to give away the city, which he voted against to keep his stupid job as “minister of the economy” whatever the hell that means.

And there’s the Yisrael Hayom Law which forbids passing around free newspapers for God’s sake, which he came out “against” but did not, conveniently, tell his mindless wacko lackey Ayelet Shaked to shut up about. And that’s the thing with this guy. He takes the positive press for being “against” it when he knows it will pass anyway, but does not instruct his party to vote against it when it could actually threaten its passage.

There’s more, but I focus a lot on him because he talks the talk, but never stands up for what he says he believes in. And people just don’t get it. He vacuums in positive energy of people who think something good will come of him and he flushes all that energy into a bottomless stinking latrine. Nothing good will come out of this fake. Nothing.

All the people under his leadership would be good people if led by an actual person, like Feiglin. But he takes the positive energy in people like Struck and he channels it into the garbage. He’s like a lightning rod for goodness, channeling it through him and dumping it into nowhere so it doesn’t do anything and he keeps his stupid job.

If you vote for him and understand that, then fine. If you vote for him thinking that he’s a good guy, then you’re part of the problem.

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8 thoughts on “Why Bennett is so bad and Bayit Yehudi Is the worst, most dangerous party

  1. You may be right, but the rest of them are even worse. Nobody ever said that we had an easy choice here. Of course you would say “the hell with all of them” but that’s not going to happen on March 17, at leasr

  2. I haven’t thought of Bennett in such stark terms, but the way you laid it out, I cannot disagree with you. Up to now I have thought of him as Bibi 2.0. G*d help us…

    • God is helping. Don’t worry. The most significant thing happening in Israel tomorrow is that Moshe Feiglin’s son David, the one who nearly died in a car accident 4 years ago, is getting married. God is helping.

      • Ah! So true! Many years of happiness in marriage and healthy children!

        What’s wrong with Bennett and Bibi? …:(…

        I completely understand the trouble dangerous criminals (people who have raped or killed – after such deeds people change, religious fever is parallel to this) bring when they are sent to the streets either it is for war trade, or as a good New Year or other holiday gesture to make the universe like this/that leader…
        I hope all human beings get redeemed eventually, but a leader cannot get Redemption if their only human qualities lie in exposing the power entrusted to them by other people (by people! God has not picked a successor of Himself and it is said real Angels never even asked – not by submission from Him, but because it’s stupid!).
        Corruption of power is a stupid thing to do. Whenever it happens expect always worse.
        As someone once told me “the higher you get, the tougher it gets”
        What’s the problem with leaders of societies grasping this very simple idea?

      • Amen. I read about that this morning. Wonderful news! I hope we hear of another grandchild in about a year.

    • Mountain Dweller, to tell you the truth, I would not be surprised if the mashiach has already been born and is walking among us.

  3. Thank you for this post. Even though I don’t agree with everything you write, I agree with everything you wrote here in full.

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