|July 29, 2010|
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|…Shalom laYehudim, Shalom laBnai Noach, Shalom laGoyim. It’s the evening of the 6th day, yud-tes, beMenachem Av, Parashas Ekev, tav-shin-ayin, the evening of the 4th day, Thursday, 29 July, 2010, webcasting from the Judenstaat, Herzl’s idea of a non-Jewish Jewish state.
A state without belief in the G-d of Israel and the holiness of His Books and commentaries on them that Jews live by and survive by.
Because these Israelis, these spiritual offspring of the Reform Jew Theodor Herzl don’t believe the ideology of the Jews, they behave the way they do.
The top story, the hot story today was like a flashback to earlier decades in the Judenstaat when Shimon Peres was a notorious, compulsive saboteur of his superiors in government. When he was inferior in power during the Labor-Likud power-sharing agreement under Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, Peres on his own engineered a deal with the Arabs contrary to Shamir’s policy.
It was in that period as well that his long-time rival in Labor Yitzhak Rabin called Peres a khatran bil-tee nil-ey in the mid-1980s; that means a “tireless underminer.” Peres had a reputation for that. Peres pulled off what was the called “the stinking maneuver” in the 1980s, another of his betrayals
And so this morning on Kol Yisrael, whose correspondent Ayala Hasson reported on a source who contacted her, an anonymous man who claims he sat at a table earlier in the month next to Saeb Erekat and Chaim Ramon at the American Colony Hotel and heard Ramon say to Erekat that he was an agent of his former mentor now Pres. Shimon Peres, and that Abbas should continue to refuse to meet with Israel in direct talks.
Indeed, yesterday I think Netanyahu dropped a cryptic remark that his genuine desire for direct talks was being sabotaged, when he said cryptically, “…and not from the right.”
Of course today Peres denied this narrative. Never happened. He didn’t send Ramon to sabotage Bibi’s policy.
So whether or not it did or didn’t, it did resonate with Uncle Shimon’s dirty past as a khatran bil-tee nil-ey/a “tireless underminer.” ..