Category Archives: Elections

In the vile cesspool known as Israeli democracy, the rancid center is the elections. When else can we openly witness surrender of Ideology for Cabinet portfolios, votes, and campaign finances. Binyamin Ze’ev Kahane vigourously attacks the elections for the fraud that they are, especially in light of the Knesset banning of Rabbi Meir Kahane from “democractic” elections in 1988.

An Open Letter to the Designate Prime Minister

Dear Mr. Netanyahu, It is no secret that I was not one of those who placed a lot of stock in the elections in which you were elected as Prime Minister. It is no secret that we see in Likud … Continue reading

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On Whom To Vote For: Choose Life

Question: For quite a while you have been preaching that there is no significant difference between Labor and Likud, as proven by their past records while in power, as well as their campaign promises this time around. But what you … Continue reading

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These Are Not Elections!

Never were elections in the State of Israel more insignificant than the elections that are about to be held on May 29. Indeed, as per usual and true to political form, the two major parties tell voters that these elections … Continue reading

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