Should musical parents swap tone-deaf kids with those who don’t know what to do with their own too musically inclined/talented ones?
They should according to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman. That’s how I read their agreement to “land swap” with the Arabs.
How can one trade children? And how can one give up one’s Land?
Maybe they should just take up that old offer for land in Uganda…
Zionist Congress:The Uganda Proposal (August 26, 1903) When Theodor Herzl began his quest to establish a homeland for the Jewish people, he sought out the support of the great powers to help achieve his goal. In 1903, Herzl turned to Great Britain and met with Joseph Chamberlain, the British colonial secretary and others high ranking officials who agreed in principle to Jewish settlement in East Africa. At the Sixth Zionist Congress at Basel on August 26, 1903, Herzl proposed the British Uganda Program as a temporary refuge for Jews in Russia in immediate danger. By a vote of 295-178 it was decided to send an expedition (“investigatory commission”) to examine the territory proposed. Three days later the British government released an official document allocating a “Jewish territory” in East Africa “on conditions which will enable members to observe their national customs.”
That’s what “land swap” means. It’s the John Lennon “Imagine” doctrine.
Imagine there’s no heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today.
Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion, too.
Read more: John Lennon – Imagine Lyrics | MetroLyrics
Nothing means anything to them. When you have nothing to die for, you really don’t have anything to live for.
Jews who believe in God, and many believing Christians, too, see God as the owner and ruler of the earth and all of us. We are not in charge. We are not the “all powerful.” It wasn’t the IDF that was victorious in the 1967 Six Days War or the 1973 Yom Kippur War. We survived, because God wanted us to survive.
It takes more than two people, a man and a woman, having sex to “make a baby.” It takes God’s agreement or override on unsuccessful birth-control. The proof is all the infertility problems that have always existed. It’s not just a modern phenomena; just read the Bible. As soon as you recognize that God is the True Ruler you see the absurdity of the so-called “peace negotiations,” sic.
Instead of trying to bargain with the Arab terrorists, we should be educating ourselves and our children of the Jewish connection to the Land of Israel.
The other night at the Event in which we Celebrated 36 Years of Renewed Jewish Life in Shiloh, the youth interviewed us old-timers about our early years in Shiloh. We all blessed the children to make their homes and raise their families in Shiloh.
We Jews have no other Land. Yes, there are countries which welcome us and give us rights to live and practice our religion and participate politically etc. But it’s not the same as building a Jewish Country in the Land God gave us and nobody else.
It is worse than dangerous for the continued existance and security of the State of Israel to recognize and support Arab rights in the Land of Israel. The Land is not anything that can be divided or given away. If we don’t cease these “negotiations” we will find ourselves back in exile like we were over a hundred years ago. I have no doubt. We won’t be totally destroyed, but we’ll have to start a new and better “Zionism” all over again if this fails. Our aim shouldn’t be peace. Peace isn’t up to us. Our aim should be total Jewish sovereignty in the ENTIRE LAND OF ISRAEL. Then God will chip in with His “matching funds” and we’ll have Peace and the true Moshiach, God willing speedily in our day…
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