Tonight’s rally was electric, exciting. It woke up the slumbering right, and not just the religious right, but the secular right too, who together filled up Rabin Square.
Netanyahu was on the top of his game, and Bennett, Bennett perhaps even outdid the Prime Minister with his gimmicks and oratory skills.
V15, the magically appearing NGOs and their foreign moneys can try to influence the elections as much as they want by overloading us with “Just not Bibi” advertising, but yet they couldn’t even pull in a respectable crowd for their leftwing rally last week.
While tonight’s grassroots rally for Israel was packed and energetic.
Tonight might be go down as the turning point in the elections. When the people saw that the right wasn’t tired, and when they heard for themselves everything the government had done for the periphery, for the poor and for the country.
The leftwing news sites made fools of themselves as they totally minimized the numbers present at the rally in a most exaggerated fashion. Anyone looking at photos could see for themselves how much larger it was than the Left’s rally.
I haven’t seen a rightwing rally like this in years.
The election polls these last few days have gotten me down. But no longer.
Our side has woken up, broken free of the apathy and constant whipping from the media and the left.
I now think we will win. I think people will get up and go to the election booths (though we still have to make sure that they do).
Finally, there is hope.