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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Make Aliyah and Help Save Israel

By Michael Berezin: We are at a turning point my fellow Jews. The meager support we once had here in Israel stemming from Europe and America, is quickly slipping away. They have bought the Arab narrative or at the very least are choosing to support the Arab side, based on their own domestic demographic based fears. What this means is that our enemies have become emboldened. They know we can't use our fancy killing devices because of the hard work of proud capos such as Goldstone. So as a result they demand more for nothing and stockpile better weapons to one day kill us with.

Wait wait it gets better. At the same time that our enemies are both threatening to destroy us and mocking us with an all or nothing peace approach. We are fighting with our own people and telling them that for this charade they can't extend their porches or complete houses already paid for. How can this be? Where is the outrage? At what point are we going to realize that either we stay and fight for our right to be here, or we say forget it, pack up and leave. Perhaps we can join the ex Israelis in Forrest Hills. Or maybe downward to Sydney. From what I hear its a great place to enjoy the sun and learn Hebrew from the locals...

The silly post Zionists will have you believe that if it weren't for these pesky roaches I mean settlers peace would reign supreme. Never mind that if the Arabs wanted peace they would have had it at any time in the last 40 years. I mean who can forget all the wonderful goodness, the Arabs were bestowing on us prior to 1967. You know the famous 29' massacres notice how the number 29 comes before 67? or the independence war of 48'. Lets not forget the celebration of Hamas celebrating 22 years. All our concessions have really helped stem the tide of terrors popularity.

Ok we get it. The situation sucks. Why should we want to be a part of it? What will making Aliyah do to help any of this?

Back to the turning point. Now if you follow the news you will see how there seems to be two Israels. One which bows down to the farce of democracy, fears world isolation--> not G-d and sees the land as a commodity to be offered around, the other says "no and to hell with world pressure (which wouldn't go away anyhow) this is our land and we aren't going anywhere". You might recognize them as being referred to as crazy extremists.

Once upon a time it was not only good but it was inspiring to be called a settler. Many might not know this but Petah Tikvah was a settlement, actually the first one. Nobody would ever call that place a settlement now or think of it as occupied illegal land. Except, and here is a little secret the Arabs actually do see it this way. What's even crazier is that they don't keep it a secret they say it all the time. We for some reason can't hear it no matter how loud they say it, act it, and live it.

This is where you come in. By making Aliyah you are letting the world know that this land is your right and that you are here to stay. Now since the whole country will always be treated as a settlement enterprise, pissing off those who hate us anyway, you can live anywhere you want! Doesn't matter if its Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, or Gush Etzion. Eventually we will internalize the fact that they are after the whole thing. When that day comes will you board the plane then?

We are at a critical juncture. Either we embrace Palestinian Nationalism or we embrace our G-d given right to be here. Everyone who values holding on to this land needs to be here and make there presence felt. You could have all the best of intentions about Israel but if you don't wake up here in the morning then it doesn't do much for the cause. All this nonsense of demographics would be put to rest if more Jews from America and beyond could see the writing on the wall and take the plunge.

This would pave the way for a national consensus built on the notion that we are all settlers and thats a good thing. Don't wake up on the wrong side of history, make Aliyah this week!

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  • At 3:10 PM , Anonymous Liam said...

    Mike, you are definitely right. I think the world is going in the direction where it's impossible to sit on the fence on things anymore. Marriage - holy or not? Food - nourishing or not? Air - clean or not? Israel - Jewish or not? There's not much middle ground left, and people have to pick their sides.

  • At 5:52 PM , Blogger Avi said...

    How true! The story doesn't stop there though. There is a parallel saga going on where the Yehudim of Galut in "America and beyond" are losing the spiritual demographic war. Constantly under pressure from pop culture, classic culture and just general melting pot dynamics, Galut based Jewry are giving spiritual ground to the forces that oppose their "chosen-ess". Not only should you make Aliyah because Israel needs you here...You need to be here for you!

  • At 8:59 PM , Anonymous Aviva said...

    I made aliyah, but I don't understand why people should feel responsible for the State of Israel now when the State does everything for everyone except its citizens - why are they giving up land? why are they fighting with the kids who are the only ones left that still have mesirus nefesh for the land? Why are they kissing up to every other nation - the same nations that didn't let us in during the Holocaust, the same ones that perpetrated it ... why be a part of this?

  • At 10:08 PM , Blogger Moriah said...

    I've read that if you want to know where the corruption of the land comes from you must look to the current leaders. ( Knesset, Judiciary, and the media?) Netanyahu gave away parts of Hebron. He voted for Disengagement. And Barak is back. What's changed? When will we have a leader that is for the Jewish Nation who will not parcel out land for smiles, handshakes and "recognition?" All the blood that's been shed and so far we've gained absolutely nothing and have lost the irreplaceable. And we repeat the nightmare over and over. Yes, I want to make aliyah but how? Will I make a living - (I'll be happy with a living)as a baker in my 50's? Who will want me? I have to learn a trade that is translatable in Israel. I know, it sounds like an excuse.


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