LOOKS LIKE A GOVERNMENT "PLANT" IN THE RIGHT-WING CAMP TO DIVIDE THE OPPOSITION--AN "AGENT PROVOCATEUR."
HE ALSO WROTE THIS:
Likud Chairman tells close associates he wants Labor, Yisrael Beiteinu to join his government should he win elections; earlier, Bibi praises Barak over Gaza war, says Israel has no choice but to uproot Hamas from Strip Attila Somfalvi
Latest Update: 02.04.09, 19:53 / Israel News
"The government's Basic Lines would enable Yisrael Beiteinu and Labor to join Likud," Netanyahu said in closed-door sessions. "They already sat in the same government and there is no reason that, given the Basic Lines, they won't do it again."
Meanwhile, the Likud leader and premiership frontrunner made it clear that Lieberman will certainly join his government, saying he was "100% sure" Yisrael Beiteinu would be part of the governing coalition. Netanyahu was expected to unequivocally declare his intention in an elections event Wednesday evening.
Bibi praises Barak
Earlier Wednesday, Netanyahu lauded barak in a conference in Herzliya, saying "I would like to praise the chief of staff and express my esteem for the defense minister for the preparation work (ahead of Operation Cast Lead) and for IDF soldiers."
A note about Yisrael Beiteinu: Someone I read raises the suspicion that YB is being built up by the post-Zionists/unJews to siphon votes from the nationalist camp into the Oslo Camp in all its manifestations. Once he mentions it, there is a lot of merit to the suspicion. Lieberman has spoken in the past of an exchange of territories with the Arabs who call themselves "Palestinians:" heavily populated Arab areas in Israel in exchange for heavily populated Jewish areas over the Green Line. That means he is not opposed to a "Palestinian" state. He was party to the casino in Jericho. His positions have been all over the lot, which means he is not dependable. Until now, the vote-getter among nationalist voters, the party which could be co-opted to support Oslo has been Shas. Whatever they said to their hawkish constituency, the BBI system (Bribery, Blackmail and Intimidation) always kept them in the Oslo camp. Shas was willing to sit in the government while it gave away parts of Eretz Yisrael but now, the government is giving away Jerusalem and Shas cannot go along, BBI notwithstanding. So the Oslo Camp have built up another tame party denounced it as a "right-wing, extreme, racist, Kahanist" party and threatened it with prosecution in order to anger hawkish, nationalist voters and goad them into casting their ballots for what will turn out to be the new tame "right-wing" party in the Oslo Camp to take the place of Shas. It makes perfect sense.