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+972's Story of the Year: The Right has officially taken over

Benjamin Netanyahu and the Right finally took over Israel this year. The right wing successfully isolated and delegitimized the Left, eliminated any serious ideological challengers, put the country’s Palestinian citizens in its crosshairs, and quietly ushered us into an un-democratic one-state era.

Noam Sheizaf

Save for the brief episodes of the Rabin and Barak governments, the Israeli Right has been in power since 1977, on its own or in partnership with Labor. In the 70s and 80s the right- and left-wing blocs were relatively balanced, but over the past 15 years the Likud, along with all its various off-shoot parties, has been the unchallenged, dominant force in the Israeli political system. In this process, 2015 will probably be remembered as a key year. The Right is in the driver’s seat, alone.

Twelve months ago some people believed the tide had turned. The Gaza war ended, and despite all the destruction Israel left in the Strip, things looked pretty similar to where they stood before Operation Protective Edge. A wave of protest was being waged in East Jerusalem once again. Most importantly, there seemed to be a genuine sense of fatigue from Benjamin Netanyahu’s leadership and the imperial style it has taken in recent years. An uncharismatic Labor leader, Isaac Herzog, was rising in the polls. Netanyahu’s greatest asset has been the status quo – the sense of tranquility and prosperity Israelis enjoyed despite the lack of progress on the Palestinian issue – but things seemed different in the winter of 2014. International pressure was mounting and violence began claiming the lives of Israelis once again.

Faced with those challenges, some thought Netanyahu would change course. Instead, he chose to double down. On the eve of the elections, the Israeli prime minister took his battle against the Obama administration to Washington. Back home, he fanned the flames of Israel’s culture war and mobilized his base with talks of a “leftist takeover.” On Election Day, he posted a video in which he warned Jewish Israelis that Arabs were “voting in droves.”

Benjamin Netanyahu makes final notes to a pre-election speech against the Iran deal that he delivered to AIPAC in Washington. On the same trip, the prime minister tried to convince Congress to vote against the Iran deal, which was considered to be a direct affront to President Obama. March 2, 2015, Washington D.C. (Amos Ben-Gershom/GPO)

Benjamin Netanyahu makes final notes to a pre-election speech against the Iran deal that he delivered to AIPAC in Washington. On the same trip, the prime minister tried to convince Congress to vote against the Iran deal, which was considered to be a direct affront to President Obama. March 2, 2015, Washington D.C. (Amos Ben-Gershom/GPO)

Netanyahu later suffered some criticism for his words, but his fear and hate tactics worked. The Right won in a landslide victory, with 67 out of the Knesset’s 120 seats going to right-wing or Orthodox parties. The Likud received close to a million votes — and 30 seats. If it hadn’t been for a radical right-wing party that didn’t make the election threshold of 4 percent, the results would have been more one-sided.

Yet the Likud’s victory wasn’t as important as the way it won the elections. This was a violent campaign — including unseen-before incitement against left-wing Jews and Arabs. It wasn’t only that the Right didn’t pay a price for it — those tactics actually paid off. The most vocal populists became instant celebrities. Controversial Likud Minister Miri Regev won the culture portfolio, and began threatening to cut funding to institutions that produce or present left-wing content. Under the new education minister, Jewish Home party chairman Naftali Bennett, school books are being re-written in a way that emphasizes the “Jewishness” of the state and makes democracy and respect for minorities mere policy options. Radical Likud MK Danny Danon, who campaigned on a promise to deal with Israel’s Arab MKs, became the country’s new ambassador at the UN. Suddenly everything was permissible, because that was will of the people, it seemed. Even if the government were to collapse somehow, the Likud will only grow stronger in the next elections.

Earlier this year, the government outlawed the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement – one of the larger Palestinian political movements in Israel. Right-wing lawmakers are now trying to ban the secular Balad party as well, or at least some of its elected members of Knesset.

Outside parliament, the political atmosphere became even more toxic. Right-wing group Im Tirzu – known for its strong ties to several politicians in the government – launched a public campaign featuring the names and faces of several prominent human rights advocates (including an attorney who defends Palestinians in Israeli courts) whom it called “foreign agents.” A watchdog organization founded by IDF veterans, called Breaking the Silence, became the target of a national smear campaign; Prime Minister Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ya’alon were among those who spoke out publicly against the organization. The political space in which the Left is allowed to exist is narrowing rapidly. Schools and army units were ordered not to have any contact with Breaking the Silence and other human rights organizations; other organizations had tax exemptions revoked and national service programs targeted. In Be’er Sheva, Israeli police preemptively ordered that a Breaking the Silence event not take place, citing “public safety.” Several human rights organizations have hired guards to protect their offices.

A protest in solidarity with human rights and anti-occupation organizations that have come under attack, Tel Aviv, December 19, 2015. (Oren Ziv/Activestills) ‘The political space in which the Left is allowed to exist is narrowing rapidly.’

A protest in solidarity with human rights and anti-occupation organizations that have come under attack, Tel Aviv, December 19, 2015. (Oren Ziv/Activestills) ‘The political space in which the Left is allowed to exist is narrowing rapidly.’

As 2015 ends, the Left is isolated, and the radical Right is roaming up and down the corridors of power. In December, The Forward reported that the mother and lawyer of a Jewish terrorism suspect were able to secure a meeting with Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked. A few days later, Shaked scored a major victory when a bill she sponsored targeting human rights NGOs was voted through a key legislative committee. According to Shaked’s new draft law, organizations that receive the majority of their funding from foreign governments will need to wear special badges while speaking or holding meetings in the Knesset, and their sources of funding will need to appear prominently in every paper and report they publish.

Those are not necessarily coordinated moves, seeing as the Right is more than a political force in Israeli at the moment. The Right is the zeitgeist. Progressives and Palestinian citizens of Israel are finding themselves more and more isolated as the political center adopts the Right’s worldview and political platform. There is not better example of the transformation than Yair Lapid. Lapid, who entered the previous Knesset on a platform that promised to reduce the cost of living and empower the country’s middle class, recently anointed himself the Netanyahu government’s unofficial foreign minister. His Facebook page’s header urges supporters “to join us in the battle against the BDS’s movement’s lies,” and he has conducted a media blitz in Europe to the same effect. Lapid also attacked the Iran deal, as did Labor’s Herzog. Herzog also supported outlawing the Islamic Movement and has even criticized Netanyahu for not taking harsher measures against the Palestinians in the wake of the stabbing attacks, going so far as suggesting Netanyahu place the entire West Bank under military closure.

These men, let’s remember, are the leaders of the opposition. While continuing to compete with the Right over power, budgets and other political positions, they have adopted the Likud’s worldview: namely, that Israel is not to blame for perpetuating the occupation, that the world should recognize and accept Israel’s claims in East Jerusalem and the West Bank (the so-called settlement blocs) even without a peace agreement; that there is “no partner for peace”; that criticism of Israel is a new form of anti-Semitism; that the Iran deal betrayed Israel; that Palestinian narratives and Palestinian political movements can be banned from the Israeli public sphere, and that certain kinds of politics, and certain ideas, should not be tolerated because they put the Jewish State at risk.

Just like the old Labor movement used to compete with the satellite parties that split off from and rejoined it in the 1950s and 60s, the real political competition facing the Likud leaders comes from politicians and parties that were born from within its own ranks: Moshe Kahlon, Tzipi Livni, Avigdor Liberman, Naftali Bennet (Netanyahu’s old chief of staff) – and before them, Ehud Olmert and Ariel Sharon. Each and every one of them comes from the same ideological and political breeding ground; they might be in a horse race for power but they tend to hold a very similar world view.

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Three years ago, +972 Magazine chose “The Settler” as the person of the year. We argued that 2012 was the year the settlers “arrived” by claiming their place in all of Israel’s leading institutions, from the Supreme Court to the media. And if the Right has taken over Israel, the settlers — as an ideological and political pressure group distinct from the revisionist Jabotinsky followers who formed the Likud — have the reins over the right-wing camp. Ironically, Netanyahu is one of the few remaining leaders of the old revisionist elite who remain in power.

Palestinians climb over a barrier the Israeli army placed at the entrance to the West Bank village of Shufa, near Tulkarem, December 24, 2015. (Ahmad Al-Bazz/Activestills) Between the river and the sea, Jews have all the rights and Palestinians are divided into divided into sub-categories. They are never equal.

Palestinians climb over a barrier the Israeli army placed at the entrance to the West Bank village of Shufa, near Tulkarem, December 24, 2015. (Ahmad Al-Bazz/Activestills) Between the river and the sea, Jews have all the rights and Palestinians are divided into divided into sub-categories. They are never equal.

The narrowing of the political space allocated to the Left in Israel goes hand in hand with the expansion of the occupation. What used to be the settlers’ vision is now the everyday reality. We have entered the era of the one-state solution, only it is not a democratic political vision. Israel now stretches from the river to the sea. In that plot of land, Jews have all the rights and Palestinians are divided into sub categories, governed in different ways but under one unifying principle. They are never equal. Their presence is tolerated, but not much more.

Yet this very vision is also the heart of the Right’s failure. The Palestinians are real. The Left is not the source of unrest or pressure on Israel — that comes from the immoral, unsustainable reality on the ground. The government has no answer for international pressure and isolation, which is slowly, but surely, growing. Nor does it have any idea how to deal with the growing unrest in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

The Right has no idea how to answer those challenges, which also happen to be the source of its strength. That is the tragedy of the current moment. The Right is not prolonging the occupation, it’s the other way around. The failure to end the occupation is the Right’s source of power, and both will continue to strengthen each other in an ever-escalating downward spiral. What is happening in Israel in 2015 is no ordinary political tug of war. The system, it seems, is completely off balance. It has lost its ability to self-correct.

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    1. Carmen

      The chasm is ever deepening.

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      • Merkava

        Indeed. And there is nothing you can do about it. You must be feeling powerless, helpless and angry.

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        • Israel

          “Indeed. And there is nothing you can do about it. You must be feeling powerless, helpless and angry.”

          Poor psychotic Zionist Ginger LIES is so far gone she wouldn’t know what was falling into the abyss if she threw herself into one.

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    2. Bruce Gould

      What might David Ben-Gurion have said about the current situation? We can make an educated guess: in the Jan 14, 2016 issue of the New York Review of Books there’s a review of a new book about him, “Ben-Gurion: Father of Modern Israel” by Anita Shapira. I quote from page 56 of the review: “…But all this may have gone unnoticed had he not also said that in order to reach peace Israel should relinquish all the territories conquered in 1967, apart from East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights…”. I might quibble with him about East Jerusalem but we’re on the same page re the West Bank.

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    3. Gustav

      And the left has only itself to blame.

      Had it acted as if it was part of Israeli Jews rather than as part of the Arab camp. Had it worked WITH the right rather than as part of the Arab camp, it would have had the respect of the voters and they could have acted as a moderating force from the inside rather than as a group who are seen as nothing but a fifth column quislings.

      Blame yourselves Noam!

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      • Weiss

        Where are the other Hasbara Goon Squad members to back up your defense of the Fascists?

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      • Noevil

        Gustav, that’s not even close to the truth, Israel and Israelis finally showed their true colors and intentions( i am talking mostly about the leadership, not as much as the public) Initially , they were tip toeing to fool the Goyim, including the Palestinans about peace and occupation , then they found out, that they can do it all and the Aipacs and bought American politicians with others like them of the world will support them, so why hide any more, its out in the open and there are no consequences ! That is till the Big one lands on their heads again, then we all will cry faul, holocaust and Antisemitism,( unless, we believe that we can blow up the region first, because we have Nuclear now, and that is the tragedy in itself ) and the wheel keeps on turning! That is very sad for all humanity!

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    4. Weiss

      Nowhere in this article is the CENTER even mentioned…

      The Fascists have tilted the political spectrum so far to the Right that the Left is now in the CENTER…

      Notice how Field Marshall Satanyahoo strategically placed in the photo behind him Shaked the proponent of massacring the Palestinian “Little Snakes” and Bennet the proud killer who has “no problem killing Arabs”.

      Just the type of people we can trust around our children…

      Only as long as the children are Jewish and don’t have too dark of a skin color.

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    5. Philip Farah

      I don’t think the Left was ever in power in Israel. Even by European social democratic standards, the Israeli Labor party would solidly belong on the Right of the political spectrum.

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    6. carmen

      The right bears the most responsibility for the problems; the right has been running things for over a decade and with each year becomes more and more steadfast in its intransigence and refusal to accept the Palestinians as equals and partners. The abject hatred on the right for any “other” is the main reason for the problems today.

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      • Gustav

        I am sorry but coming back with the murderous second Intifada and Durban after Ehud Barak’s peace offer in 2000 had to end up the way it went. Only down hill.

        I say this even if one subscribes to the theory that Ehud Barak’s offer didn’t go far enough (and I don’t subscribe to that theory). To come back with a murderous intifada in response to a peace offer which crossed many Israeli red lines was just unconscionable. Especially when one couples their response to Durban which was just an anti Israel hatefest. It taught us that there is no one to talk to. If you guys just insist in vilifying us no matter what we do, then we will just do what suits us and hang the expense.

        PS
        And we will vote for Netanyahu. You are hearing this from someone who voted for Rabin.

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    7. Ginger Eis

      Dear Mr. Noam Sheizaf,

      You are badly mistaken. The People of Israel are in charge – not the Right and certainly NOT the Left;

      The People Of Israel go to elections more than their Western counterparts in the UK, France, Germany, etc. to chose their Leaders and Representatives;

      The People Of Israel put the Right led by Netanyahu in power with 67- out of the total 120 Knesset seats. The People gave the Left (ZU, Meretz and YA combined) just 40 baby-seats (hihi hihi), because the People weighed the Left in a balance and found it seriously wanting. If and when the Right messes up, the People of Israel will remove it from power. THAT – is DEMOCRACY. Until then, Malka, Zahava, Yitzhak and Yair must remain quiet in their baby-seats rending their cloths, pouring ashes on their heads and doing heavy soul searching.

      So, Yes, Noam, The People of Israel Are Very Much In Charge And Have Taken Over.

      Long Live The Beautiful People Of Israel. Long Live All The Beautiful Individuals Around The World Who Support And Rejoice With The Jewish State. May The Agitators Keep Grinding Their Teeth Until They Bite The Dust. And May Our Enemies Perish.

      Am Yisrael Chai!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_0k7Q6V_Rc

      Wooohooo!

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      • Wayne

        So you think that describing opposition seats as “baby seats” is democratic? I didn’t know you do “black humor” as well. Imagine Bougie and Tzipi literally sitting in two baby seats inside the Knesset during Knesset debates? Funny.

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      • andrew r

        Long Live The Beautiful People Of Israel. Long Live All The Beautiful Individuals Around The World Who Support And Rejoice With The Jewish State. May The Agitators Keep Grinding Their Teeth Until They Bite The Dust. And May Our Enemies Perish.

        Yep, you’re definitely hitting the freebase.

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        • Wayne

          Oh, don’t be such a joke!

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      • Israel

        “Am Yisrael Chai!”

        Nah, Ginger LIES Am Psychotic American Zionist Oxygen Thief!

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    8. Hi Noam.

      Ginger Eis, above, is not totally wrong, absent the chanting. The issue is constitutional democracy, not democracy. A pure Knesset Supremacist can well argue Israel is highly democratic–with a little bit of hand waiving. The hand waiving lies in convoluted coalition politics to form a government. Even accepting that the rapid turnover over governments and new elections is highly democratic, and it is, this is not identical to saying that “the People” are univocal. But, as Athenian ostracism votes show, democracy does not insure political survival; and Hitler came to the Chancellorship quite democratically for that day. The real issue facing Israel internally is the nature of its constitution. Presently, the right is all for Knesset Supremacy, of course. But they would not be, I think, if eclipsed by the left or whatever goes for a center these days.

      The right is using the Conflict to lock in one view of constitution. The left, trying to hold on, is advocating another view. Overall, both camps should be logically forced to hold their position even in personal decline. Because the kind of constitutional democracy presently advocated by the left requires the courts while Knesset Supremacy basically overrides the courts, the left is more honest under jeopardy than the right. But such future honesty comes from present jeopardy–the left needs a third party for protection, that is, the courts.

      Constitutional democracy is the issue, not democracy. A majority can vote to do all sorts of things and be quite democratic. A majority under constitutional democracy cannot.

      But you know all this. Really just to clarify for others.

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      • Ben

        Greg, I’m trying to understand what you’ve written here, I think what you are basically saying is this: a Supreme Court that truly enforces a coherent Constitution of the kind that the USA has, and that Israel does not, is necessary, as the American Founders knew, as a check on the tyranny of the majority. Eis celebrates the (Jewish) tyranny of the majority of course, but you understand the problem. Yes?

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      • Merkava

        “Because the kind of constitutional democracy presently advocated by the left requires the courts while Knesset Supremacy basically overrides the courts…”

        Woof! Greg, there is NO such thing as “Knesset Supremacy” in Israel. They have that stuff in England and some other countries, but not in Israel and the United States. Even you have on this site posted comments about the Israeli court overturning legislations passed by the Knesset and ordering the Knesset to re-do it again. The concept of “Knesset Supremacy”, if it existed, could have not allowed the Supreme court to do that, or, perhaps Greg does not even understand what “Knesset Supremacy” means? You have to be careful, Greg, because not only are you showing that you have no understanding of what you are talking about, but are also getting folks like Ben all confused.

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        • Israel

          HAHAHAHAHAHA!

          Yeah, “Merkava”, if you say so, LoL…,

          Except there is NO such thing as “rule of law”, or “democracy”, in Isghael.

          Ok, Ginger LIES, now bark up some more wrong trees, and show us what a good little mindless Zionist Chihuahua you are.

          Fetch your “jewish state” for us, Ginger LIES!

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    9. Ben

      http://972mag.com/the-uncomfortable-context-of-israels-book-ban/115388/

      >>> Wow. The state now formally acting like Lehava, on behalf of Lehava. The spirit of Gopstein moves over the land. Beautiful? And what was that somebody said about how the extremists are not representative of the Right? Howz that again?

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      • Merkava

        It simply does not matter how many times you repeat the same nonsense over and over again and how many aliases you use in doing that, the nonsense will remain nonsense.

        In your own Islam, Muslim communities and countries, intermarriage between Muslim women and non Muslim men is strictly forbidden. “Love affair” between a Muslim woman and a non Muslim man means a death sentence for the Muslim woman, who will be murdered by her own father and/or JUNIOR brother she herself babysitted, and/or her own senior brother she grew up with and or her own mother or uncle! Sometimes the just cut her throat; sometimes the poor lady is raped by her killers BEFORE being killed!! That is the kind of barbarity that exists within YOUR Islam and Muslim communities. But, you are completely blind to all that.

        Maybe we should start teaching Muslim Arab children about “love affairs between Muslim Arab women and non Muslim men in schools in Muslim countries”? Maybe we should start teaching Catholic/Christian children about “love affairs between Catholic/Christian women and Muslim men” in schools in Catholic/Christian countries?

        Ya support that, or, are you just fixated on Jews and Jewish women alone?

        Anyone who wants to buy the book in Israel can buy as many copies as he wants, read them as much as he/she wants and teach his/her own children about “love affairs between Jewish women and Muslim Arab men” as much as he/she wants. WE SIMPLY DON’T CARE! But we will not use public funds and public schools to do that. Are you intelligent enough to understand that not so complex set of facts, or, are you just satisfied with shouting “racism”, “Lahava”, “Gopstein”, etc., without even understanding the difference between “race” and “religion”, without even understanding that the State of Israel has been fighting assimilation before even Lahava and Gopstein were born and without understanding that the Jewish people in Diaspora have been fighting against assimilation for thousands of years before even the modern State of Israel was born and are still doing so TODAY and have no idea who Gopstein is?

        See my first post in the link you posted. It debunks your idiotic claims.

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        • Ben

          I received your ridiculous message.*

          *Ro’i Yelin set up a Facebook group called “Im Tirtzu (‘if you want it’) a fascist movement — you have one.” Ronen Shoval sent Yelin a letter demanding that it be deleted. Yelin replied: “I received your ridiculous letter,” and refused. Im Tirtzu sued Yeilin over his calling them “fascist”—and lost the case.

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          • Merkava

            I have no idea what you are rambling about this time. In any case, Im Tirzu lost the case not because Im Tirzu is facist, but because the case was not a legal one, but a dispute over ideologies and should not have been filed. If I opine today that +972 “is leftist facist” and it takes me to court, it will lose the case on similar grounds as Im Tirzu. Sometimes, BEN, it is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than talk and remove all doubts.

            BTW

            You have not answered my questions above.

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          • Israel

            “I have no idea what you are rambling about this time.”

            You have no idea that you are rambling Zionist basket case, Ginger LIES.

            “Sometimes, BEN, it is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than talk and remove all doubts.”

            HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

            “BTW

            You have not answered my questions above.”

            Poor needy little Zionist oxygen thief Ginger LIES, forever coveting what she can never have.

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          • Israel

            “I have no idea what you are rambling about this time.”

            You have no idea that you are a rambling Zionist basket case, Ginger LIES.

            “Sometimes, BEN, it is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than talk and remove all doubts.”

            HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

            “BTW

            You have not answered my questions above.”

            Poor needy little Zionist oxygen thief Ginger LIES, forever coveting what she can never have.

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        • Israel

          No, Ginger LIES, it simply does not matter how often YOU repeat the same mumbo jumbo over and over and over again, or how many aliases YOU use to do it, or how many times you hallucinate that everyone is “BEN”. YOUR nonsense will always remain your nonsense, and Ginger LIES will always remain irrelevant, and Ginger LIES will always remain the psychotic little Zionist anti-Semite and oxygen thief she will always be, and the Palestinians will always remain in Palestine.

          And there is nothing you can do about any of it, except feel powerless, helpless and angry.

          “See my first post in the link you posted. It debunks your idiotic claims.”

          No, Ginger LIES. It only confirmed my diagnosis.

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          • Gustav

            This Benny guy is a total moron.

            The fact that he uses the name “Israel” even though it is evident that he hates Israel, shows how dishonest he is. What a loser.

            Now watch him spit his dummy, LOL.

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          • Ben

            @Gustav: I can’t control this ‘Israel’–who I do not endorse–and I can’t control your troll smear efforts to blend me with ‘Israel,’ and it looks like you can’t control “Cindy’s” contradictory efforts to say ‘Israel’ is not me but is two other people besides–too funny–you guys need to have a troll strategy meeting and get on the same page and control your “message”–but I can control what I write. And you have trouble with that.

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          • Daniel

            Ben,

            Marnie/Carmen/Israel defends you with anti-Semitic diatribes. You have NEVER condemned her. You have NEVER told her to stop and that you do not need that kind of support. You just let her trade in anti-Semitism and let you be the fall-guy? Both of you do deserve each other.

            The least you can do is be grateful to Cindy. She shows you that Israelis speak their minds honestly. Unlike Marnie/Carmen/Israel who lets you take the fall for her anti-Semitism, Cindy did you favor and you actually thank her by calling her “troll”? That says a lot about the kind of person you are: a complete idiot.

            We are waiting for your other aliases to emerge soon.

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          • Israel

            Ginger LIES, why do you use multiple aliases, including “Daniel” and “Cindy”, to talk with yourself and spread anti-Semitic and Islamophobic filth? Are you really that schizophrenic?

            Ok, Ginger LIES, now march out “Merkava”, your butch man-hating Russian-American Jew-fascist lesbian personality, and show us what a schizophrenic Zionist bottom-feeder and anti-Semite you are, and how obsessed with “BEN” you are.

            Entertain us, Ginger LIES!

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          • Gustav

            There, there, Benny dear…

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          • Israel

            Gastuv, why do you use multiple aliases, including “Wayne” and “JohnW”, to argue with yourself, congratulate yourself, spew disgusting Zionist filth about Arabs and Jews, and spread vile anti-Semitic blood-libels about the indigenous Palestinians of the Holy Land? Are you really that schizophrenic?

            Ok, Gastuv, now march out “Araby”, your sockpuppet with the awesome Arabface! Show us what a schizophrenic Zionist oxygen thief and disgusting anti-Semite you are, and how obsessed with “BEN” you are.

            Entertain us, antipodean Aghaby!

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          • Gustav

            There, there, Benny-leh, calm down. Remember your blood pressure.

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