"Egypt" Loses Its Power Over Israel on the 15th of Nissan

"...and on the 15th of Nisan they will in the future be redeemed from subjugation to exile.” (Tanhuma, Bo 9)

24 February 2019

A Masterful Set-Up

19 Adar I 5779

"The Erev Rav Gov't will deceive the nation and secretly weave dangerous deals. They will hand over holy places, including Yerushalayim, and this will cause a 'storm' in Am Israel." (Yehudit's Prophecy)

They've been doing it all along - all the way back to Oslo (if not before).
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They handed over Gaza and Kever David and still people don't want to believe they intend to go all the way. We are like the proverbial frog in the pot and the water has been heating up, ever so gradually, over the last 30 years. 

Naftali Bennett dropped a bombshell this morning...

...“Netanyahu and Trump are coordinating the presentation of a plan to establish a Palestinian state the day after the election,” he said.

...“A day or two after the elections, they will present a plan to establish a Palestinian state on 90% [of the West Bank] and divide Jerusalem,” the New Right Party leader warned.

According to Bennett, the next government will include the centrist Blue and White Party.

Bennett claims Netanyahu, Trump will divide Jerusalem in peace plan
...In his initial comments to the press, Bennett said that the Trump administration had completed its plan for peace between Israelis and Palestinians.

“Netanyahu and President Trump have agreed to come out with the plan to establish a Palestinian state on 90 percent [of the West Bank],” he said.

He added: “They’ve agreed not to present the plan before election day so that it doesn’t hurt Netanyahu, but a day or two after election day the plan will be presented, and will include the division of Jerusalem.”

In order to carry out such a peace plan against far-right opposition, a victorious Netanyahu will turn to the centrist Blue and White party of Benny Gantz in a bid to form a national unity coalition, Bennett warned.

“[Blue and White no. 2 Yair] Lapid and Gantz will join [the Likud-led government] and establish a ‘national peace government.'”
Now, I can understand why Netanyahu lobbied so hard for Bayit Yehudi to accept Otzma Yehudit and why the push to unite all the smaller, further-to-the-right parties. 

The over-the-top media coverage and commentary, including even AIPAC (and other American Jewish Leadership groups), denouncing the inclusion of "extremist Kahanists" is meant to scare the public in a massive move towards the "center" and provide the rationale for Netanyahu's planned move to the "center."  

The polls are also being reported in such a way as to make it appear that the only way to retain Netanyahu as PM is for him to move leftward towards the "center." 

We only have these poll reports as proof that certain parties have no chance of crossing the threshold or that "Blue and White" are leading the Likud. If polls (and their reportage) are so accurate, why even hold an election?!!

All-in-all, it is a masterful set-up which will devastate all those who have put their complete faith in Netanyahu, the electoral process and the secular, democratic State of Israel.

Remember: All the idols have to fall in the lead-up to Redemption.

...Netanyahu will address the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference two weeks before Israelis head to the polls, and will likely use the opportunity to meet with United States President Donald Trump, who is expected to release his peace plan for the Middle East shortly after the elections.
Time to play the Dennis Ross "card." We've come to the end of the line for the Peace Train. 


  1. Can we believe Naftali? He is such a slick politician, I don't know who is slicker between the two.

    1. You mean would he spill the beans to benefit himself? It rings true to me. I totally did not see that coming, but it rings true to me.

  2. Going by a person's track record, I would say, yes, it could very well be. BTW I spread this post of yours far and wide on A7, in the comments section.

    On the other hand the Lubavitcher Rebbe had a great deal of confidence in Bibi. I don't say he was a prophet, but certainly a Gadol with a lot of understanding, insight and Ruach Hakodesh.

    So?.... Is he being a good actor as usual? And then what are the options: not vote at all? Vote for Naftali? That would prove once and for all how slick that Naftali is; I never trusted him, not from day 1; he is an opportunist and very insincere himself.

    1. I've always thought of Bennett as a Netanyahu wanna-be. He doesn't even pretend to be out for anything but his own best interest.

      Everything is set up as a test from Shamayim. Voting in this country does not determine our destiny, so from that perspective it really does not matter whether you vote or not. Hashem's will is carried out regardless. But, the test involves whether we will have the fortitude to stand for what is right even if it appears to have no chance of success or go with the "lesser of the evils" in the belief that we, through our votes, will actually determine the outcome.

      There is only one party with a Torah platform and that is Yachad. That's who will have my vote because I am voting to be counted in Shamayim, not to play the rigged game that is called a democratic election.

      All these pragmatic right-wingers who thought they had to compromise their principles in order to strengthen Netanyahu are going to see the futility of that sort of thinking when he shuns the right for the new center-left. God help us!

  3. I was also very disappointed that Eli Yishai did not join Otzma. He was the one light in the party. Now that he is out - is he out for sure? - all that's left in Otzma is an empty bag. I thought there is still a chance he might join them: am I right or wrong?

    1. Rabbi Yishai tried his best to unite with the other parties but they shut him out. This also was from Shamayim, in my opinion, in order to enable this test. Last Thursday night was the deadline for submitting party lists. There is now no further possibility of running together with another party. Yachad will stand alone.

  4. "Remember: All the idols have to fall in the lead-up to Redemption."
    Hmm... Does that include the idol of democracy, in which you're now playing such an active role, and encouraging others to do the same?
    O! How the mighty have fallen...!
    And what of this --
    "There is only one party with a Torah platform and that is Yachad. That's who will have my vote because I am voting to be counted in Shamayim, not to play the rigged game that is called a democratic election."
    The Sitra Achra loves you for that. Netanyahu and Bennett and Ahmed Tibi, too.
    Anyone can take a sefer torah into a bathroom, Devash, chas v'shalom. There's no holiness understood, though, because he chooses to wear a tallit and a kippah while so doing. Shame on you. As if being counted in shamayim requires one to participate in an Israeli election -- or any other 'rigged game', as you call it.
    Absolutely mind-boggling.
    For someone who preached havdala with such force and integrity, and for so long, it's clear that you were just playing a game. You conned so many. And when the moment of truth arrived, you just couldn't separate. You dove in with the rest of the crowd to vindicate the Erev Rav and support its ongoing manipulation of the Jewish people. You couldn't resist. Everyone's spreading the post on Arutz 7, after all. The numbers are great, no?
    Too much Esav. Not enough guts.
    So fitting that all of this should play out and reach a head just as we read about the Egel Hazahav.
    Through tears, I say -- You've lost your way.

    1. Well, you’ve clearly convinced yourself, but you haven’t convinced me. There is no Torah leadership calling for Torah Jews to disengage completely as you advocate. We are not monks and nuns who cloister ourselves away in prayer alone. As long as a Torah option remains available, I will support it as best I can. When one no longer exists, then that is the time to disengage.

    2. There is Torah leadership calling to disengage - the Edah Haharedit has maintained this for years.

      However, they are a minority opinion among the vast spectrum of authentic Torah leadership. Anyone who subscribes to this idea has what to rely upon, but to preach to those who agree with the vast majority of Gedolei Torah who maintain that it's not only permitted and not only a mitzvah, but obligatory to vote in elections is the epitome of Hutzpah.

    3. I did not know that about the Edah Haharedit, Yaak. Thank you.

  5. Frightening prospect but it will not come to fruition. Woe unto those who are conspiring to put such a deal through; this is direct treachery against H'KBH. Also, Yachad once again is ousted from govt which is really a compliment and blessing from Shamayim. He is too honest & pure neshamah to be connected with such corruption. Treachery is done covertly, just as when the vulture gave over Kever Dovid to the vatican. He lied about it but the truth came out eventually. If this reaches the point where they think they are going to actualize such evil, it will bring the wrath of H' and the geulah will come in a blink of an eye. Just as the migdal Bavel was reaching greater heights, they were knocked down.

  6. I keep seeing reports that "according to the polls," Yachad can only get 1% of the vote. I know this is disinformation to scare people away from "wasting" their votes, because I receive a couple of poll texts every day and to date, not one of them included Yachad as a choice!

    That's why we have to stop letting ourselves be manipulated, do the right thing and leave the results to HKB"H.

  7. Bennett clearly stated recently that there would be no "palestinian" state, didn't he?

    Fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Fool me a hundred times, we're begging for self-destruction.

    Here's a reminder of what Bennett's "plan" looked like.

  8. The comments are going off on a tangent. Please address the matter at hand. This post was meant to be a heads-up for what is coming.

    ...Lapid postulates unity government with Likud

    ...Yair Lapid, one of Blue-White’s four leaders, announced on Sunday night, Feb. 24, that after Netanyahu was gone, he would invite Likud to share in a national unity government that would be broadly based enough to dispense with the support of the Arab parties, on the one hand, and the religious bloc, including Otzma, on the other.


  9. Caught in a Trump trap, Netanyahu pins his hopes on Abbas

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trapped in a spectacular manner. US President Donald Treump, not know for his conciliatory nature, expects something in return for his decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem and recognizing the city as Israel's capital.

    That concession by Israel, sources close to Netanyahu say, will be in accepting the "deal of the century" drafted by the US president, which reportedly has several clauses that the prime minister will find hard to swallow.

    The sources say Netanyahu is actually counting on a Palestinian refusal to even consider the deal, given that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has vowed to oppose any US peace proposal—but there is no certainty that it will actually happen.

    ... The deal is expected to include the provision of establishment of a Palestinian state on 90 percent of the West Bank, including land-swaps and the division of Jerusalem.

    Illegal outposts will be evacuated, and isolated settlements outside the so-called settlement blocs (that some argue will remain part of the Jewish state in any peace deal) will not be expanded. The holy places will remain under Israeli sovereignty but will be jointly managed by Israel, Palestine, Jordan and possibly other countries.

    1. King Hussein would know...


      ...Recently, the Jordanian government decided to expand the Wakf administration in east Jerusalem by adding senior Palestinian Authority and Fatah officials to its management. They include PA Minister for Jerusalem Affairs, Adnan Husseini, and senior Fatah official Hatem Abdel Kader Eid. The two officials are residents of east Jerusalem. Eid previously served as PA Minister for Jerusalem Affairs.

      The decision to expand the Wakf administration is seen in the context of a joint Jordanian-Palestinian effort to prepare for the announcement of US President Donald Trump’s plan for peace in the Middle East, which is also known as the “deal of the century.”

  10. Oh, gosh, that’s what I just wrote on Dov’s blog. We are in for some extremely rough days ahead. I’m here in Yerushalayim and I may not go out very often if this happens.

  11. If there is a joint coalition of evils, then the religious should withdraw from politics and stand with HaShem!

  12. Neshama @ 9:01 am - think this is what H' is waiting for! The medina as is today is not Jewish.