Israelis want Netanyahu gone – polls, while the IDF warns AIPAC

ER Editor: A two-fer from the last 72 hours from the Jerusalem Post over Netanyahu. We believe one of several goals of the highly improbable Hamas attack was to publicly remove Netanyahu and his ilk. Backchannels say the man himself, a representative part of the so-called Khazarian Mafia clan, was already gone some time ago, and so what we have been watching for a while in Israel is something probably highly orchestrated. Like ‘Biden’.

Another main goal has to be to get Gaza destroyed in a positive sense, as in removing the ability to lock up around 3 million people behind a wall.


Israel and the Israel Lobby in the US (AIPAC being part of this) is clearly worried about public support stateside for their current and upcoming actions in Gaza. See this from Breitbart, sporting an Israel flag next to its logo —

IDF to Jewish Leaders: ‘Scenes Out of Gaza Will Be Hard to Stomach’

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) told American Jewish leaders to prepare for a difficult public relations battle over the impending war with Hamas, telling them Thursday that “scenes out of Gaza will be hard to stomach” given likely civilian casualties and damage.

The Times of Israel reported:

A spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces urged [the American Israel Public Affairs Committee] (AIPAC) and its followers to stick with Israel as it attacks Hamas even when “the going gets ugly” and “the scenes out of Gaza will be hard to stomach.”

Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus, the international spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces, spoke Thursday evening to a webcast convened by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee about what Israel expected from Americans and especially those who support the pro-Israel lobby.

We imagine a bit of psychological implosion among those American Conservatives who blindly follow Israel without realizing what that means operationally, either on Israeli territory or at home – how America has been totally chewed up and spat out by the Israel Lobby for many decades.


October 12, 2023

An overwhelming majority of 86% of respondents, including 79% of coalition supporters, said the surprise attack from Gaza is a failure of the country’s leadership

Israelis blame gov’t for Hamas massacre, say Netanyahu must resign – poll

Four out of five Jewish Israelis believe the government and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are to blame for the mass infiltration of Hamas terrorists into Israel and the massacre that followed, a new Dialog Center poll released on Thursday found.

An overwhelming majority – 86% of respondents, including 79% of coalition supporters, said the surprise attack from Gaza is a failure of the country’s leadership, while a staggering 92% said the war is causing anxiety.

Furthermore, almost all the respondents (94%) believe the government must bear some responsibility for the lack of security preparedness that led to the assault, with over 75% saying the government holds most of the responsibility.

Netanyahu must resign after war’s conclusion, Israelis say

The survey, which polled 620 Israeli Jews from across the country, also found that a majority of respondents believed Netanyahu should resign following the conclusion of Operation Swords of Iron.



October 13, 2023

The poll puts opposition parties at a vast majority with 78 seats compared to the coalition’s 42

Netanyahu suffers massive loss of faith from Israelis – poll

Benny Gantz’s National Unity party leads Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu‘s Likud by 22 seats in Maariv’s latest dramatic poll which is its first since the war with Hamas broke out on Saturday.

In the last week, Gantz’s party gained 12 seats while the Likud lost nine. Yesh Atid lost one seat, Shas lost three, and the Religious Zionist Party lost two. Meanwhile, Itamar Ben-Gvir’s Otzma Yehudit party gained one seat.

This puts the opposition parties at a vast majority with 78 seats compared to the coalition’s 42.

 Israeli opposition leader Yair Lapid speaks with former defence minister Benny Gantz at the Knesset, Israel's parliament. (credit: REUTERS/AMIR COHEN)
Israeli opposition leader Yair Lapid speaks with former defence minister Benny Gantz at the Knesset, Israel’s parliament. (credit: REUTERS/AMIR COHEN)

The poll also showed that Israelis were not happy with Netanyahu’s management of the war with him only being given an approval score of 4.2 out of 10. He was awarded only one point from 42% of respondents.





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