Do you hear, Mr. Yariv Levin?
Ignore the herd crying out in a theatrical rant about the end of the Zionist project and the death of democracy.
A wiser man than me has already said that according to the cries of rupture emanating from the left, Israeli democracy has been dead for so long - that it has become a zombie.
It is clear that it is difficult to ignore a small public with an accounting ratio opposite to what can be thought according to its representatives in the media.
I didn't say it was easy for a moment, but still - ignore it.
Let them be the child who lies on his back and stomps his feet on Rami Levy, demanding that the police be called because his mother is not ready to buy him a Bamba.
Similar to the other buyers, the majority of the Jewish public in Israel looks at the incident with compassion, and there is not a single person with a functioning conscience who believes that the police should be called, but rather let the child - whom we all still love - stomp and scream until he falls asleep in the car and goes on with his life as usual, with the important understanding for the rest of his life: not everything what you want you will get
Did you hear, Mr. Levin?
Did you hear, Ben Gvir?
Ignore the threats, the provocations, their oh-so-revolutionary comparisons to the Nazis, and by all means - ignore the Palestinian flags they wave there.
Let them bask in rudeness, curses, "comparison is forbidden, but this time it's different!"
Let them wave whatever flag they want, and hope - yes, hope - that as many flag wavers and Iman Odut as possible will get there and be photographed from every direction.
The public sees everything, and the explanations of "these are only the fringes!"
It is no longer being worked on.
Policemen who try to take a Palestinian flag from a happy protester will turn him into a martyr, and you (as usual) into fascists.
Don't give them victory shots.
And I'm talking to you too, Zvika Vogel.
Yair Lapid's wet dream is photos of policemen who will arrest our terribly brave head of the opposition-returned-from-Paris, not to mention Letz who lacks voters and influence, a ridiculed slave to provocations for 9 shekels like Yair Golan.
Let them pour out some violent filth under the guise of "pain upon us as a society!"
whatever they want.
Ignore them, Honorable Prime Minister. Did you hear? All their demonstrations, noise, columns, posts and mountains of spin are not aimed at the media, not at the members of the justice system, not at the right. Everything is aimed at you, and only you, Netanyahu, in the hope that the media pressure will break you again, And suddenly the reform will be "re-examined", or worse - some minor changes will be made through it that will be marketed in disgrace as a victory. Ignore them, Mr. Netanyahu. Don't be afraid of the tramps again. Their demonstrations are not really worth much. Their representatives in the media and networks (including the "professionals in their field") Shows heart-wrenching legal ignorance, and is repeatedly caught presenting half-information.
It is important to look at what happened just a few months ago: the maximum they achieved in their previous demonstrations was a failed semi-post-Zionist government, which barely held and was established only thanks to the incredible ideological defection of a greedy politician, who was easily abandoned by his stunned voters.
Let them demonstrate, let them scream about civil wars, respect them and their demonstrations out of true respect for freedom of speech and democracy.
And in short, do everything they don't believe in.
And for God's sake, ignore them.
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