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Every time Bibi talks about women, chatter comes out of his mouth. We have a bet on why - Walla! culture

2020-11-28T00:20:04.091Z

When the prime minister talks about women and feminism - instead of targeted sentences, clear messages on the border of slogans, it turns out that women are animals. Instead of poignant and decisive combinations such as "life itself", "the rock of our existence", Dardela comes out: "I am quite a feminist". There is no escaping the conclusion that they are very stressful for him



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Every time Bibi talks about women, chatter comes out of his mouth.

We have a bet on why

When the prime minister talks about women and feminism - instead of targeted sentences, clear messages on the border of slogans, it turns out that women are animals.

Instead of poignant and decisive combinations such as "life itself", "the rock of our existence", Dardela comes out: "I am quite a feminist".

There is no escaping the conclusion that they are very stressful for him

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In the video: Netanyahu compares women to animals at a conference to eradicate violence against women (Photo: Knesset Channel)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is one of the most eloquent leaders in the world.

There is no question about that.

He is a talented and convincing speaker - in both Hebrew and English, a rhetorician by grace and it is evident that he feels comfortable standing on a podium or stage, in front of open microphones and recording cameras.

He loves an audience and is not afraid of it, large classes do not arouse in him a reluctance, fear or paralyzing excitement.



Although he has not been frequently interviewed by the media in recent years, he is known as a challenging interviewee, so that he manages to direct the conversation to channels that are convenient for him, knows how to evade mines effectively and even when he pulls from the waist it usually sounds wonderfully calculated and reasoned.

He is also a wizard at spins and repackaging crises in velvety smooth words, wrapping them in an attractive film and presenting to his listeners like a glittering gift.

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife Sarah visit a home for battered women (Photo: GPO, Amos Ben Gershom)

This is almost always true, except in cases where the prime minister talks about women.

Netanyahu has an embarrassing painful history of unsuccessful statements about women.

Unsuccessful?

Dumb, really obscure.

The most eloquent man in the Middle East, the one who stood on the podium at the United Nations drew the poster board with a figure of the bomb, this video of Arabs flock, that with binders stealing from Iran - becomes just a gibbering idiot once he had to talk to women.



His speech this week In an incident that dealt with the fight against violence against women, in which Netanyahu slammed the following sentences out of his mouth: "Women are not animals you can beat, and today we also say in animals you do not hit.

We understand that there is insight and there is intelligence, and there is cognition and emotions for animals as well.

We are very attached to it so we pity animals, women are animals, children are animals, animals with rights "- he is just the freshest example, but he was preceded by a few more pearls.

Where is the furniture?

Netanyahu (screenshot)

About five months ago, Netanyahu asked the government to approve his limited corona cabinet, which included 10 ministers - all men.

When Minister of Social Equality Meirav Cohen wondered why there were no women in Netanyahu's small staff, the prime minister gave her a very strange answer: "I also sometimes ask in the middle of the night why the traffic light is red. There are many things that make no sense."

Netanyahu's response provoked great anger among women at the time.



In September 2016 in an interview with the Walla!

NEWS Tal Shalev, Netanyahu was asked if he was a feminist, and replied: "I am quite a feminist."

That's enough.

As if the discourse on equal rights for women has some middle ground or compromise, something that can largely be agreed upon, but not committed to.

As if, Sabba, we agree that you have the right not to be murdered, and rape is also quite irrelevant.

I accept that you will therefore have the right to vote ... We will talk about equal pay on occasion.

Sabba?

Sabba.

such a.

enough.

The feminist.

Netanyahu and our correspondent Tal Shalev (Photo: Niv Aharonson)

"Women are animals" is really a juicy quote, it's hard to resist the urge to tear it to shreds and rage.

But I personally do not think there is a deep message here that resonates from the depths of Netanyahu's consciousness.

I do not think he despises women.

No more than he despises anyone else, anyway.

I do not think he hates women.

But something about the female issue is stressing him out.

And whenever he is required to address it it makes him sweat, his tongue get tangled around itself.

The words that always line up for him in neat, clear and symmetrical columns suddenly start to flow and slide, spinning in his head.



When Netanyahu talks about women and feminism - instead of focused sentences, clear messages on the border of slogans, it turns out that women are animals.

Instead of sharp images, black on white, a bomb on a placard, his mind doula a strange and illogical image at a red light in the middle of the night.

Instead of poignant and decisive combinations such as "life itself", "the rock of our existence", "our eternal capital", Dardala comes out: "quite a feminist".



I do not know what exactly causes this specific issue to intimidate the prime minister.

One can only guess.

But if there is one thing that nevertheless rises sharply and is as clear as the sun from Netanyahu's stuttering nonsense about women - it is that they stress him.

is very.

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