HaYom Kulam Yod'im She'Kahane Tzadak!

Welcome to The First Netanyahu Government Section of Jonathan's Jonathan's Right Wing Zionist Homepage!

Shema Yisrael, Hashem Elokeinu, Hashem Echad!

First of all, I would like to thank all who voted for Binyamin Netanyahu on May 17, 1999. But unfortunately, there were too many foolish Israelis that election. Bibi kept the damage of Oslo to a minimum by signing The Wye River Memorandum and refusing to give The Palestinians more than 41% of Judea and Samaria by the end of The Peace Process. He also didn't give up The Cave of The Machpelah in Hebron when he signed The Hebron Protocol. He was also the only reliable candidate, except for Benny Begin, to enter into negotiations with Syria because he will not make any concessions on The Golan Heights to Syria who can't be trusted with The Golan Heights in their possesion do to their actions between 1948 and 1974, especially in The Six Day War and The Yom Kippur War. Also, it shouldn't be given up because it belongs to Israel and was annexed by Israel under the leadership of Menachem Begin in 1981. Bibi was the only candidate that can make peace while keeping as much of Israel under Israeli control as possible. He cares about the fact that all of Israel is our birth right because it was given to The Jews by God. Bibi also stayed firm on Jerusalem and ordered the closure of Orient House, the Anti-Semitic Palestinian govenmental office in Jerusalem. He also stopped Yasser Arafat from declaring PLO independence on May 4, 1999 by threatening to annex all parts of Judea and Samaria in Areas B and C. Yasser Arafat also threatened that he would actually declare independence in June after the elections. Prior to the signing of The Sharm el-Sheikh Memorandum, he also said he would declare it by the end of 1999. Then he said that he would declare it if a final peace agreement is not reached by September 13, 2000. Then he set 2 new possible dates: November 15, 2000 or January 1, 2001, both turning out to be just nothing but threats once again. If Bibi would have stayed in office, he would have been on the offensive before Arafat declared war on Israel unlike Barak that just sat there like a lame duck begging Arafat to take up his offer of surrender. I would also like to say that despite Leftist claims that he broke the law and was the worst Prime Minister in The History of Israel, he didn't and is the second best Prime Minister in The History of The State of Israel tied with Menachem Begin behind Yitzhak Shamir.

2009 jonathanshabbat@yahoo.com