|Netanyahu shakes hands with the Arab Hitler.|
Right-wing? I suppose it depends upon your definition. Bibi speaks of a false people and repeats his commitment to creating a state for them. He speaks of "moderate Arabs" and of a future demilitarized "palestinian" state while arming the PLO with assault rifles and allowing the American Esau to train them. Strong? With strength like this, one needs no weakness.
Netanyahu speaks of using restraint in the coming battles with the Arabs.
He continues to keep the capo/judenrat Ehud Barak as his Minister of Defense.
Netanyahu refuses to take back Gaza, wage a war to free Shalit, or demand Pollard's release.
Netanyahu refuses to avenge the slaughter of a Jew this past Pesach, Ben-Yosef Livnat, by the barbarians of the PLO. These are Bibi's peace partners.
Netanyahu is about as strong as Shimon Peres. If he were honest, he would join Kadima, as all the former Likud frauds did when they could no longer live with themselves. At least the devil would become more apparent.
Bibi is dangerous. He wants to break bread with those who murdered his own brother. And every day he spits in the face of his elderly father. I'm not impressed by one who fought hard in his youth to protect the country, and then betrayed it repeatedly as a politician. No one on earth or beyond has the right to relinquish even an inch of the holy soil to goyim, even if the goy comes with a olive branch. Benjamin Netanyahu may be your Prime Minister. He's not mine.