Yes, I’m paraphrasing the government to highlight its autocratic mindset
The hyperlinks prove the opposite of what this coalition says
We, the government, are elected legally. We are political specialists. Many of us have years of experience and impressive careers in Israel. Trust us.
Why should we listen to all these unlearned, inexperienced know-it-alls?
Everything that’s good in Israel, wherever you look, we, the politicians, accomplished that. National and personal safety, economic success, the combination of democracy and Judaism, freedom, etc.
Surely, Israel isn’t perfect, but no place is. But we politicians work day and night on improving what we have, as we always have.
Stop slandering our work on behalf of the Jewish State and its inhabitants.
Most of the so-called press just incites. That should stop too.
Why should unelected judges be able to block our run toward perfection?
Ninety-nine percent of those accusing us could not do better than we do.
You’ve freedom of speech, gathering, and protest, and us to guard you all.
We are not dangerous. We’re decent people here to help. The agitators who got you worried are the danger dividing us and making us look weak.
Luckily, most of those, who agree with that, just pretend to believe it for political gain. For the rest, no one falls for this. That’s why I’m so hopeful.