Thursday, June 16, 2005

They Got The Guns But We Got the Spirit

Last night I attended a meeting of anti-expulsion activists. I am not going to divulge details of the meeting: who spoke, who attended, and what is being planned. I am not a police informer or a GSS mole. (The meeting was well publicized and held openly. If the "authorities" did not send a representative that is just a further sign of their ineptness.)

My impression from the meeting is that we are in for a very fierce battle. One side has the guns and "the law" on their side. Spirit however is lacking. It will be very difficult for most of the policemen and soldiers to carry out their orders enthusiastically. The soldiers and policemen know that this plan is a disaster for Israel. Granted, there are a few souless robots that will zealously be willing to follow any orders given. But they are a minority. Israel is not Nazi Germany. Here individual conscience takes precedence over any decisions made by the government or the Supreme Court, especially when the corruption of these institutions is evident.

The other side is infused with a great love for Torah, the Land of Israel, and the people of Israel. They have already shown that they are people of great courage. They did not flee from the bullets fired from the guns that Rabin and Peres gave to the Arabs. They did not flee from the Kassam rockets. They are not afraid to sit in jail. They know that morality is on their side, and they are willing to fight for it.

It's guns versus spirit. Let's see who wins.


Anonymous said...

we shall overcome.

Batya said...

Orange is forever! They will be just a postcript of history.

Daniel Greenfield said...

omein and remember that people defending their land are always stronger than those fighting against them

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