Biden administration attempts coup against Israel's new government for restoring true democracy

by Guy Milliere (in auto-translated from the original French in LeDreuz)
Since the Israeli right won the parliamentary elections on November 1st, and Binyamin Netanyahu - after having been defamed, destabilized, incriminated in court for essentially non-existent reasons, removed from power, replaced for a year by an opportunist, Naftali Bennett (a right-winger wearing a reversible vest, ready to form a government that looks like a piece of junk dominated by the Left, and powerless - both in the face of a Biden administration hostile to Israel, and in the face of the rise of murderous anti-Jewish terrorism), Binyamin Netanyahu was able to form a coherent government. Yet, the Israeli Left shows that it is ready to imitate the American Left in matters of ignominy and irresponsibility.
Interim Prime Minister Yair Lapid said as soon as the election result was known - that the government Binyamin Netanyahu could form would be legal, but "not legitimate" and would pose a "danger to democracy." Since then, he has made equally vile and inflammatory remarks. Several former IDF chiefs of staff have called for civil disobedience and urged the army to disobey government orders. Demonstrations have been held every Saturday night in Tel Aviv to denounce the government in very vehement terms, and "Palestinian" flags are unfurled alongside Israeli flags. Calls for insurrection have been made several times.

French law-professor, Guy Milliere, wrote
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The main reason given is the reform of the Israeli Supreme Court that the new Israeli government wants to carry out, and disinformation on the subject in the European press and in the American left-wing press is rife. One could imagine, reading what is written, that the new Netanyahu government wants to abolish the rule of law in Israel and install an authoritarian regime, and the incessant use of the expression "far right" to describe this government is supposed to install in people's minds the idea that Binyamin Netanyahu is a fascist. The truth is, of course, very different, and the European press and the American left-wing press cannot be counted on to say it.
Prof. Guy Milliere, in this November '20 video interview, discusses Western politicians' peculiar support for CCP-backed, apocalyptic Iranian Mullahs and their jihadist terror armies pursuing conquest of Israel, Egypt, and the Gulf oil states.

The Israeli Supreme Court was created as soon as Israel's independence was proclaimed. The Left was then in the majority in Israel and the justices of the Supreme Court were left-wing, but at the time, the Israeli Left was a lucid Left about the dangers weighing on the country, and responsible: the threat from the Arab world was blatant and potentially deadly for the newly born State of Israel, the "Palestinian people" had not yet been invented. It was obvious that Israel had to fight to survive.

There came a time when the Israeli Left began to see its power erode.

The Israeli right won elections for the first time, in 1977, and Menachem Begin became prime minister. He remained so for six years. Yitzhak Shamir succeeded him and was in power until 1992 (the Left, led by Shimon Peres, was in power for only two years between 1984 and 1986, and Shamir was in power from 1983 to 1984, and again from 1986 to 1992). The year 1992 saw the return to power of the Left, and Yitzhak Rabin became prime minister and signed the disastrous Oslo Accords, which led to the return to the Middle East of terrorist gang leader Yasser Arafat, the creation of the Palestinian Authority, and an atrocious wave of murderous attacks in Israel.