The votes have been tallied from yesterday’s election … once again the people of Israel have lost their chances of becoming a part of the human race and taking its place in the community of nations.

The ugly face of zionization will still be the face the world sees when it looks at Israel …


There were at least two positive aspects of the election …

First, the combined Palestinian Parties in in the race maintained their power and came in third.

Secondly, the Party of Eli Yishai which put American born fascist Baruch Marzel in their 4th spot failed to get even one seat in the upcoming Knesset. Marzel swore to take the smile of MK Zoabi’s face, you will see in the photos below that this did not happen.

Baruch Marzel, Eli Yishai Tomer Neuberg/Flash 90

Baruch Marzel, Eli Yishai Tomer Neuberg/Flash 90

It is still unclear who will be in the new government, but it will undoubtedly be headed by Netanyahu. The President of Israel seems to be leaning to declare a ‘Unity Government’ of the two major parties. This would only lead to continued stalemates on all issues and would surely mean another election in the very near future. It might be a ploy of Rivlin to get back at Netanyahu for not backing him in his bid for the Presidency a few months ago.

But, as things stand, Israelis voted to maintain the anti Israeli feelings that are manifesting themselves throughout the world, especially in Europe, in many instances at the cost of many innocent Jewish and Muslim lives. They have voted to continue the policies of Apartheid, Occupation and Ethnic Cleansing within Israel itself. They have voted to continue building new and expanding illegal settlements in the Occupied West Bank. They have voted to continue the siege of Gaza. Jerusalem will remain as an undivided city under zionist control with home demolitions and mass evictions in the Palestinian sector continuing. The ugly face of zion will remain for now.

Here are the faces of the next Knesset …. another post will soon follow as to who will be in the government itself.

Likud (Right)


Zionist Union (Slightly left of Right, but still wrong)


(Genuine Left)


Yesh Atid (Right of Centre)


Kulanu (Right of Centre)


Bayit Yehudi (Very Right of Centre)


Shas  (Religious Right)

Yesterday, many voters received SMS text messages from the grave of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef,  late spiritual head of this Right Party, saying that if you don’t vote for Shas that he won’t forgive you in this world or in the world to come. 

Halloween came early this year😉


United Torah Judaism (Religious Right)


Yisrael Beytenu list (Extreme Right)


Meretz (Left)


The above results are not 100% conclusive, there might be slight changes.

Hopefully soon a more positive report will follow …

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  1. joekano76 said,

    March 18, 2015 at 10:01

    Reblogged this on TheFlippinTruth.

  2. March 18, 2015 at 17:34


  3. mikael said,

    March 18, 2015 at 18:12

    To be honest, anyone beliving anything else, that this show must go on.

    And I know, the Israeli people will them selfs pay the price of endless wars, and agression.
    It will, not anything else, dragg you down to a 3 world pitt.
    Within this year food riots will come, powerty explode, crime expplode, and so on, steady rise in the gap of have nots and those that have.
    Dog, eat Dog, Jews, thats whats coming.
    And all by your very own “jews”.
    The enemy within.


  4. Anonymous said,

    March 18, 2015 at 22:21

    The Israeli people have lost an opportunity to create a Palestinian country and a roadmap for peace in the region. The ongoing ‘program for perpetual war’ will continue and the people will suffer. Palestinians and Israeli’s, all. Israel is plotting its own destruction.

  5. hp said,

    March 19, 2015 at 01:22

    I knew that..
    P.S. the human race isn’t ready to join the human race..

  6. March 19, 2015 at 08:33


  7. March 19, 2015 at 15:13

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  8. Sean Mulligan said,

    March 19, 2015 at 23:44

    On the bright side, the Joint List made gains, and Bennett and Leiberman’s parties lost heavily.

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