Thursday, March 9, 2023

MK Gottlieb: Supreme Court President Hayut is inciting and dividing the nation


Today (Wednesday), Member of Knesset Tali Gottlieb (Likud) attacked Supreme Court President Justice Esther Hayut, accusing her of "incitement and dividing the people".

"When a person like the President of the Supreme Court goes to the State of Israel and dares to claim impending dictatorship, it will affect pilots, judges, and doctors," claimed Gottlieb on Radio Tsafon (Northern Radio) 104.5FM. "I accuse her of incitement and dividing the nation to a degree that we have not known for years. When the general population hears a person of her rank and position warning against a dictatorship, they will believe what she says."

According to her, "Even during the time of the Oslo agreements, we did not see soldiers refuse to serve, nor during the Disengagement. But where is President Hayut when she sees such frightening and disturbing incitement? Come out to the people, speak, as you spoke against us, as you created unfounded intimidation against us. Come call for unity. We, the elected officials, are not ready to accept submission or a desire or attempt to subjugate us, and I certainly will not tell any minister or Knesset member what words to use."

About her Likud colleagues who spoke out against the soldiers refusing to serve in the reserves, she said: "When I see a letter from pilots who write 'Galit Distel, who do you think you are anyway?' She is the Information Minister and give her the respect she deserves -- and give Shlomo Karhi the respect he deserves. There is something that cannot be taken away from them, both Shlomo Karhi and Distel-Atbaryan. They love our country and express their pain about the fact that people go against the government and the coalition without any basis in fact. Does that seem normal to you?"

"There is no basis for refusal, we have never seen such a phenomenon, it is despicable and should be denounced. I call on the people of Israel to unite, not to despise each other, and not to humiliate each other. We will succeed; the coalition has the power, we will legislate excellent laws", she concluded.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

One of the few good things that has come out of this is the exposure of the hypocrisy of the liberal left. They only love Israel if it's like them and they control it. Otherwise they will kill its leaders and burn its economy to the ground.