Moshe Feiglin on Galei Israel: Right Doesn't Know How to Set Borders of Discourse in Israel
Moshe Feiglin was interviewed on the Galei Yisrael radio station on the topic of insubordination. The following is a translated excerpt of the interview.
Why is the destruction and expulsion of an entire Jewish city part of the legitimate discourse in Israel, while it is unthinkable to even speak of doing the same to an Arab town?
The answer is that the Left knows how to set the borders of insubordination for the State, according to its worldview. The Right, on the other hand, with its empty rhetoric, always finds itself walking down the Left’s trodden path and ultimately implementing its policies of destruction.
Will the refusal of an IDF soldier to expel his parents from their home destroy the IDF or save it?
The IDF is currently unable to even fight a kite because the Right never bothered to clarify for itself the foundations of liberty and morality. Instead, it left it up to the Left to delineate and dictate its own borders of morality to the State by means of insubordination.
A rightist who repeats the ridiculous mantra of obedience at all costs abandons the army into the hands of the Left, effectively destroying it. In the name of the very same fascist claim, the Right today sends innocent young boys to prison and torture (Bennett: Do you want the ceiling to cave in on us?) and directs its own sons to obey and destroy their own homes.
Dear friends, wake up. And if you don’t, don’t cry when you get another Gush Katif and Yamit – this time from Netanyahu and Bennett.