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Hebrew University - Amiram Goldblum (Dept of Pharmaceutical Sciences) Calls on Israeli Left to Undermine Israeli Democracy and Have its Agenda Forced Upon Israel by Foreign Powers

A few days ago an assembly of all the groups and movements of Israel's radical Left took place in Tel Aviv. Among the key speakers there was Prof. Amiram Goldblum, a founder of "Peace Now," and a faculty member at the Hebrew University in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Goldblum is a radical Leftist with a long track record of political extremism (see this:
and level pages/HebrewU - Amiram Goldblum - Likud leaders.htm)

The assembly and Goldblum's speech there are reported in detail in the May 18, 2012 issue of Makor Rishon [Video of said speech can be found on the 'Peace Now' facebook page or at this link - Isracampus]. There Goldblum is quoted as calling on Israel's Left to stop wasting its time attempting to persuade the general public to embrace its political agenda, evidently because it is clear that the public will never do so. Goldblum said he has no interest in the Israeli electorate and general public and called upon the radical Left to go directly to political groups abroad, outside of Israel, and recruit them as pressure groups to coerce Israel into accepting the agenda of the Israeli Left. In other words, Goldblum is openly contemptuous of democracy and Israeli sovereignty.

Goldblum is cited there as saying, "Israel's future regarding elections and demography has already been predetermined first and foremost, and excuse me for the express, in the bedroom with the settlers and of the ultra-Orthodox living in Israel." He went on to warn that the fact that religious people were having so many children would ultimately result in the Right gaining strength in elections. Since the Left was losing its ability from year to year to get elected, the solution was to have the Left's agenda coerced and imposed upon Israel by non-Israeli foreign political entities. He also denounced the residents of the suburbs of Jerusalem, those living in suburbs that happen to be across the Green Line, as evil "settlers" who should be evicted.


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