Anyhoo, on his way home, the El Al plane he was traveling on was struck by lightning. There was a huge explosion, and passengers on the left side of the plane reported seeing a huge ball of fire. While passengers were screaming and freaking, Peres was cool as a cucumber, reading his newspaper (though I wonder what was happening in his Depends). An employee asked if he was afraid at all, to which the eighty-something Peres said, “What do have I to fear? I’m in the hands of the world’s best pilots.”
Actually Shimon, you're in the hands of the world's only pilot, HaKadosh Borachu, and you failed to get the message apparently. When you attempt to curry favor with a sworn enemy of the Jewish People, you are making a costly mistake. Ignoring the message is costlier.
It was reported that he told the pilots, "“If our fate was to be directly hit by lightning, I’m glad it happened on an El Al plane. There is nothing like Israeli pilots in times of crisis.”
Actually Shimon, there is nothing like HaShem in times of crisis. The fact that you place you place your faith and trust in men, and not in the G-d of Israel, like too many of Israel's so-called leaders, is a huge part of our problem. Just so I'm clear, I take nothing away from Israel's pilots, considered by most to be the finest in the world. No doubt they conducted themselves with grace under pressure, but they don't do it alone.
Now, back to the stooge. In Israel, the president is merely a figurehead position. They have no authority to conduct negotiations, enact legislation, or much of anything else. But this criminal Peres, who pushed the Oslo regime, has Jewish blood on his hands for all that was shed in the wake of Oslo. And why does he commit this crime against his people? Because of fear and lack of faith in the G-d of Israel. He cowers in the face of the arab, and genuflects before him hoping for mercy from the Ishmaelites' genocidal aims.
On this Rabbi Meir Kahane (may G-d avenge his blood!) wrote in Or Hara-ayon:
The Jewish People must prove their trust in G-d by difficult, frightening, and sometimes ostensibly dangerous acts, acts that demand of Israel courage, acts which by their very nature show disdain for the non-Jew, anger him and threaten to bring a confrontation between him and Israel, and all must be performed with complete faith and trust that if Israel do what is decreed upon them, then G-d, too, will fulfill what He promised His treasured nation.Precisely this proves one's true faith and trust, for it is impossible that one who fears mortal man really believes in G-d. Real trust in G-d requires the Jew both to trust in Him and cast off all fear of mortal man and reliance on human aid. For this reason, Jeremiah said, "Thus says the L-rd: Cursed is the man who trusts in man and makes flesh and blood his arm, and whose heart departs from the L-rd...Blessed is he who trusts in the L-rd and whose shelter is the L-rd." (15:7).
Shimon, in His infinite ability to love His treasured people, HaShem has given you the opportunity to learn something. He is calling on you to turn and place your faith and trust in Him. You are more than willing to expose the Jewish neck to the Ishmaelite knife because you put your faith in the IDF. The success of the IDF, and the Nation of Israel lies in placing our trust in HaShem. Now, in your twilight, He calls to you.
Stop aiding, abetting, and currying favor with our sworn enemies. You're not doing us any favors with your ongoing Chilul HaShem. Stand with your people, for our Land, and with your G-d...if you have the courage.