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PostTue Jul 26, 2011 3:36 pm » by Illuminated


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PostTue Jul 26, 2011 3:40 pm » by Mediasorcerer


exactly,
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PostSun Jul 31, 2011 10:31 pm » by Illuminated


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Israel says some economic reform calls spell anarchy

By Dan Williams, Reuters


JERUSALEM, July 31 (Reuters) - Israel's government hit back on Sunday at protests against the rising cost of living, saying some reforms being demanded might lead to economic crises like those besetting parts of Europe and the United States.


The warnings followed weekend marches by some 100,000 demonstrators, the resignation of a top treasury official and questions from leading commentators over Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's ability to ride out a revolt by the middle class.


"We see the talk about the debt crisis in Europe. We are even hearing talk of a possible default in the United States," Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz said. "My supreme duty is to ensure we do not reach this situation in the State of Israel."


He rejected calls for the authorities to curb industry leaders who are often accused of artificially inflating the price of consumer goods through cartels tolerated by Netanyahu.


"We will not part with our principles. We will not create anarchy here," Steinitz told reporters.


"We will attend to (market) concentration but we will not turn the rich and the business people and the investors and the industralists into the enemies of the people, because they are part of a healthy economy."


But hours after his comments Steinitz cancelled a planned five per cent price hike on fuel. Prices will stay at $2.1 per litre for the next month, a statement from his office said.


Steinitz, a stalwart of Netanyahu's rightist Likud party, has been the focus of criticism and was dealt another blow on Sunday when his ministry director-general, Haim Shani, resigned.


Shani, a former CEO of Nice Systems NICE.O, one of Israel's most successful high-tech companies, complained in a statement of "long-running disagreements over significant issues and the overall management manner" in the Finance Ministry.


"The events of recent days magnify the problems," Shani said, referring to the spread of protests that began last month with a Facebook-mobilized price boycott of cottage cheese, after which students pitched tents in Tel Aviv to air rent grievances.


They have been joined by activists of various demographic and political stripes, broadly representing the middle class, which is burdened by high taxes and serves as the backbone of Israel's conscript military and its reservist forces.


Though Netanyahu's broad-based, conservative governing coalition should keep him in office until the next election in 2013, polls show his personal approval rating plummeting.


"The mass demonstrations that swept Israel last night, Mr. Prime Minister, will sweep you away as well," wrote columnist Dan Shilon in the mass-circulation newspaper Maariv.


Shani helped lead a committee set up to look at competition in the economy. Netanyahu ordered the panel on Sunday to accelerate work and deliver conclusions by the end of August.


Addressing his cabinet, the premier voiced sympathy for the protesters but credited government policy with keeping Israel's economic problems in relative check, with GDP growth projected at 5 per cent this year and unemployment at a low 5.7 per cent.


"This allows us to make the necessary repairs," said Netanyahu, who last week announced emergency housing reforms.


"It is incumbent upon us to avoid irresponsible, hasty and populist steps that would be liable to drag the country down to the situation of certain countries in Europe, which reached the point of bankrupcy and mass unemployment."




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PostSun Jul 31, 2011 10:35 pm » by Eliakim


mediasorcerer wrote:exactly,


The difference is the Israeli government are sitting down immediately to get it sorted with the people.

Did the USA or the UK do that?

No.

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PostSun Jul 31, 2011 11:00 pm » by Eliakim


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It was good to read the responses from people that were at the protests and those socialists that stood against them. Even within the socialist community in Israel, there is a divide of ideology.

Israeli's have been very blessed. They do not have a situation where every 2 jobs out of three are taken by immigrants like the UK. Why is that? Jewish business people have invested in the business of Israel, providing jobs for the people.

People are complaining that they cannot afford to live in the trendy cities. However, in the UK 40 year olds are finding themselves in the position that they cannot afford their purchased homes or rented ones. Many have moved home with parents.

Many of the people that are protesting come from well off families.

When I was in Israel, some of the children of that grew up on the Kibbutz were pressuring their elderly parents to sell so that they could have the money to buy.

The Kibbutz was the original social housing where people lived in community together. The true way of growing ecologically and self-sustainably.

The more prosperous Israel and its people have become, the higher the aspirations of the young. The same can be said for Europe. Although we never had the benefit of eco-communities to begin with. One or two yes, not like they had in Israel from the beginning. That is how Israel was built originally. The people working together in unity, hard work that young Israeli's have not had to do. They have reaped the benefit of previous generations.

However, in the West it is opposite outcome.

Apparently, the tent cities in Israel are largely due to the Jewish people that had to leave Gaza. Maybe Proto can give more info on that.

My view is that the socialist, communists, academics, atheists, require a word of caution of where the pied pipers are leading the nation. The UK was a social experiment that as had a detrimental impact on its people in the long run.

In fact, what is happening is Israel is a biblical prophecy see Micah 2.

However, I do agree it is global.
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PostSun Jul 31, 2011 11:27 pm » by Woven


this isn't going to work we are walking a road we've walked before. reform of the system is not enough, its foundations are corrupt. we need a system which everyone can understand, something the current system is designed to negate and why we will fall if we rise at this moment. but what happens happens thanks for sharing.

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PostSun Jul 31, 2011 11:58 pm » by Eliakim


woven wrote:this isn't going to work we are walking a road we've walked before. reform of the system is not enough, its foundations are corrupt. we need a system which everyone can understand, something the current system is designed to negate and why we will fall if we rise at this moment. but what happens happens thanks for sharing.


I agree. However, education breeds desire, that is why the bible warned about not eating from the Tree of Knowledge. As you can see in Israel, people are not content. The analogy of the carrot, is the same for Israel as it was the American Dream with the USA. While people are chasing the carrot and dream they are not finding the contentment within themselves.

I agree with social justice. However, Israeli's are better off than most. I have no sympathy for people that live in big houses and cannot afford to feed themselves. I have no sympathy for people that complain that they cannot afford to give their five children what they consider to be their right.

If you can't afford five children then don't have them.

I have no sympathy for a nation that pays men to read the torah most of the day.

I have no sympathy for a nation that allows the Haredi, to inhibit people from being free on what they call their holy day.

I have no sympathy for the protestors that have very wealthy families.

I have no sympathy for Israel when there are children starving in the world.

Israel as been blessed and it is time that they taught their people to count their blessings.

It is time for humility Israel, time to be humble.

However, that does not mean that I agree with any taxes on land, energy, or profit on food.

This is the sober decade and a reality check for everyone.

Did Australians complain when they could not afford to live in Sydney anymore?

Did the English complain when they could not afford to live in London anymore?

I saw no sign of it.

The people moved where their lives could be more comfortable. That was the start of new towns and cities.

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PostThu Aug 04, 2011 5:36 am » by Illuminated


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PostThu Aug 04, 2011 5:38 am » by Illuminated


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