Eretz Yisrael Time

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Tuesday, January 29, 2008
It is a pleasure to drive through Judea and Samaria. Besides the stoning and drive-by shootings committed by our Arab enemies, the only other major problem is the lack of a good radio station.

Radio West used to be excellent, but they were Jerusalem only. And personally, I never was able to get into Arutz-7’s choice of music that much.

Even national Israeli radio stations are smothered out by the proliferation of local Arab radio stations grabbing and overwhelming all the used and unused frequencies.

Not that there is anything to listen to on Israeli radio anyway, unless you like listening to the openly-biased, left-wing opinions of their interviewers and broadcasters.

So, due to the law allowing regional radio stations to open, the effort of Shas MK Attias (one of the few doing anything for those outside his constituency) and the application by people from Yesh(a), a permit will be issued for RadioSH (Radio Ye”sh).

Of course, this is subject to the IDF regional commander approving it, and all the upcoming court cases that the Left are planning to try to block it with.

One Leftist said, “"Unlike other radio stations that serve a particular geographic area or a particular segment of Israeli society, this station will have a definite political agenda. The common denominator uniting people in Judea and Samaria is principally political, not cultural, religious or social.”

So sorry that we all happen to disagree with your politics, but amazingly enough, despite your above statement, we also happen to principally disagree with your culture, anti-religious beliefs, and anti-Israel social circles and foreign donors.

And as much as you try to delegitimize us, we represent a “segment of Israeli society”.

Amazing, this Leftist is concerned that if the “extreme Right” (which actually represents the views of half this country) gets a radio station, then the Left should get one too, as if they don’t have a whole bunch already.

I guess it scares them that an opposing message may get out, and people will not be forced to hear the drivel of the Left everywhere in this country anytime they turn the radio on.

(Can you imagine if the people in Sderot heard from a radio interviewer that the army going into Gaza to conquor it wasn't a bad thing, or if Arab terrorists were called terrorists and not activists?)

I’m looking forward to a new driving experience.

Now if only we could get satellite radio in this country, then they could even hear it in Tel Aviv.

1 comments:

natan said...

Even national Israeli radio stations are smothered out by the proliferation of local Arab radio stations grabbing and overwhelming all the used and unused frequencies.

Strange. I had no problem listening to galgalatz and galei zahal while driving from Aqaba to Rabat Ammon.

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