JD: Winkie the fourth election is taking place. It’s not really that good of an election for the opportunity to set up a stable government. This fourth election in two years did not work out as well as everybody was hoping.
WM: No it did not because Mr. Netanyahu his natural coalition and his usual coalition partners are not at the present moment it seems he just cannot come across above the 61 necessary for to set up a government. I would like to try to explain to our listeners here in Israel we have a Parliamentary Democracy and we have a lot of parties running because you only need to pass a threshold which is about 140,000 – 145,000 votes and too many parties think they can make it. I can try to compare it for our listeners who aren’t quite familiar. Think of a high wall and you need a ladder of 120 rungs to get up there but if you get 61 rungs of that ladder you jump all the way to the top immediately. However, those rungs of the ladder are divided among various parties. So they all have to get together and make that ladder get to at least 61 so they can pop up and get the pot of gold at the top of the wall.
JD: Does that mean a fifth election is on the horizon?
WM: First of all Mr. Netanyahu is going to try to pull some other people off their parties or convinced one or two parties that they portrayed themselves as right wing but anti Netanyahu he says well you have a choice. Do you want to go to elections of shift time within two and a half years as the case may be or do you want to support me? What’s the choice? But that’s a very difficult thing Jimmy because these two parties ran on a very anti Netanyahu platform even though they claim to be more right wing than left wing which leaves things very mixed up not only for me but for a lot of the politicians that are taking place in the negotiations as we speak.
JD: Winkie Medad with the details of Israel’s most recent election which fell short of forming a government.
We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.
Israel’s recent election fell short of being able to form a new government with the possibility of going to a fifth election within two and a half years. With an unstable Israeli government Israel’s enemies believe that this may be the time to attack the Jewish state as foretold in Ezekiel 38, Psalm 83, and Daniel 11. These prophecies are close to being fulfilled.