All of Israel's rabbis, military thinkers and decision makers need to watch one scene from the famous, '70's spaghetti
western, "The Good The Bad and The Ugly.
Eli Wallach was in his little mikveh in a hotel out west. The scene hid him quite modestly in a blanket of suds.
Suddenly an an angry man lunges into his room brandishing a gun and starts talking about how he waited every day for
a over a year for this moment to take revenge on him for shooting his arm and crippling him so that he had to train to use
a gun with his remaining good hand.
With the gun waving in the air and at Wallach, he retold this story and went on about his anger until he was ready to
actually take his shot.
Wallach, however, fired his gun through the suds of his bath. As his attacker died, Wallach said the words
of wisdom that raises him to Israel's most enlightened rabbi for this moment in time.
"When you have to shoot; shoot. Don't talk!"
Take a lesson from Rav Eliyahu and wake up already - or we're dead. God does not respect the useless words of fools who
have all the equipment to save themselves, but make excuses for standing idly by their brothers' blood.
Iran is our enemy first. The world has never helped us survive. On the contrary, in the 20th cnetury, the enlightened
nations of the world helped our mortal enemies.
Don't look for help.
Don't ask for help.
Don't wait for help. God will be with you if you are with Him.
Forget about all the straws you want to lean on.
And trust GOD.
This is your only option for survival!!!
When you have to shoot; SHOOT. Don't talk !!!