New Sharon Government Formed
New Sharon Government Formed
Links: | Ha'aretz
January 10 (Day 10,
Laws of Establishment): The new
Israeli governing coalition of Ariel Sharon was narrowly approved by the
Knesset by 58-56 with 6 abstentions. Then it was sworn in.
The victory was made possible by left wing support after 13 Likud rebels
voted against. Sharon's help came from Yahad with 5 of its 6 members
voting for the new government to provide a safety net for the plan to disengage
from Gaza. The new government of Likud (40 seats), Labor (21 seats),
and United Torah Judaism
(5 seats) will be characterized by Ecumenical Babylon (UTJ), Political
Babylon (Labor), and Cosmic Babylon (Likud). Sharon's victory came
the day after Mahmoud Abbas was elected Palestinian Authority Chairman
to replace Yasser Arafat.
The vote of 58-56 means a Levite (58) and soldiers
dropping like dung in the open field (56). The 13 Likud rebels who
opposed represented the double blessing of Israel (13). The victory
was made possible by 5 members of Yahad, where 5 represents a giant, per
the meaning of the year 2005.
The narrow margin of support for Sharon's government may spell trouble
in the days ahead in passing the new budget.
A weather elephant stretching from Texas to the Great
Lakes represented the adultery of Reuben. President Bush is from
Texas. A weather elephant and horse were over California, which corresponds
to the location of Israel in Asia. Another weather elephant-horse
combination was approaching from east of Hawaii. An elephant represents
a giant, or demon Commander,
such as Baal. A horse represents war and a male phallic reversionist.
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A mudslide covered a four-block area in La Conchita,
California in Ventura County. One person died, several were injured,
and about 20 homes were damaged. The mudslide followed five days
of storms. La Conchita is a town in a strait between a highway and
a mountain. A weather elephant and horse combination was overhead.
California in the US corresponds to the location of Israel in Asia.
La Conchita is at 34 N., for the division of the land, and 119 W., for
the witness of the federal judiciary.
The new government of Ariel Sharon was approved by
a narrow margin when 5 members of Yahad supported. The number, 5,
refers to a giant, per the meaning of the year 2005.
The new governing coalition with 66 seats, for worldliness, consists of
three parties: Likud (40 seats), Labor (21 seats), and United
Torah Judaism (5 seats). It will be characterized by Ecumenical
Babylon (UTJ), Political Babylon (Labor), and Cosmic Babylon (Likud).
It is a government enslaved to the Cosmic System of Satan. Thirteen
Likud rebels voted against the government, where 13 stands for the double
blessing of Israel.
The new government was formed to withdraw from
the Gaza Strip in rejection of the Abrahamic Covenant. The Palestinians
have no claim to the land. They were never a legitimate government
there. The new government completes the trio of Cosmic, Political,
and Ecumenical Babylon of the Palestinians, US, and Israel in which governments
were formed in the past 5 days:
The new Israeli government, elected by a thin margin,
is similar to the California town of La Conchita, which is in a strait
between a highway and a mountain. A mudslide damaged four blocks
of La Conchita today. La Conchita is at 34 N., for the division of
the land, and 119 W., for the witness of the federal judiciary. The
federal judiciary corresponds to the Israeli Knesset approval of the Sharon
government, and the division of the land points to the Middle East peace
process. California was still suffering from storms associated with
the latest weather elephant and horse combination. A huge weather
elephant also stretched from Texas to the Great Lakes. Texas is the
home of President Bush, and the Great Lakes are in the region of Naphtali,
the doe and symbol of peace, which corresponds to the Middle East peace
US Congressional certification of the election of
President Bush (January 6)
Palestinian election of Mahmoud Abbas (January 9)
Israeli Government of Ariel Sharon approved and sworn
in (January 10)