Netanyahu’s Son Says His Father Laughs At ‘Israeli’ Protesters Whom He Calls ‘Aliens’
By Staff, Agencies
Thousands of ‘Israelis’ who have been protesting against Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are “aliens” who make the embattled prime minister laugh, Netanyhau’s son Yair told a local radio station.
During his appearance on Galey ‘Israel’ Radio on Monday, Netanyahu Jr was asked if he and his father had watched clips of the large-scale rallies demanding the PM's resignation.
“I let him see select parts,” Yair responded. “I try and not show him the obscene things, because that would be unpleasant, but you know, he finds it entertaining, gives him a bit of strength even.”
The 29-year-old pointed out that Benjamin Netanyahu was nothing like former ‘Israeli’ prime minister Menachem Begin, who stepped down in 1983 as a result of mass protests. Begin was also the founder of the Likud Party, of which both Netanyahus are members.
The comment elicited an angry reaction from the organizers of the protests, who insist that Netanyahu must abandon the post of prime minister due to his rampant corruption and failures regarding the Zionist entity’s response to Covid-19.
For Netanyahu and his family, “we are not even human – aliens. This is not a prime minister, it’s a criminal suspect for whom the plight of his people is a source of amusement,” they wrote in a statement, adding that they’ll keep flooding the streets until they achieve their goal.
Apparently realizing that he had said a bit too much, Yair took to Twitter to attempt a bit of damage control. He explained that he didn’t mean to dehumanize anybody, but was only talking about those dressing up in costume as extraterrestrial beings for the rallies.
“When I said 'aliens'… I meant those who dress up as aliens and UFOs," he wrote. "Those who come in either obscene costumes or holding up signs with obscenities, those who put a spaghetti pot on their heads or dress as Spider-Man.
“There are too many of these and it's funny,” he pointed out. However, he added that the incitement of violence and “calls for murder” made during the protests were no laughing matter.